REGIME – 2007. REGIME wins th Group 3 Betfredpoker Classic Trial at Sandown and earned his place in the line-up for the Vodafone Derby that year.
ASSET – 2007. ASSET wins the Listed Abernant Stakes at Newmarket.
DISTINCTION – 2007. DISTINCTION dead-heated to win the Listed SIS Fenwolf Stakes at Ascot in September of 2007.
CONQUEST – 2006. In 2006, CONQUEST who finished second in the Listed Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot then followed up his easy victory at Nottingham by winning the Group 2 Scottish Equitable Gimcrack Stakes at York in August.
TREAT – 2006. TREAT who followed up her maiden victory at Nottingham with an impressive performance in the Group 1 Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile when she finished second despite interference by the eventual winner Simply Perfect in the final furlong.
PRIMARY – 2006. PRIMARY wins the Group 3 Betfred Classic Trial at Sandown. He went on to win the Listed Gran Premio d’Italia at Milan and then travelled to Amerca to come third in the Group 1 Secretariat Stakes at Arlington.
REGIME – 2006. REGIME won his maiden at Beverley in good style and travelled to the Curragh for the Shelbourne Hotel Goffs Million, where he finished second (first on the stands’ side), winning almost £200,000 for his syndicate team.
PARTY – 2006. PARTY wins the Listed Radley Stakes at Newbury in October.
ASSET – 2006. ASSET wins the Listed Easter Stakes at Kempton and goes on to come second in the Group 3 Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot.
FORGERY – 2006. FORGERY wins The Bloor Homes Spring Cup at Newbury in April.
Motivator – 2005. MOTIVATOR, owned by the Royal Ascot Racing Club and managed by Highclere, wins the 2005 Group 1 Vodafone Derby by five lengths under a copy book ride by Johnny Murtagh. Motivator went on to be second in the Group 1 Coral Eclipse Stakes at Sandown and the Group 1 Baileys Irish Champion Stakes in Leopardstown. He was also fifth in the Group 1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe before being retired and syndicated to stand as a stallion at The Royal Studs for £6 million. Motivator was crowned BHB Horse of the Year and Champion Three-Year-Old.
DISTINCTION – 2005. DISTINCTION who was second in the Group 1 Gold Cup behind the Champion Stayer, Westerner before going on to win Group 2 The Lady O Goodwood Cup. Big D was also second in the Group 2 Weatherbys Insurance Lonsdale Cup in August. DISTINCTION won the Listed John Smith’s Silver Cup Rated Stakes at York and the Listed Troy Stakes at Doncaster before going on to finish 6th in The Melbourne Cup in Australia.
BRUNEL – 2005. BRUNEL who started his 2005 campaign by finishing second in The Group 2 betfred.com Mile; he went on to be second in the Group 3 Vodafone Diomed Stakes before winning the Group 3 Prix de la Porte Maillot at Longchamp, France in June. Brunel continued his travels, being placed at the Curragh in Ireland and Baden Baden in Germany before going on to win the Group 2 Topkapi Trophy at Veliefendi in Istanbul.
BRUNEL – 2004. BRUNEL winning the Group 2 German 2000 Guineas at Cologne racecourse.
ADMIRAL – 2004. ADMIRAL won The King George V Handicap at Royal Ascot
MOTIVATOR – 2004. Motivator wins the Group 1 Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster.