|Grandsire||Seeking The Gold|
|Foaled||7 February 2002|
|Trainer||Saeed bin Suroor|
| Superlative Stakes (2004) |
National Stakes (2004)
Irish 2,000 Guineas (2005)
Prix Jacques Le Marois (2005)
Dubawi (foaled 2002) is a retired Thoroughbred racehorse and active sire.
Dubawi is a bay horse with no white markings bred in Ireland by Sheikh Mohammed's Darley Stud. He was one of the only crop of foals sired by Dubai Millennium, an outstanding racehorse who died of grass sickness in 2001.His dam, Zomaradah was a top class racemare who won the Oaks d'Italia, E. P. Taylor Stakes, Premio Lydia Tesio and the Royal Whip Stakes. As a descendant of the broodmare Sunbittern, Zomaradah, who also produced the Lancashire Oaks winner Emirates Queen, was closely related to In the Wings, High-Rise and Virginia Waters. The colt raced in the blue colours of Godolphin and was trained by Saeed bin Suroor. He was ridden in all but one of his races by Frankie Dettori.
Dubawi was undefeated as a two-year-old in 2004. He won a maiden race at Goodwood Racecourse in June, the Group Three Superlative Stakes at Newmarket in July and the Group One National Stakes at the Curragh in September.
In the following year he started favourite for the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket but finished fifth behind Footstepsinthesand. He defeated Oratorio in the Irish 2000 Guineasand then moved up in distance to finish third to Motivator in The Derby. He returned to one mile to win the Prix Jacques Le Marois at Deauville Racecourse in August and ended his career by finishing second to Starcraft in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot a month later.
Dubawi stands as a breeding stallion at his owner's Dalham Hall Stud at a fee of £250,000 (in 2018).
c = colt, f = filly, g = gelding
|2007||Dubawi Heights||f||Gamely Stakes, Yellow Ribbon Stakes|
|2007||Happy Archer||f||Garden Province Stakes, The Durban Thekwini Stakes|
|2007||Lucky Nine||g||Hong Kong Sprint, KrisFlyer International Sprint (twice)|
|2007||Makfi||c||2000 Guineas Stakes, Prix Jacques Le Marois|
|2007||Monterosso||c||Dubai World Cup|
|2007||Poet's Voice||c||Queen Elizabeth II Stakes|
|2007||Prince Bishop||c||Al Maktoum Challenge, Round 3, Dubai World Cup|
|2007||Secret Admirer||f||Flight Stakes, Epsom Handicap|
|2007||Tiger Tees||c||The Galaxy|
|2008||Al Kazeem||c||Tattersalls Gold Cup (twice), Prince of Wales's Stakes, Eclipse Stakes|
|2008||Hunter's Light||c||Premio Roma, Al Maktoum Challenge, Round 3, Jebel Hatta|
|2008||Red Dubawi||c||Premio Vittorio di Capua|
|2009||Akeed Mofeed||c||Hong Kong Cup|
|2009||Shamal Wind||f||Oakleigh Plate|
|2009||Sheikhzayedroad||g||Northern Dancer Turf Stakes|
|2010||Srikandi||f||Stradbroke Handicap, Tattersall's Tiara|
|2010||Willow Magic||c||The South African Nursery|
|2011||Night of Thunder||c||2000 Guineas Stakes, Lockinge Stakes|
|2011||Postponed||c||King George VI & Q. Elizabeth Stakes, Dubai Sheema Classic, International Stakes|
|2012||Almanaar||c||Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap|
|2012||Arabian Queen||f||International Stakes|
|2012||Erupt||c||Grand Prix de Paris|
|2012||Journey||f||British Champions Fillies' and Mares' Stakes|
|2012||Mubtaahij||c||Awesome Again Stakes|
|2012||New Bay||c||Prix du Jockey Club|
|2012||North America||g||Al Maktoum Challenge, Round 3|
|2013||Left Hand||f||Prix Vermeille|
|2013||Nezwaah||f||Pretty Polly Stakes|
|2013||Zarak||c||Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud|
|2014||Benbatl||c||Dubai Turf, Bayerisches Zuchtrennen, Ladbrokes Stakes|
|2014||Coronet||f||Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, Prix Jean Romanet|
|2014||Wuheida||f||Prix Marcel Boussac, Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf|
|2015||Ghaiyyath||c||Grosser Preis von Baden, Coronation Cup, Eclipse Stakes, International Stakes|
|2015||Old Persian||c||Dubai Sheema Classic, Northern Dancer Turf Stakes|
|2015||The Revenant||g||Queen Elizabeth II Stakes|
|2015||Wild Illusion||f||Prix Marcel Boussac, Nassau Stakes, Prix de l'Opéra|
|2016||Quorto||c||Vincent O'Brien National Stakes|
|2016||Too Darn Hot||c||Dewhurst Stakes, Prix Jean Prat, Sussex Stakes|
|2016||Lord North||g||Prince of Wales's Stakes|
|2016||Space Blues||c||Prix Maurice de Gheest|
Dubawi sired Dodging Bullets, a top class 2 mile chaser who won the Grade I Tingle Creek Chase, Grade I Clarence House Chase and the Grade I Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, winning all three Grade Ones in the 2014–2015 Great Britain National Hunt Season. Dodging Bullets was bred by acclaimed flat jockey Frankie Dettori, having originally been bred as an Epsom Derby prospect. Dubawi's first Grade I success in the National Hunt sphere came when Hisaabaat won the Champion Four Year Old Hurdle at the 2012 Punchestown Festival.
Dubai Millennium (GB)
| Seeking the Gold (USA)|
|Mr. Prospector||Raise a Native|
|Colorado Dancer (IRE)|
|Shareef Dancer||Northern Dancer|
|Shirley Heights||Mill Reef|
|Where You Lead|
|High Tern||High Line|
|Sunbittern (Family 9-e)|
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