Potential Bonuses of £250,000 for Craven Breeze-up Graduates

Champion juvenile Native Trail is a previous bonus winner | Racingfotos

Tattersalls has renewed its £250,000 Craven Breeze-up Sale Bonus for 2024. 

The scheme pays £100,000 to the owner and £25,000 to the vendor of any Craven graduate to win one of the six two-year-old races at Royal Ascot. Should that horse go on to win any of the 15 Group 1 races for juveniles this season in Britain, Ireland or France, a further £100,000 and £25,000 will be paid out to the owner and vendor. 

Godolphin's champion two-year-old Native Trail (GB) (Oasis Dream {GB}) and KHK Racing's Vandeek (GB) (Havana Grey {GB}), consigned respectively by Oak Tree Farm and Glending Stables, are both previous bonus winners. 

“The £250,000 Tattersalls Craven Royal Ascot/Group 1 Bonus reinforces our commitment to rewarding owners with multiple bonuses in addition to our ever popular £25,000 Tattersalls October Book 1 Bonus, which has seen more than £8 million in bonus prize-money paid to owners since the scheme's inception,” said Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony.

“That the Craven Group 1 Bonus has been won twice in three years is testament to the outstanding quality on offer year after year at the Craven Breeze-up Sale which once again in 2023 produced more Group and Listed winners than any other European breeze-up sale.”

The Craven Breeze-up Sale starts the two-year-old sales season in Europe and takes place on April 16 and 17, with the horses set to breeze on the Rowley Mile at Newmarket on Monday, April 15.


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