Henry Cecil

Author: Jana Nemeckova, published: 7th October 2017, updated: 11th January 2018

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Background

Henry Richard Amherst Cecil was born on 11th January 1943, as the older of twin brothers. His father, Lt. Hon. Henry Kerr Auchmuty Cecil, was a member of Parachute Regiment, and was killed in action just a few weeks before Henry's birth. His mother, Rohays Cecil, later married Captain Cecil Boyd-Rochfort, a British champion flat trainer.

Henry Cecil completed his education at Royal Agricultural College in Cirencester, and from 1964 to 1968 he worked as an assistant at his stepfather's stables, Freemason Lodge. He obtained his own trainer license in 1969; in 1976, after the retirement of the legendary trainer Sir Noel Murless, his wife's father, he took over his stables in Warren Place in Newmarket. During the next fifty years he gained the well-deserved reputation of one of the best thoroughbred trainers, as he conditioned giants of the turf like Kris, Indian Skimmer, Slip Anchor, or Reference Point, as well as many other classic horses. Despite the very hard period in early 2000s, when he lost some of his long-time owners due to their deaths, breaking his long-term relationship with Sheikh Mohammed, being left with a poor quarter of horses in his stables, he managed to return to fame, and at the end of his career, he was rewarded with the great Frankel.

Henry Cecil died of cancer on 11th June 2013, in the hospital in Cambridge. His training career spanned for 44 years, and he trained 25 classic winners, four winners of the Epsom Derby and 75 winners at Royal Ascot.

Early years

The very first horse, who gave Henry Cecil G1 success, was Wolver Hollow, who won the Eclipse Stakes G1 in July 1969 - just two months after the first victory ever for the young trainer. It was not that much of a surprise, as Wolver Hollow won the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot a month earlier for Noel Murless; in the Eclipse Stakes, he defeated top filly Park Top, the winner of that year's edition of the King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Another great success came in October, when the chestnut colt Approval defeated highly regarded Great Heron in the Observer Gold Cup, and was rated only two pounds below Nijinsky on England's Free Handicap. However, unlike Nijinsky, who went on for glory of the real legend, Approval was able to win only the Dante Stakes in the following season.

There was a little calming down during the next season, as the biggest victory was acquired by the ultra-stayer Parthenon in the 2 1/2 miles long Goodwood Cup, giving Henry Cecil his first success at Royal Ascot. Parthenon won the Queen Alexandra Stakes at same distance that year, and ran third in the three miles long Prix Gladiateur. The 1971 season wasn't any more successful, but it brought Henry Cecil his first classic success, although not a victory yet, when the dark bay colt Falkland finished third in the St. Leger behind Athens Wood. Falkland went on to win the Princess of Wales's Stakes G2 and the Queen's Vase over two miles next season; he lost the Prix Kergorlay G2 only to Homeric, by whom he was defeated for second in the St. Leger. In the same season, Cecil had another fine stayer in the grey colt Irvine, who gave him another Royal Ascot glory with the third place finish in the Gold Cup; later that season, Irvine won the two mile Jockey Club Cup G3, on the way to victory in the future G1 race Premio Roma in Italy. And it was not the only G1 glory in autumn, as the juvenile filly Caspian finished second in the Cheveley Park Stakes to the future Guineas-placed filly Jacinth.

In 1973, Cecil finally got his first official classic winner, when Irish-bred Cloonagh won the Irish 1000 Guineas. Cloonagh was an unlucky filly, producing only one foal before her death at the age of 5. Veteran Irvine was able to bring home the third money from the Premio Roma, but more importantly, Relay Race, a grandson of the Italian champion and the Appiani's dam Angela Rucellai, showed some talent that season, finishing second in the Dante Stakes. He blossomed as a four-year-old in 1974, winning the Hardwicke Stakes G2 and the Jockey Club Stakes G3 over 12 furlongs, defeating both the Coronation Cup winner and the Irish Derby third Buoy, and the St. Leger winner Peleid. Moreover, Relay Race somewhat closed what could be one chapter of Henry Cecil's life and career. From now on, there was no season of only one big horse anymore.

1975: Bolkonski and Wollow

The powerful chestnut colt Bolkonski was bred in Ireland, and originally bought for 7,000 Guineas to Italy. Trained by Sergio Cumani, he won one of the top races for juveniles, the Premio Tevere, by eight lengths, and at the end of the season, he was transferred to England to Henry Cecil's barn. In his debut for the new trainer, he ran second in the Craven Stakes behind No Alimony, beaten by four lengths; after that, he went to the post of the Two Thousand Guineas at odds of 33/1. Ridden by Gianfranco Dettori, Bolkonski surprised everyone with his long finish battle with the favoured Grundy, and in the end he prevailed by half a length. While Grundy went on to score in the Epsom Derby and the King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, Bolkonski was sent to compete at one mile in the St. James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot. This time heavily backed at 4/5, he won over G1 placed Royal Manacle, and in July, again as 1/2 favourite, he won the Sussex Stakes against older horses in three-horse photo finish after leading three furlongs from home. Bolkonski lost his form shortly afterwards, running only fourth in the Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes at Ascot, and as he continued to perform poorly in gallops, he never raced again and was retired at the end of the season.

Bolkonski wasn't much success at stud, but another Cecil runner of the season was: the bay filly Roussalka, who won a pair of G2 races, the Nassau Stakes and the Coronation Stakes, both G1 nowadays. In the Crystal Mile she was defeated only by Gay Fandango and Rose Bowl, a three-year-old champion filly, who was defeated by Bolkonski in the Sussex Stakes. More importantly, Roussalka produced G1 placed sprinter filly Gayane, and was the third dam of the classic winner Ameerat and a globetrotting gelding Collier Hill, who was a G1 winner in three different countries and G1 placed in two more, including the Irish St. Leger and the Hong Kong Vase. As for the rest of the barn, the seven-year-old warrior Irvine had another fine performance, running third in the German Hansa-Preis G2 behind the Swedish G1 winner Djarvis; and moreover, there was a pair of juveniles.

Take Your Place was a full brother to the American filly Drumtop, who, under the care of Roger Laurin, had no troubles beating boys like Fort Marcy or Cougar, and history knows her as the mother of the great broodmare sire Topsider. Take Your Place was seven years younger, and for Cecil, he won the Observer Gold Cup 1975, although his path was very similar to the Approval's: he only placed in the Sandown Classic Trial the following spring, which was all. But - that was not the case of his stablemate Wollow, the son of Wolver Hollow. Quite curiously, he was bought for 7,000 Guineas just like Bolkonksi, and by the same owner, an Italian lawyer Carlo d'Alessio - but this time, he was sent to Henry Cecil directly. After winning his debut in Newmarket and the Fitzroy House Stakes, Wollow was sent to compete in the Champagne Stakes, which he won over Solitary Hail; he concluded the season with a victory in the Dewhurst Stakes over the Irish colt Malinowski, while the Middle Park Stakes winner Hittite Glory finished unplaced. At the end of the season, Wollow was assigned 133 pounds on the Free Handicap, five pounds more than any other juvenile in the country; by the way, Bolkonski got Timeform 134, which was the sweet end of the season for the stables.

1976: classic glories

Of course that the leitmotif of the season was Wollow. In the spring, he won the Craven Stakes comfortably, and as a 1/1 favourite, he had no troubles winning the Two Thousand Guineas by length and a half over Vitiges, leading two furlongs from home. Wollow went unbeaten into the Derby, at odds of 11/10, but finished fifth behind Empery. Cut in distance for the Eclipse Stakes one month later, Wollow finished second to Trepan, but was awarded the victory after Trepan was tested positive for theobromine. Brought back to one mile, he won the Sussex Stakes over Free State, and added an impressive victory in the fifth edition of the Benson And Hedges Gold Cup over the St. Leger winner and the Arc second Crow. In his final appearance, Wollow finished unplaced in the Champion Stakes in October. Just like Bolkonski, Wollow left several G1 runners among his ancestors, but had no big influence on breeding.

Aside of Wollow, Cecil had four-year-old Roussalka, who added another edition of the Nassau Stakes G2 to her score; quite oddly, her big rival was a bay filly Sauceboat, trained by no-one else than Noel Murless - in the season when Cecil would eventually take over the Noel Murless's stables. Another talented filly in the stables was Catalpa, whose dam was related to both Cecil's Falkland and the Coronation Cup winner Oncidium. Catalpa won the Ribblesdale Stakes G2 over the Epsom Oaks second Roses for the Star; in another good appearance, she was beaten in the Lancashire Oaks by Centrocon, the future dam of Time Charter. Catalpa herself made her mark at the breeding shed, being the granddam of the Yorkshire Oaks G1 winner Catchascatchcan.

But this part is called 'classic glories', and we haven't mentioned them yet. Well, the first one was Lucky Wednesday, who ran third in the Irish 2000 Guineas behind Northern Treasure - a colt who went on to run second in the Irish Derby, and third in the Champion Stakes behind Vitiges, defeating Wollow. General Ironside was much more useful horse - at least for that season - finishing third in both the 1 1/2 miles long Gordon Stakes G3 and the Great Voltigeur Stakes G2; he won the G3 Queen's Vase over 2 miles in June, and added the second place finish to Meneval in the Irish St. Leger.

Lucky Wednesday's time was yet to come, as he was Cecil's only major earner in 1977, having a great spring form: in April, he won the G3 Westbury Stakes over the future Lockinge Stakes and Benson And Hedges Gold Cup winner Relkino. In the Prince of Wales' Stakes in June, Lucky Wednesday defeated Rymer and Radetzky, the latter being G1 placed from the previous season, finishing second in both the Eclipse Stakes to Wollow, and the Prix Jacques le Marois to Gravelines. And finally, Lucky Wednesday got beaten in the Eclipse Stakes, but only by the French Derby second Artaius, who won in the race record time, no less; the third behind Lucky Wednesday was the Prix Ganay G1 winner Arctic Tern. It happened to be virtually the end of great results for 1977, but there was much more to come in the next season.

1978: Gunner B and stayers' affairs

By 1977, a strong chestnut colt named Gunner B was already a proven G3 horse, compliments of Geoff Toft. In 1976, he dead-heated for the second with Radetzky in the Dee Stakes G3, and ran second in the Dante Stakes G2; one year later, he won the Diomed Stakes G3 over Duke Ellington, a former second from the Middle Park Stakes. Also, he lost the Westbury Stakes to Lucky Wednesday and Relkino, and the Ormonde Stakes G3 to Oats, third in the Epsom Derby the previous year. But in 1978, under the care of Henry Cecil, he blossomed into the best older horse over 10 furlongs in the country. He won his first two appearances, the Earl of Sefton Stakes G3 and the Brigadier Gerard Stakes G3 in Sandown - in the latter, he broke Artaius' course record established in the Eclipse Stakes a year earlier. The Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot was another easy victory at odds of 4/5, but the first time he met some real competition was in the Eclipse Stakes G1, with New Zealand crack Balmerino, the French juvenile champion Super Concorde, and Radetzky in the field. After a battle with Radetzky and holding off the late challenge of Balmerino, Gunner B won by three-quarters of a length. In the Benson and Hedges Gold Cup, the Epsom Derby runner-up and the Irish Derby third Hawaiian Sound was just too good for Gunner B, winning by one and a half-length; Gunner B still defeated Balmerino, future St. Leger winner Julio Mariner, the Lockinge Stakes winner Don and the Irish 1000 Guineas winner More So. After a small stakes victory, Gunner B was primed for the Champion Stakes, where he was beaten by three lengths by classy filly Swiss Maid and Hawaiian Sound. At the end of the season, Gunner B was rated 126 pounds, 12 below Alleged, who just won his second Arc.

A great irony is that Henry Cecil ended up having a better rated older horse in his stables at the end of the season. It was veteran stayer Buckskin, who, under the care of Angel Penna, got defeated by Sagaro in his third Ascot Gold Cup victory; aside from that, he defeated Sagaro three times in the 1977 season, in the Prix de Barbeville G3, the Prix Jean Prat G2 and finally in the 2 1/2 miles long Prix du Cadran G1. For 1978, Buckskin was brought to England to be trained by Peter Walwyn. He won another Prix du Cadran appearance but finished fourth in the Ascot Gold Cup, and his rider Pat Eddery was widely criticized by Buckskin's owner Daniel Wildenstein. Walwyn reportedly defended the jockey, and Buckskin was sent to Henry Cecil's yard soon after. Buckskin had very sore feet, and he raced with heavily bandaged forelegs for the rest of the season; however, he was able to win the Jockey Club Cup G3 and the Doncaster Cup G3, both times defeating his old rival and the Ascot Gold Cup winner Shangamuzo. However, it was pretty obvious that it was none of these performances which brought Buckskin the reputation of Timeform's best stayer, and fifth best horse in Europe according to International Classification overall.

And as if it wasn't enough, Le Moss appeared. Bred in Ireland by Joe McGrath's company, Le Moss was full brother to the Prix de Diane winner Sweet Mimosa, and more importantly, to the excellent stayer Levmoss, who won both the Ascot Gold Cup and the Prix du Cadran in 1969, only to close the year with a victory in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. Having such a strong family connections, no-one could seriously expect Le Moss to be a precocious horse, and so he wasn't, finishing unplaced in his two-year-old debut. But he made a strong impression in his three-year-old blow, and after winning the Queen's Vase over two miles in June at Royal Ascot, he had to be taken as a serious candidate for top stayer honors. He justified it in August, winning over future proven stayer and the U.S. G1 winner Obraztsovy, and despite being beaten in the St. Leger by 1 1/2 lengths by outsider Julio Mariner, it was pretty clear that this horse is the one to follow for the next season.

However, Buckskin wasn't the only horse that Henry Cecil "inherited" that season. Another one was Ovac, a subtle bay horse bred in Italy, where he won several top races, including the Premio Chiusura at two, and the Italian 2000 Guineas at three. He was only a local G3 winner at four, and at the age of five, he was transferred to Henry Cecil. Aside from winning the Diomed Stakes G3, he got a couple of nice G2 efforts behind the St. James's Palace Stakes winner Don in the Lockinge Stakes, and the Sussex Stakes second and the Eclipse Stakes third Radetzky in the Queen Anne Stakes. Not a bad achievement at all.

And as for the younger horses, Henry Cecil had no less than four good juveniles this season - Main Reef won the July Stakes and ran second in the Mill Reef Stakes G2 later in the season. A royally-bred R B Chesne, a son of Brigadier Gerard out of a full sister to Vaguely Noble, won the Champagne Stakes G2 over More Light, who went on to finish second in the Dewhurst Stakes to Tromos. But it was a bay colt named Lyphard's Wish, who ran third in both the Futurity Stakes G1 and the Royal Lodge Stakes G2 behind Ela-Mana-Mou and Troy, who was going to be the best of them the next season - with one slight exception.

1979: One of the grand years

Hard to give it another name. For the start, Henry Cecil had two stayers' stars in Le Moss and veteran Buckskin, and they did their best to make this season great. Buckskin continued to have troubles with his legs and never was allowed to go full speed at gallops. It was decided that the Ascot Gold Cup would be his very last race, no matter what happens, and that he'll have only one race as a preparation. It was the Henry II. Stakes over a soft ground in May, and Buckskin with Joe Mercer won it by fifteen lengths. Although still doubted for his Ascot appearance, he received a go and was installed a favourite, as well as in the two previous years. Le Moss started the new season with a victory over only two rivals in the Lymn Stakes and went straight to the Ascot to meet Buckskin in the Gold Cup. Henry Cecil's stable jockey Joe Mercer opted to ride Buckskin, but the horse was never comfortable on the firm ground, and despite leading a half-mile from home and sustaining Le Moss's attack until the final furlong, he was eased in the final yards by Mercer and finished second, beaten by 7 lengths. It's worth saying that his performance was so exceptional that Timeform ranked him on the same level as Le Moss at the end of the year, while the International Classification got him only two pounds below. As for Le Moss, he went on to win both the Goodwood Cup G2 over 21 furlongs and the Doncaster Cup G3 over 18 furlongs, winning the unofficial stayers' Triple Crown... and as for Henry Cecil, it is said that despite saddling the first two in such a prestigious race, he felt very bad about Buckskin's loss in the Gold Cup.

But this season wasn't only about big boys. Actually, the very first star of the season was a small Irish-bred filly by the name of One in a Million, who was very impressive in her juvenile season, winning both her appearances in small stakes races. She wintered well, and in her debut, she was set to meet the Cheveley Park Stakes winner Devon Ditty in the Nell Gwynn Stakes. Starting at the odds of 8/13, she won comfortably by five lengths. Installed the even-money favourite for the One Thousand Guineas, she once again accelerated with three furlongs to go and won safely despite tiring a bit in the closing yards. Because of concerns that she might not stay the Oaks distance, she was withdrawn from the second classic race and sent for the Coronation Stakes over one mile instead. She took the lead again, but surprisingly, she was overtaken in the final furlong by the outsider Buz Kashi; she was awarded the victory though after stewards' inquiry as Buz Kashi caused interference with Lightning Record two furlongs from home. One in a Million was then surprisingly set for the six furlongs long July Cup, but she never looked well in the race and was eased in the final stages, finishing unplaced. It was her last public appearance. At the end of the season, she was assigned 125 pounds in Timeform rating, well below the top rated Three Troikas, who won both the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches and the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. As for One in a Million, she kind of lived up to her name at stud, being the dam of the double G1 winner and classic-placed Milligram, the granddam of a G1 winner and the champion older mare One So Wonderful and also the fourth dam of recent double G1 winner Speedy Boarding, among other successful horses.

Quite an unexpected substitution for One in a Million was found in a chestnut filly Connaught Bridge. Sold for only 2,500 guineas as a yearling, she won two of her five starts as a two-year-old; in the next season, she made her debut in July, finishing third at York over one mile. She stepped up in class for the Nassau Stakes G2 and won over her stablemate Odeon and the Prix Exbury G3 winner Tempus Fugit. Another step up was the Yorkshire Oaks G1, where she met the double Irish classic winner Godetia, the Lancashire Oaks winner Reprocolor and the Epsom Oaks third Brittania's Rule; still, she won decisively by three lengths over the Ribblesdale Stakes runner-up Senorita Poquito and Reprocolor. In her final outing, she was cut in both distance and class, running in the Twickenham Stakes against the Epsom Oaks second Bonnie Isle and Rimosa's Pet. She won again by three lengths, and retired by the end of the year as the highest rated British-trained filly, together with One in a Million. Connaught Bridge was also successful at stud, as the granddam of the Middle Park Stakes G1 winner Primo Valentino, among others. As for Odeon, she was the useful filly, who placed in six graded races but never achieved any big success. She also proved successful at stud - she's the granddam of the Epsom Oaks winner Lady Carla. Quite a year for one barn.

As for the classic glories, another new name emerged in Cecil's barn for this season. A chestnut colt named Kris was unbeaten in his four starts as a two-year-old, but won only the Horris Hill Stakes, in comparison to Cecil's graded youngsters. But he entered the new season in a great form, winning the Greenham Stakes G3 by three lengths over proven G1-placed colt Young Generation - a performance that quickly established him the favourite for the Two Thousand Guineas. However, he was beaten by half a length by 20/1 outsider Tap on Wood, a former winner of the National Stakes G2 and the very same colt, who finished sixth behind Kris in the Horris Hill Stakes the previous season. Prior to the Guineas, Tap on Wood won the Timeform Racecard Stakes by half a length over Abbeydale - the same filly who ran second to One in a Million in the Guineas. However, his further career was marred by a viral infection - the first symptoms were visible shortly after his dull 12th-place finish in the Derby, and it took three months before the colt appeared again, in the Kiveton Park Stakes in Doncaster. Starting as 11/4 favourite, he defeated Cecil's R B Chesne convincingly, but the planned meet-up with Kris in the Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes never happened due to the new outburst of infection. Tap on Wood never raced again, leaving the milers' field solely for Kris.

Kris was sent out to get more experience before Royal Ascot, and won the Heron Stakes at Kempton easily; in the St. James's Palace Stakes, he was set to meet Young Generation again. He not only lost the second place in the Guineas only by a head, but since that, he won both the Prix Jean Prat over a G1 winner Pitasia and the Lockinge Stakes over Skyliner and Formidable. But it was Kris's big day, as he led most of the way and won by one and a half-length over Young Generation. Trying different tactics for the Crystal Mile three weeks later, Mercer waited till the final furlong, and Kris won by three-quarters of a length. Installed the 8/11 favourite for the Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes, Kris with Mercer drew away in the last quarter to win by five lengths. And cut to seven furlongs in his final seasonal appearance, the Challenge Stakes G3, he won comfortably by 2 1/2 lengths over Absalom. In the International Classification, he was rated even with the great French miler Irish River, who ruled at home in similar fashion, but behind the quartet of Three Troikas, Troy, Le Marmot, and Top Ville. On the other hand, Timeform had him with rating 135 as the best miler of the season.

Lyphard's Wish, who performed much better as a two-year-old, was able to go further than Kris. He won the Craven Stakes in the spring and also the Dante Stakes G2, but finished unplaced in the Tap on Wood's Guineas; he ran second to superb Irish River in the Prix du Moulin de Longchamp, and third to the double Derby Stakes winner Troy in the Benson And Hedges Gold Cup after sharing the lead with a second-place finisher Crimson Beau for the most of the race. Unlike Kris, who stayed with Henry Cecil, Lyphard's Wish was sent to the United States for the next season, recording some good efforts and finally gaining his G1 glory in the United Nations Handicap.

As for young hopefuls, Marathon Gold, a son of a great stayer and a G1 winner Attica Meli, finished nicely second in the Champagne Stakes G2, behind future proven miler Final Straw. Another one was a Florida-bred member of the Mr. Prospector's second crop, a chestnut colt Hello Gorgeous, who was bought privately by Daniel Wildenstein. In his first career starts, he defeated future Guineas-placed filly Millingdale Lillie and was defeated by the Oaks runner-up Vielle. After stepping-up in the class, he won the Royal Lodge Stakes G2 with impressive late acceleration and he also added the Futurity Stakes G1 over French G1 winner Choucri. At the end of the season, Hello Gorgeous was rated only three pounds below the top-rated Dragon in the International Classification.

To be continued...

List of Henry Cecil's famous horses

Season NameInfoBornPedigreeMajor achievement
1969Approvalch.c.1967Alcide - Success, Arctic Prince1. Observer Gold Cup
Wolver Hollowb.c.1964Sovereign Path - Cygnet, Caracalla1. Eclipse Stakes
1970Parthenonbr.c.1966Acropolis - Mural, Owen Tudor1. Goodwood Cup G2
1971Falklandbl./br.c.1968Right Royal - Argentina, Nearco3. St. Leger Stakes G1
1972Caspianch.f.1970Bold Bidder - Crimea, Princequillo2. Cheveley Park Stakes G1
Falklandbl./br.c.1968Right Royal - Argentina, Nearco1. Princess of Wales's Stakes G2; 3. Prix Kergorlay G2
Irvinegr.c.1968Sea Hawk - Etoile de France, Arctic Star3. Ascot Gold Cup G1
1973Cloonaghbr.f.1970High Hat - Zoom, Zucchero1. Irish 1000 Guineas G1
Relay Racebr.c.1970Relko - Antoinetta Corsini, Herbager2. Dante Stakes G2
1974Relay Racebr.c.1970Relko - Antoinetta Corsini, Herbager1. Hardwicke Stakes G2
1975Bolkonskich.c.1972Balidar - Perennial, Dante1. Two Thousand Guineas G1, Sussex Stakes G1, St. James's Palace Stakes G2
Irvinegr.c.1968Sea Hawk - Etoile de France, Arctic Star3. Hansa Preis G2
Roussalkab.f.1972Habitat - Oh So Fair, Graustark1. Nassau Stakes G2, Coronation Stakes G2; 3. Crystal Mile G2
Take Your Placeb.c.1973Round Table - Zonah, Nasrullah1. Observer Gold Cup G1
Wollowb.c.1973Wolver Hollow - Wichuraiana, Worden1. Dewhurst Stakes G1, Champagne Stakes G2
1976Roussalkab.f.1972Habitat - Oh So Fair, Graustark1. Nassau Stakes G2
Wollowb.c.1973Wolver Hollow - Wichuraiana, Worden1. Two Thousand Guineas G1, Sussex Stakes G1, Eclipse Stakes G1, Benson And Hedges Gold Cup G1
Catalpab.f.1973Reform - Ostrya, Hornbeam1. Ribblesdale Stakes G2
General Ironsidegr.c.1973Sea Hawk - Come Dancing, Northern Dancer2. Irish St. Leger; 3. Great Voltigeur Stakes G2
Lucky Wednesdaybr.c.1973Roi Soleil - Pavlova, Fidalgo3. Irish 2000 Guineas G1
1977Lucky Wednesdaybr.c.1973Roi Soleil - Pavlova, Fidalgo1. Prince of Wales's Stakes G2; 2. Eclipse Stakes G1
1978Buckskinb.c.1973Yelapa - Bete a Bon Dieu, Herbager1. Prix du Cadran G1
Gunner Bch.c.1973Royal Gunner - Sweet Councillor, Privy Councillor1. Eclipse Stakes G1, Prince of Wales Stakes G2; 2. Benson And Hedges Gold Cup G1; 3. Champion Stakes G1
Le Mossch.c.1975Le Levanstell - Feemoss, Ballymoss2. St. Leger Stakes G1
Lyphard's Wishb.c.1976Lyphard - Sally's Wish, Sensitivo3. Futurity Stakes G1, Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Main Reefch.c.1976Mill Reef - Lovely Light, Henry the Seventh2. Mill Reef Stakes G2
Ovacb.c.1973Furibondo - Oratch, Match2. Queen Anne Stakes G2; 3. Lockinge Stakes G2
R B Chesneb.c.1976Brigadier Gerard - Vive la Reine, Vienna1. Champagne Stakes G2
1979Buckskinb.c.1973Yelapa - Bete a Bon Dieu, Herbager2. Ascot Gold Cup G1
Connaught Bridgech.f.1976Connaught - Fisherman's Bridge, Crepello1. Yorkshire Oaks G1, Nassau Stakes G2
Hello Gorgeousch.c.1977Mr. Prospector - Bonny Jet, Jet Jewel1. Futurity Stakes G1, Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Krisch.c.1976Sharpen Up - Doubly Sure, Reliance1. Sussex Stakes G1, Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes G2, St. James's Palace Stakes G2, Crystal Mile G2; 2. Two Thousand Guineas G1
Le Mossch.c.1975Le Levanstell - Feemoss, Ballymoss1. Ascot Gold Cup G1, Goodwood Cup G2
Lyphard's Wishb.c.1976Lyphard - Sally's Wish, Sensitivo1. Dante stakes G2 ; 2. Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, Prince of Wales Stakes G2; 3. Benson And Hedges Gold Cup G1
Marathon Goldb.c.1977Derring-Do - Attica Meli, Primera2. Champagne Stakes G2
Odeonb.f.1976Royal And Regal - Cammina, Hornbeam2. Park Hill Stakes G2, Nassau Stakes G2; 3. Sun Chariot Stakes G2
One in a Millionb.f.1976Rarity - Singe, Tudor Music1. One Thousand Guineas G1, Coronation Stakes G2
Tannenbergch.c.1975Thatch - Rebuke, Princely Gift3. Prix du Muguet G2
1980Krisch.c.1976Sharpen Up - Doubly Sure, Reliance1. Lockinge Stakes G2; 2. Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes G2
Critiquedkb.c.1978Roberto - Cambrienne, Sicambre2. Grand Criterium G1
Gielgudch.c.1978Sir Ivor - Best in Show, Traffic Judge1. Champagne Stakes G2; 3. Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Hello Gorgeousch.c.1977Mr. Prospector - Bonny Jet, Jet Jewel1. Dante Stakes G2; 2. Eclipse Stakes G1
Le Mossch.c.1975Le Levanstell - Feemoss, Ballymoss1. Ascot Gold Cup G1, Goodwood Cup G2
Light Cavalryb.c.1977Brigadier Gerard - Glass Slipper, Relko1. St. Leger Stakes G1, King Edward VII. Stakes G2; 2. Great Voltigeur Stakes G2
Panjandrumc.1978His Majesty - Muriels Dream, Blue Prince1. Premio Tevere G2
Pushych.f.1978Sharpen Up - Mrs. Moss, Reform3. Cheveley Park Stakes G1
1981Ardrossb.c.1976Run the Gantlet - Le Melody, Levmoss1. Prix Royal Oak G1, Ascot Gold Cup G1, Goodwood Cup G2, Geoffrey Freer Stakes G2, Yorkshire Cup G2
Belmont Bayb.c.1977Auction Ring - Royal Escape, King's Bench1. Lockinge Stakes G2
Cajunch.c.1979Red Regent - Ermyn Lass, Ennis1. Middle Park Stakes G1, Richmond Stakes G2
Fairy Footstepsb.f.1978Mill Reef - Glass Slipper, Relko1. One Thousand Guineas G1
Home on the Rangebr.f.1978Habitat - Great Guns, Busted1. Sun Chariot Stakes G1
Light Cavalryb.c.1977Brigadier Gerard - Glass Slipper, Relko1. Princess of Wales's Stakes G2; 2. Hardwicke Stakes G2
Petroleuseb.f.1978Habitat - Plencia, Le Haar1. Princess Elizabeth Stakes G3
Strigidab.f.1978Habitat - Catalpa, Reform1. Ribblesdale Stakes G2; 3. Nassau Stakes G2
1982Ardrossb.c.1976Run the Gantlet - Le Melody, Levmoss1. Ascot Gold Cup G1, Yorkshire Cup G2, Geoffrey Freer Stakes G2; 2. Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe G2; 3. Princess of wales's Stakes G2
Critiquedkb.c.1978Roberto - Cambrienne, Sicambre1. Hardwicke Stakes G2; 3 Coronation Cup G1, John Porter Stakes G2
Diesisch.c.1980Sharpen Up - Doubly Sure, Reliance1. Middle Park Stakes G1, Dewhurst Stakes G1
Dunbeathb.c.1980Grey Dawn - Priceless Fame, Irish Castle1. Futurity Stakes G1, Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Chalonch.f.1979Habitat - Areola, Kythnos1. Coronation Stakes G1
Ivanoch.c.1979Snow Knight - Smiling Jacqueline, Hilarious3. St. James's Palace Stakes G2
Salierich.c.1980Accipiter - Hogan's Sister, Speak John1. Mill Reef Stakes G2
Simply Greatdkb.c.1979Mill Reef - Seneca, Chaparral1. Dante Stakes G2
Sing Softlyb.f.1979Luthier - Melody Hour, Sing Sing2. Ribblesdale Stakes G2; 3. Park Hill Stakes G2
1983Adonijahch.c.1980High Line - Shadow Queen, Darius2. Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes G2, Crystal Mile G2
Defecting Dancerb.c.1981Habitat - Running Ballerina, Nijinsky2. Flying Childers Stakes G2
Dunbeathb.c.1980Grey Dawn - Priceless Fame, Irish Castle3. St. James's Palace Stakes G2, Dante Stakes G2
Precociousb.c.1981Mummy's Pet - Mrs. Moss, Reform1. Gimcrack Stakes G2
Prickleb.f.1981Sharpen Up - Jungle Queen, Twilight Alley1. Lowther Stakes G2; 3. Cheveley Park Stakes G1
Trojan Fenb.c.1981Troy - Fenella, Thatch3. Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Vacarmech.c.1981Lyphard - Virunga, Sodium1. Mill Reef Stakes G2; 3. Middle Park Stakes G1
Valiyarb.c.1979Red God - Val Divine, Val de Loir2. Lockinge Stakes G2
1984Adonijahch.c.1980High Line - Shadow Queen, Darius3. Prix d'Ispahan G1, Prix Ganay G1
Claude Monetch.c.1981Affirmed - Madelia, Caro1. Dante Stakes G2
Lanfrancoch.c.1982Relko - Cama, Pardao1. Futurity Stakes G1
Sandy Islandb.f.1981Mill Reef - Sayonara, Birkhahn2. Ribblesdale Stakes G2
Trojan Fenb.c.1981Troy - Fenella, Thatch1. Queen Anne Stakes G2
Vacarmech.c.1981Lyphard - Virunga, Sodium2. Forte Mile G2
1985Bonhomieb.c.1983What a Pleasure - Chatter Box, Ribot1. Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Ever Genialbr.f.1982Brigadier Gerard - Shorthouse, Habitat3. Sun Chariot Stakes G2
Faustusb.c.1983Robellino - B.F.'s Sailingal, Sail On-Sail On2. Champagne Stakes G2
Lanfrancoch.c.1982Relko - Cama, Pardao1. King Edward VII. Stakes G2, Princess of Wales's Stakes G2; 3. St. Leger Stakes G1
Oh So Sharpch.f.1982Kris - Oh So Fair, Graustark1. One Thousand Guineas G1, Epsom Oaks G1, St. Leger Stakes G1; 2. King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes G1, Benson And Hedges Gold Cup G1
Prismaticbr.c.1982Manado - Pris, Priamos1. Lockinge Stakes G2
Slip Anchorb.c.1982Shirley Heights - Saynoara, Birkhahn1. Derby Stakes G1; 2. Champion Stakes G1
1986At Riskgr.f.1984Mr. Prospector - Misgivings, Cyane
Bonhomieb.c.1983What a Pleasure - Chatter Box, Ribot1. King Edward VII. Stakes G2; 2. Irish Derby G1
El Cuiteb.c.1983Vaguely Noble - Assez Cuite, Graustark1. Prix Royal Oak G1, Gran Premio d'Italia G1
Gwydionb.f.1983Raise a Cup - Papamiento, Blade3. King's Stand Stakes G1, July Cup G1
Mashkourch.c.1983Irish River - Sancta Rose, Karabas2. Great Voltigeur Stakes G2; 3. Derby Stakes G1
Reference Pointb.c.1984Mill Reef - Home on the Range, Habitat1. Futurity Stakes G1
Star Cuttergr.c.1983Star de Naskra - Axed, Al Hattab1. Premio Vittorio di Capua G2
1987Diminuendoch.f.1985Diesis - Cacti, Tom Rolfe1. Fillies Mile G2
Gayaneb.f.1984Nureyev - Roussalka, Habitat2. July Cup G1
Indian Skimmergr.f.1984Storm Bird - Nobiliare, Vaguely Noble1. Prix de Diane G1, Prix Saint-Alary G1
Intimate Guestb.f.1985Be My Guest - As You Desire Me, Kalamoun1. May Hill Stakes G2
Legal Bidch.c.1984Spectacular Bid - Bold Bikini, Law Society2. King Edward VII. Stakes G2, Geoffrey Freer Stakes G2
Martha Stevensdkb.f.1984Super Concorde - Magazine, Prince John3. Coronation Stakes G1
Midyanb.c.1984Miswaki - Country Dream, Ribot2. Challenge Stakes G2; 3. Two Thousand Guineas G1
Nom de Plumeb.f.1984Nodouble - Life Style, Manifesto1. Nassau Stakes G2
Orbanb.c.1983Irish River - Regal Exception, Ribot1. Premio Roma G1, Hardwicke Stakes G2
Paeanb.c.1983Bustino - Mixed Applause, Nijinsky1. Ascot Gold Cup G1
Queen Midasch.f.1984Glint of Gold - Star Court, Aureole1. Ribblesdale Stakes G2
Rakaposhi Kingb.c.1982Bustino - Supper Time, Shantung2. Coronation Cup G1
Reference Pointb.c.1984Mill Reef - Home on the Range, Habitat1. Derby Stakes G1, St. Leger Stakes G1, King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes G1, Dante Stakes G2, Great Voltigeur Stakes G2; 2. Eclipse Stakes G1
Reprimandb.c.1985Mummy's Pet - Just You Wait, Nonoalco1. Gimcrack Stakes G2
Salseb.c.1985Topsider - Carnival Princess, Prince John3. Futurity Stakes G1
Sanquiricodkb.c.1985Lypheor - Nell's Briquette, Lanyon1. Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Star Cuttergr.c.1983Star de Naskra - Axed, Al Hattab2. Sussex Stakes G1; 3. Crystal Mile G2
Verd-Antiqueb.c.1983Shirley Heights - Vejana, Braccio da Montone1. Yorkshire Cup G2
1988Catawbab.f.1985Mill Reef - Catalpa, Reform1. Middleton Stakes
Diminuendoch.f.1985Diesis - Cacti, Tom Rolfe1. Oaks Stakes G1, Irish Oaks G1, Yorkshire Oaks G1; 2. St. Leger Stakes G1; 3. One Thousand Guineas G1
High Estatebr.c.1986Shirley Heights - Regal Beauty, Princely Native1. Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Indian Skimmergr.f.1984Storm Bird - Nobiliare, Vaguely Noble1. Champion Stakes G1, Irish Champion Stakes G1, Sun Chariot Stakes G2; 2. International Stakes G1; 3. Breeders' Cup Turf G1
Reprimandb.c.1985Mummy's Pet - Just You Wait, Nonoalco2. Challenge Stakes G2
Russian Bondb.c.1986Danzig - Somfas, What a Pleasure1. Mill Reef Stakes G2
Salseb.c.1985Topsider - Carnival Princess, Prince John1. Prix de la Foret G1, Challenge Stakes G2; 2. Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes G1
Samoanb.c.1986Diesis - Pago Dancer, Pago Pago2. Royal Lodge Stakes G2
Shining Steelb.c.1986Kris - Lady Moon, Mill Reef2. Champagne Stakes G2
Tesslab.f.1986Glint of Gold - Chellita, Habitat1. Fillies Mile G2
Zalazlb.c.1986Roberto - Salpinx, Northern Dancer2. Futurity Stakes G1
1989Alydaressgr.f.1986Alydar - Balidaress, Balidar1. Irish Oaks G1, Ribblesdale Stakes G2; 2. Yorkshire Oaks G1, Gran Premio del Jockey Club Italiano G1
Be My Chiefb.c.1987Chief's Crown - Lady Be Mine, Sir Ivor1. Racing Post Trophy G1
Chimes of Freedomch.f.1987Private Account - Aviance, Northfields1. Moyglare Stud Stakes G1; 3 .Cheveley Park Stakes G1
Indian Skimmergr.f.1984Storm Bird - Nobiliare, Vaguely Noble1. Prix d'Ispahan G1; 3. Eclipse Stakes G1
Michelozzob.c.1986Northern Baby - Tres Agreable, Luthier1. St. Leger Stakes G1; 3, Princess of Wales's Stakes G2
Moon Cactusb.f.1987Kris - Lady Moon, Mill Reef2. Fillies Mile G2
Old Vicb.c.1986Sadler's Wells - Cockade, Derring Do1. Prix du Jockey Club G1, Irish Derby G1
Porter Rhodesb.c.1986Hawaii - Stella Matutina, Bolkonski1. Gallinule Stakes G2
Reprimandb.c.1985Mummy's Pet - Just You Wait, Nonoalco1. Forte Mile G2; 2. Queen Anne Stakes G2; 3. Premio Vittorio di Capua G1, Lockinge Stakes G2, Celebration Mile G2
Snow Bridech.f.1986Blushing Groom - Awaasif, Snow Knight1. Oaks Stakes G1
Tesslab.f.1986Glint of Gold - Chellita, Habitat3. Nassau Stakes G2
Zalazlb.c.1986Roberto - Salpinx, Northern Dancer1. Great Voltigeur Stakes G2; 3. Dante Stakes G2
1990Alidivab.f.1987Chief Singer - Alligatrix, Alleged1. Oak Tree Stakes, Masaka Stakes
Belmezb.c.1987El Gran Senor - Grace Note, Top Ville1. King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes G1, Great Voltigeur Stakes G2; 3. Irish Derby G1
Chimes of Freedomch.f.1987Private Account - Aviance, Northfields1. Coronation Stakes G1, Child Stakes G2
Madame Duboisch.f.1987Legend of France - Shadywood, Habitat1. Prix de Royallieu G2
Moon Cactusb.f.1987Kris - Lady Moon, Mill Reef2. Prix de Diane G1; 3. Nassau Stakes G2
Old Vicb.c.1986Sadler's Wells - Cockade, Derring Do2. King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes G1; 3. Hardwicke Stakes G2
Peter Daviesch.c.1988Bering - French Flick, Silent Screen1. Racing Post Trophy G1
Private Tenderb.c.1987Shirley Heights - Select Sale, Auction Ring1. King Edward VII. Stakes G2
Rafhab.f.1987Kris - Eljazzi, Artaius1. Prix de Diane G1
River Godb.c.1987Val de l'Orne - Princess Morvi, Graustark3. St. Leger Stakes G1
Shavianb.c.1987Kris - Mixed Applause, Nijinsky1. St. James's Palace Stakes G1, Celebration Mile G2; 3. Sussex Stakes G1
1991Hokusaib.c.1988Fighting Fit - Angling, Angle Light3. St. James's Palace Stakes G1
Musicalech.f.1989The Minstrel - Gossiping, Chati1. Rockfel Stakes G2
Patriciach.f.1988Assert - Passionist, Buckpasser1. Prix de Pomone G2; 2. Irish St. Leger G1
Perpendiculardkb.c.1988Shirley Heights - Pris, Priamos3. Dante Stakes G2
Twist And Turnch.c.1989Groom Dancer - Twyla, Habitat3. Royal Lodge Stakes G2
1992All At Seach.f.1989Riverman - Lost Virtue, Cloudy Dawn1. Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1; 2. Oaks Stakes G1, Juddmonte International Stakes G1, Nassau Stakes G2
Armigerch.c.1990Rainbow Quest - Armeria, Northern Dancer1. Racing Post Trophy G1
Perpendiculardkb.c.1988Shirley Heights - Pris, Priamos1. Prince of Wales's Stakes G2
Pursuit of Loveb.c.1989Groom Dancer - Dance Quest, Green Dancer1. Prix Maurice de Gheest G2; 2. July Cup G1; 3. Two Thousand Guineas G1
Rudimentaryb.c.1988Nureyev - Doubly Sure, Reliance1. Forte Mile G2; 2. Premio Vittorio di Capua G1; 3. Lockinge Stakes G2, Celebration Mile G2
Tenbyb.c.1990Caerleon - Shining Water, Kalaglow1. Grand Criterium G1
1993Armigerch.c.1990Rainbow Quest - Armeria, Northern Dancer2. St. Leger Stakes G1, Prix Lupin G1
Commander in Chiefb.c.1990Dancing Brave - Slightly Dangerous, Roberto1. Derby Stakes G1, Irish Derby G1; 3. King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes G1
King's Theatreb.c.1991Sadler's Wells - Regal Beauty, Princely Native1. Racing Post Trophy G1
Kissing Cousinb.f.1991Danehill - First Kiss, Kris3. Fillies Mile G1
Lyphard's Deltadkb.f.1990Lyphard - Proud Delta, Delta Judge1. Nassau Stakes G2
Placervilleb.c.1990Mr. Prospector - Classy Cathy, Private Account1. Prince of Wales's Stakes G2
Rainbow Lakeb.f.1990Rainbow Quest - Rockfest, Stage Door Johnny1. Lancashire Oaks G3
Tenbyb.c.1990Caerleon - Shining Water, Kalaglow1. Dante Stakes G2; 3. Eclipse Stakes G1
Twist And Turnch.c.1989Groom Dancer - Twyla, Habitat2. Gerling Preis G2
Wharfch.c.1990Storm Bird - Dockage, Riverman2. Lockinge Stakes G2
1994Distant Viewch.c.1991Mr. Prospector - Seven Springs, Irish River1. Sussex Stakes G1; 2. St. James's Palace Stakes G1
Eltishb.c.1992Cox's Ridge - Nimble Feet, Danzig1. Royal Lodge Stakes G2; 2. Breeders' Cup Juvenile G1; 3. Dewhurst Stakes G1
King's Theatreb.c.1991Sadler's Wells - Regal Beauty, Princely Native1. King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes G1; 2. Derby Stakes G1, Irish Derby G1; 3. Juddmonte International Stakes G1
Kissing Cousinb.f.1991Danehill - First Kiss, Kris1. Coronation Stakes G1
Red Routeb.c.1991Polish Precedent - One Way Street, Habitat1. Geoffrey Freer Stakes G2
State Crystalb.f.1991High Estate - Crystal Spray, Beldale Flutter2. Sun Chariot Stakes G2; 3. Yorkshire Oaks G1, Prix Vermeille G1
1995Bal Harbourb.c.1991Shirley Heights - Balabina, Nijinsky3. Hardwicke Stakes G2
Bosra Shamch.f.1993Woodman - Korveya, Riverman1. Fillies Mile G1
Eltishb.c.1992Cox's Ridge - Nimble Feet, Danzig2. Prince of Wales' Stakes G2
Solar Crystalb.f.1993Alzao - Crystal Spray, Beldale Flutter3. Prix Marcel Boussac G1
1996Bosra Shamch.f.1993Woodman - Korveya, Riverman1. One Thousand Guineas G1, Champion Stakes G1; 2. Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes G1
Dushyantorb.c.1993Sadler's Wells - Slightly Dangerous, Roberto1. Great Voltigeur Stakes G2; 2. Derby Stakes G1, St. Leger Stakes G1, Dante Stakes G2
Eva Lunab.f.1992Alleged - Media Luna, Star Appealdam of Brian Boru, granddam of Workforce
Lady Carlab.f.1993Caerleon - Shirley Superstar, Shirley Heights1. Oaks Stakes G1
Reams of Versech.f.1994Nureyev - Modena, Roberto1. Fillies Mile G1
Sleepytimeb.f.1994Royal Academy - Alidiva, Chief Singer3. Fillies Mile G1
Yashmakdkb.f.1994Danzig - Slightly Dangerous, Roberto2. Prix Marcel Boussac G1
1997Ali-Royalb.c.1993Royal Academy - Alidiva, Chief Singer1. Sussex Stakes G1; 2. Lockinge Stakes G1; 3. Queen Anne Stakes G2
Bosra Shamch.f.1993Woodman - Korveya, Riverman1. Prince of Wales's Stakes G1; 3. Eclipse Stakes G1
Canon Canch.g.1993Green Dancer - Lady Argyle, Don B.1. Doncaster Cup G2
Daggers Drawnch.c.1995Diesis - Sun And Shade, Ajdal1. Champagne Stakes G2, Richmond Stakes G2
Dushyantorb.c.1993Sadler's Wells - Slightly Dangerous, Roberto1. Geoffrey Freer Stakes G2; 2. Coronation Cup G1
Midnight Linech.f.1995Kris S - Midnight Air, Green Dancer1. May Hill Stakes G2
Reams of Versech.f.1994Nureyev - Modena, Roberto1. Oaks Stakes G1; 3. Sun Chariot Stakes G2
Sleepytimeb.f.1994Royal Academy - Alidiva, Chief Singer1. One Thousand Guineas G1, 3. Coronation Stakes G1
Yashmakdkb.f.1994Danzig - Slightly Dangerous, Roberto1. Flower Bowl Invitational Handicap G1, Ribblesdale Stakes G2; 2. Irish Oaks G1
1998Canon Canch.g.1993Green Dancer - Lady Argyle, Don B.2. Goodwood Cup G2
Catchascatchcanb.f.1995Pursuit of Love - Catawba, Mill Reef1. Yorkshire Oaks G1
Dr. Fongch.c.1995Kris S. - Spring Flight, Miswaki1. St. James's Palace Stakes G1, Prix Eugene Adam G2; 2. Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes G1, Oak Tree Derby G2; 3. Prix Jean Prat G1
Chester Housedkb.c.1995Mr. Prospector - Toussaud, El Gran Senor2. Prince of Wales' Stakes G2; 3. Juddmonte International Stakes G1
Memoriseb.c.1994Lyphard - Shirley Valentine, Shirley Heights3. Geoffrey Freer Stakes G2
Midnight Linech.f.1995Kris S - Midnight Air, Green Dancer3. Oaks Stakes G1, Nassau Stakes G2
Royal Anthemb.c.1995Theatrical - In Neon, Ack Ack1. Canadian International G1, King Edward VII. Stakes G2; 3. King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth Stakes G1
1999Caprich.c.1995Generous - Island Jamboree, Explodent1. Grand Prix de Chantilly G2
Craigsteeldkb.c.1995Suave Dancer - Applecross, Glint of Gold1. Princess of Wales's Stakes G2; 2. Geoffrey Freer Stakes G2
Enriqueb.c.1996Barathea - Gwydion, Raise a Cup2. Two Thousand Guineas G1, Irish 2000 Guineas G1
Great Daneb.c.1995Danehill - Itching, Thatching1. Curragh International Stakes G2
Chester Housedkb.c.1995Mr. Prospector - Toussaud, El Gran Senor3. Juddmonte International Stakes G1
Oathb.c.1996Fairy King - Sheer Audacity, Troy1. Derby Stakes G1
Ramrumach.f.1996Diesis - Princess of Man, Green God1. Oaks Stakes G1, Irish Oaks G1, Yorkshire Oaks G1; 2. St. Leger Stakes G1
Royal Anthemb.c.1995Theatrical - In Neon, Ack Ack1. Juddmonte International Stakes G1; 2. Coronation Cup G1, Hardwicke Stakes G2
Shivach.f.1995Hector Protector - Lingerie, Shirley Heights1. Tattersalls Gold Cup; 2. Champion Stakes G1
Silver Rhapsodybr.f.1995Silver Hawk - Sister Chrys, Fit to Fight3. Yorkshire Oaks G1, Princess of Wales's Stakes
Winceb.f.1996Selkirk - Flit, Lyphard1. One Thousand Guineas G1
2000Beat Hollowb.c.1997Sadler's Wells - Wemyss Bight, Dancing Brave1. Grand Prix de Paris G1; 3. Derby Stakes G1
Craigsteeldkb.c.1995Suave Dancer - Applecross, Glint of Gold2. Niagara BC Stakes G2; 3. Hong Kong Jockey Club Trophy Stakes G2
Love Divineb.f.1997Diesis - La Sky, Law Society1. Oaks Stakes G1; 2. Yorkshire Oaks G1
Ramrumach.f.1996Diesis - Princess of Man, Green God3. Yorkshire Oaks G1
Shivach.f.1995Hector Protector - Lingerie, Shirley Heights3. Eclipse Stakes G1
Subtle Powerb.c.1997Sadler's Wells - Mosaique Bleue, Shirley Heights1. King Edward VII. Stakes G2
2001Sacred Songb.f.1997Diesis - Ruby Ransom, Red Ransom2. Yorkshire Oaks G1
Sandmasonch.c.1997Grand Lodge - Sandy Island, Mill Reef1. Hardwicke Stakes G2; 2. Jockey Club Stakes G2
Wellbeingb.c.1997Sadler's Wells - Charming Life, Sir Tristram2. Coronation Cup G1
2002Beat Hollowb.c.1997Sadler's Wells - Wemyss Bight, Dancing Brave2. Explosive Bid Handicap G2 (US → Bobby Frankel)
Burning Sunb.c.1999Danzig - Media Nox, Lycius1. Prix Eugene Adam G2; 3. Prix Guillaume d'Ornano G2
High Pitchedch.c.1998Indian Ridge - Place de l'Opera, Sadler's Wells2. Geoffrey Freer Stakes G2
2006Multidimensionalb.c.2003Danehill - Sacred Song, Diesis1. Prix Guillaume d'Ornano G2
Passage of Timedkb.f.2004Dansili - Clepsydra, Sadler's Wells1. Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1
2007Light Shiftb.f.2004Kingmambo - Lingerie, Shirley Heights1. Oaks Stakes G1; 2. Irish Oaks G1; 3. Nassau Stakes G1
Passage of Timedkb.f.2004Dansili - Clepsydra, Sadler's Wells3. Prix Vermeille G1, Breeders' Cup Filly And Mare Turf G1
2008Lord Shanakilldkb.c.2006Speightstown - Green Room, Theatrical1. Mill Reef Stakes G2; 2. Dewhurst Stakes G1, Vintage Stakes G2; 3. Prix Morny G1, Coventry Stakes G2
Multidimensionalb.c.2003Danehill - Sacred Song, Diesis2. Hardwicke Stakes G2
Passage of Timedkb.f.2004Dansili - Clepsydra, Sadler's Wells3. Nassau Stakes G1
Phoenix Towerb.c.2004Chester House - Bionic, Zafonic2. Eclipse Stakes G1, Juddmonte International G1, Lockinge Stakes G1, Prince of Wales's Stakes G1
Twice Overb.c.2005Observatory - Double Crossed, Caerleon2. Champion Stakes G1; 3. St. James's Palace Stakes G1
2009Father Timeb.c.2006Dansili - Clepsydra, Sadler's Wells1. King Edward VII. Stakes G2; 3. Great Voltigeur Stakes G2
Lord Shanakilldkb.c.2006Speightstown - Green Room, Theatrical1. Prix Jean Prat G1; 3. St. James's Palace Stakes G1
Middayb.f.2006Oasis Dream - Midsummer, Kingmambo1. Breeders' Cup Filly And Mare Turf G1, Nassau Stakes G1; 2. Oaks Stakes G1, Blue Riband Trial Stakes G2; 3. Irish Oaks G1, Prix de l'Opera G1
Twice Overb.c.2005Observatory - Double Crossed, Caerleon1. Champion Stakes G1; 3. Breeders' Cup Classic G1
2010Frankelb.c.2008Galileo - Kind, Danehill1. Dewhurst Stakes G1, Royal Lodge Stakes G2. European champion 2yo colt.
Lord Shanakilldkb.c.2006Speightstown - Green Room, Theatrical1. Lennox Stakes G2; 3. Lockinge Stakes G1
Manifestb.c.2006Rainbow Quest - Modena, Roberto1. Yorkshire Cup G2
Middayb.f.2006Oasis Dream - Midsummer, Kingmambo1. Yorkshire Okas G1, Nassau Stakes G1, Prix Vermeille G1; 2. Breeders' Cup Filly And Mare Turf G1
Twice Overb.c.2005Observatory - Double Crossed, Caerleon1. Champion Stakes G1, Eclipse Stakes G1; 2. Juddmonte International Stakes G1, Prince of Wales's Stakes G1
2011Frankelb.c.2008Galileo - Kind, Danehill1. Two Thousand Guineas G1, Sussex Stakes G1, Queen Elizabeth II. Stakes G1, St. James's Palace Stakes G1. European champion 3yo colt, Horse of the year.
Chachamaideeb.f.2007Footstepsinthesand - Canterbury Lace, Danehill2. Sun Chariot Stakes G1, Windsor Forest Stakes G2, Challenge Stakes G2
Middayb.f.2006Oasis Dream - Midsummer, Kingmambo1. Nassau Stakes G1; 2. Coronation Cup G1, Juddmonte International Stakes G1, Pretty Polly Stakes G1
Timepieceb.f.2007Zamindar - Clepsydra, Sadler's Wells1. Falmouth Stakes G1; 2. Prix Jean Romanet G1; 3. Prix Rothschild G1
Twice Overb.c.2005Observatory - Double Crossed, Caerleon1. Juddmonte International Stakes G1, Al Maktoum Challenge - Round 3 G2
2012Frankelb.c.2008Galileo - Kind, Danehill1. Queen Anne Stakes G1, Sussex Stakes G1, Lockinge Stakes G1, Juddmonte International Stakes G1, Champion Stakes G1. European champion older horse, Horse of the year.
Chachamaideeb.f.2007Footstepsinthesand - Canterbury Lace, Danehill1. Matron Stakes G1, Lennox Stakes G2; 2. Windsor Forest Stakes G2
Noble Missionb.c.2009Galileo - Kind, Danehill2. King Edward VII. Stakes G2
Thomas Chippendalebr.c.2009Dansili - All My Loving, Sadler's Wells1. King Edward VII. Stakes G2
Timepieceb.f.2007Zamindar - Clepsydra, Sadler's Wells2. Nassau Stakes G1; 3. Prix Jean Romanet G1
Twice Overb.c.2005Observatory - Double Crossed, Caerleon3. Eclipse Stakes G1
Wild Cococh.f.2008Shirocco - Wild Side, Sternkönig1. Park Hill Stakes G2
2013*Hot Snapch.f.2010Pivotal - Midsummer, Kingmambo2. Blandford Stakes G2; 3. Nassau Stakes G1
*Riposteb.f.2010Dansili - Rainbow Lake, Rainbow Quest1. Ribblesdale Stakes G2
*Thomas Chippendalebr.c.2009Dansili - All My Loving, Sadler's Wells1. Hardwicke Stakes G2
*Wild Cococh.f.2008Shirocco - Wild Side, Sternkönig2. Prix Vermeille G1