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Breeders’ Premiums

A highly acclaimed system designed to help our Breeders: more than €30 million distributed per year! The French Racing Industry is committed to sustainable development of its breeders. The breeders’ premium system varies whether the horse races on the flat or over jumps. However, in both cases a minimum of 10% of premiums is distributed to breeders of French-bred or assimilated Frenc-bred horses. These premiums are calculated on the basis of prize-money plus the owners’ premium.

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JUMP

FOR JUMP RACES – IN FRANCE

15% of the prize-money. Apply to horses that are less than 10yos except in Group 1, 2 ,3 and Listed below:
L. Prix Gaston de Bataille Grand Cross-Country de Pau,
L. Prix Anjou-Loire Challenge,
L. Prix Louis de Guébriant – Grand Cross-Country de Craon.

 

FOR JUMP RACES – OVERSEAS RACES

10% This only apllies to horses which are less than 10yos, born & raised in France or assimilated,
with an annual limit of €20,000 per horse (providing the purse is a minimum of €14,000).
No age restriction in Group races.

FLAT

For Horses born before 2014:

14% in open races, where owners’ premiums apply, for horses by a stallion based in France.

19% in races restricted to French-bred horses by a stallion based in France.

21% for French-bred AQPS, Arab and Anglo-Arab horses by a stallion based in France.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Horses born from 2014 onwards:

FOR FLAT RACES – IN FRANCE

15% in open races, where owners’ premiums apply, for horses by a stallion based in France (otherwise 10%).

19% in races restricted to French bred horses by a stallion based in France (otherwise 14%).

21% for French bred AQPS, Arab and Anglo-Arab horses by a stallion based in France (otherwise 16%).

 

FOR FLAT RACES – OVERSEAS RACES

15% This only applies to winners of Group races (part 1 International Cataloguing Standards & Groups reserved to Purebred Arabians), with an annual limit of €15,000 per horse providing that the horse is by a stallion based in France (otherwise 10%).