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Frankel Crowned European Horse of the Year

Many of the team behind the brilliant Frankel were at the 22nd annual Cartier Racing Awards at London's Dorchester Hotel on Tuesday night (November 13) to share three prizes won by what many consider to have been the best horse, certainly of recent times, and maybe ever.

 

The Cartier Racing Awards were hosted by Harry Herbert, Cartier's racing consultant, and presented by Arnaud Bamberger, Executive Chairman, Cartier UK.

 

Lord Grimthorpe, racing manager to the colt's owner-breeder Prince Khalid Abdulla, stated that Frankel had "touched our lives like no other" as he collected the very prestigious Cartier Horse Of The Year Award for the second successive year.

           

Frankel, who additionally captured this year's Cartier Older Horse Award, has now won a total of five Cartier Awards, more than any other horse in the history of the Cartier Racing Awards, having gained the 2010 Cartier Two-Year-Old and 2011 Cartier Three-Year-Old Awards as well.

 

The strong team involved with the Sir Henry Cecil-trained Frankel, successful on all 14 of his starts, enjoyed another accolade last night when picking up the Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit from Arnaud Bamberger and Keith Perry, Group Managing Director Sport at the Telegraph Media Group.

 

"As I was saying last year and the year before, we have been truly blessed by this horse," said Lord Grimthorpe. "He has touched our lives like no other and has touched many lives like no other.

 

"Prince Khalid really likes his horses to do the talking but unfortunately you've got me. He would have been here but for a family wedding and he wanted me to thank Cartier, Arnaud (Bamberger), Francois (Le Troquer) and of course Harry (Herbert) for this magnificent tribute to his wonderful horse.

 

"We must mention Henry (Cecil) and the whole team at Warren Place. He's done a brilliant job with Frankel from the word go and how lucky we are.

 

"I've missed out speaking about all the people on the stud who looked after him and the people that foaled him first. Not to mention Bobby Frankel, who he is named after and trained for Prince Khalid for 20 years.

 

"Then we come back to Henry and his genius and the entire team who looked after him."

 

Frankel is now at Banstead Manor Stud near Newmarket after ending his racing career last month and Lord Grimthorpe reported that the four-year-old Galileo colt, valued at over £100 million, is ready to begin his new career as a stallion in early 2013.

 

"Now he is back at Banstead and he is very, very relaxed. I think he has some inkling about what is going to happen. He was talking to Oasis Dream the other day who said 'it ain't all that bad mate!'"

 

The people who collected the Team Frankel award included Sir Henry Cecil's wife, Lady Jane, whose husband was not well enough to attend. The others were jockeys Tom Queally and Ian Mongan, Lord Grimthorpe, Dee Deacon (Head Girl), Sandeep Gauravaram (Frankel's groom), Mike Marshall (Assistant Trainer), Philip Mitchell (General Manager, Juddmonte Farms), Simon Mockridge (Stud Manager, Banstead Manor Stud) and Jim Power (retired Stud Groom and the man who foaled Frankel).

 

Another unbeaten performer Black Caviar, who is based with Peter Moody in Australia, became the first Cartier Award winner to be trained outside Europe. The great racemare has gone 22 races without defeat and took the Sprinter Award following her narrow victory in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot in June.

 

Claire O'Donnell, daughter of part-owner Pam Hawkes, collected the prize and said: "On behalf of Black Caviar's owners, I'd like to reiterate that we are delighted to have our horse recognised on the international stage. I'm accepting this award on their behalf and thank you Cartier."

 

Video messages from Peter Moody and another part-owner, Gary Wilkie, were shown prior to her going on to the stage.

 

"Thank you to Cartier, British horseracing and the British racing public for the prestigious award that has been given to our wonderful mare Black Caviar," said Moody. "It has been a great ride.

 

"I'm very grateful for the opportunity given to us by the people at Royal Ascot to bring her up to your part of the world and showcase her on an international stage. I understand it's the first time a horse trained outside Europe has been given such a prestigious award and certainly it was a very memorable journey and one that we'll never forget.

           

"We were fortunate to win against the best sprinters that Europe had to offer and we're extremely proud of our girl Black Caviar. Once again a big thank you to everyone concerned, to Nick Smith and his team at Royal Ascot and to everyone that made us feel so welcome. Hopefully, we'll have one good enough in the coming seasons to take on the Europeans again."

 

Wilkie added: "Black Caviar has given us a wonderful ride throughout her career. We had an amazing time in England, meeting The Queen, and all because of our beautiful mare.

 

"Of course we must acknowledge our trainer Peter Moody and thank him and his staff who have done an amazing job. We look forward to her continuing her career in autumn 2013."

 

Lord Lloyd Webber was at the Awards but it was his wife who did most of the talking when her home-bred The Fugue, trained by new British champion trainer John Gosden, won the Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly Award.

 

"What a thrill. I've been lucky to have been invited to this evening for many years and have always been slightly green with jealousy at everybody coming up here (to receive an award)," said Lady Lloyd Webber. "The Fugue has given us so much fun and has been unlucky in some ways but this has been a wonderful bit of luck for her.

 

"Andrew did not invite me up for the Oscars and didn't actually mention me either! A couple of years ago The Fugue was entered in the sales and due to be sold by us and she was snatched from the jaws of the sale ring within five minutes of being sold by Simon Marsh. So, thank you Simon, this is for you as well."

 

It was a good night for Godolphin with Certify, trained by Mahmood Al Zarooni, winning the Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly Award, Dawn Approach (Jim Bolger) taking the Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt Award and Colour Vision (Saeed bin Suroor) landing the Cartier Sprinter Award.

 

Bolger received Dawn Approach's award. The Irish trainer said: "On behalf of myself, Sheikh Mohammed, my wife Jackie and my jockey Kevin Manning, I wish to thank Cartier for this wonderful award here tonight. It's a most prestigious award, very much valued, and I'm overwhelmed to win it."

 

"I'd like to say well done to Dawn Approach for being champion two-year-old colt, it's an absolute thrill," declared Godolphin's racing manager Simon Crisford after going up for Certify's award. "It's a great boost to have a trainer looking after him who is so confident for the future.

 

"I asked Jim (Bolger) earlier where he was staying. He said he was in this hotel, the Dorchester. I asked why wasn't he staying in Sheikh Mohammed's hotel, the Carlton Tower. He said 'Simon, next year I will be'.

 

"Certify deserves this. Winning the Shadwell Fillies' Mile was a brilliant display. She's going to stay in England for the winter and we very much hope she will be good enough to win the QIPCO 1,000 Guineas next season.

 

"Sheikh Mohammed asked me to pass on a message to Cartier - to Arnaud (Bamberger) and Francois (Le Troquer) - that he cannot appreciate enough the huge commitment to British horseracing with their sponsorship of these awards.

 

"He wanted to say how grateful he is, what a magnificent event this is and these are the most-prestigious awards in the whole world for racing. So a big thank you to Cartier and we very much hope that Certify will fulfil all of our ambitions for next season."

 

After collecting Colour Vision's trophy, Crisford added: "It's a fantastic accomplishment to win this award and I think it was possibly the most tightly-knit award of the evening.

 

"We were a little surprised to win it because there were so many deserving horses in that category but Colour Vision provided one of the top five most exciting races of the season when he won the Ascot Gold Cup. It was a magical moment for all of us at Godolphin and the wider public and on that basis, I think he is a deserving winner.

 

"On a personal note, I'm sorry that John Dunlop (trainer of shortlisted Times Up) didn't quite beat us because I started my career with him and it would have been lovely to see him win. But I think Colour Vision was the right winner and we are absolutely delighted to win. Thank you to Cartier again."

 

Camelot, winner of three Classics this year, the QIPCO 2,000 Guineas, Investec Derby and Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby, was named the Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt.

 

J P Magnier, whose parents John and Susan part-own the son of Galileo, picked up the prize. He is recovering after suffering a bad fall when riding at Down Royal in August.

 

"I'd like to thank Aidan (O'Brien) and the team at Ballydoyle, who have done such a great job with Camelot all year and Joseph, who rode him so well. Camelot has been in Coolmore for the last few months and seems to have recovered from surgery (for colic) a lot better than I have - he looks a lot better!

 

"Hopefully, he'll go back in training when Aidan returns from holidays in a couple of weeks all being well. We hope next year will be as successful as this year."

 

The Cartier Awards were established in 1991 to reward excellence in horseracing. They are determined by points earned by horses in Pattern races throughout 2012, combined at the end of season with the opinions of a panel of racing journalists and votes from readers of the Racing Post and The Daily Telegraph.

 

For more information, please contact Harry Herbert, Cartier's racing consultant (01488 669166), Silvia Steffen-Ehl of Cartier (020 7408 5740) or Mark Popham of Racenews (020 7704 0326)

 

Winners by year at the Cartier Racing Awards

 

2012 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Dawn Approach

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Certify

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Camelot

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: The Fugue

Cartier Sprinter: Black Caviar

Cartier Stayer: Colour Vision

Cartier Older Horse: Frankel

Cartier Horse of the Year: Frankel, owned by Prince Khalid Abdulla

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Team Frankel

 

2011 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Dabirsim

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Maybe

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Frankel

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Danedream

Cartier Sprinter: Dream Ahead

Cartier Stayer: Fame And Glory

Cartier Older Horse: Cirrus Des Aigles

Cartier Horse of the Year: Frankel, owned by Prince Khalid Abdulla

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Barry Hills

 

2010 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Frankel

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Misty For Me

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Workforce

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Snow Fairy

Cartier Sprinter: Starspangledbanner

Cartier Stayer: Rite Of Passage

Cartier Older Horse: Goldikova

Cartier Horse of the Year: Goldikova, owned by the Wertheimer brothers

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Richard Hannon

 

2009 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: St Nicholas Abbey

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Special Duty

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Sea The Stars

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Sariska

Cartier Sprinter: Fleeting Spirit

Cartier Stayer: Yeats

Cartier Older Horse: Goldikova

Cartier Horse of the Year: Sea The Stars, owned by Christopher Tsui

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: John Oxx

  

2008 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Mastercraftsman

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Rainbow View

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: New Approach

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Zarkava

Cartier Sprinter: Marchand D'Or

Cartier Stayer: Yeats

Cartier Older Horse: Duke Of Marmalade

Cartier Horse of the Year: Zarkava, owned by HH the Aga Khan

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

 

2007 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: New Approach

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Natagora

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Authorized

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Peeping Fawn

Cartier Sprinter: Red Clubs

Cartier Stayer: Yeats

Cartier Older Horse: Dylan Thomas

Cartier Horse of the Year: Dylan Thomas, owned by Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: The Niarchos Family

 

2006 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Teofilo

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Finsceal Beo

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: George Washington

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Mandesha

Cartier Sprinter: Reverence

Cartier Stayer: Yeats

Cartier Older Horse: Ouija Board

Cartier Horse of the Year: Ouija Board, owned by Lord Derby

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Peter Willett

 

2005 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: George Washington

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Rumplestiltskin

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Hurricane Run

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Divine Proportions

Cartier Sprinter: Avonbridge

Cartier Stayer: Westerner

Cartier Older Horse: Azamour

Cartier Horse of the Year: Hurricane Run, owned by Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Henry Cecil

 

2004 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Shamardal

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Divine Proportions

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Bago

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Ouija Board

Cartier Sprinter: Somnus

Cartier Stayer: Westerner

Cartier Older Horse: Soviet Song

Cartier Horse of the Year: Ouija Board, owned by Lord Derby

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: David & Patricia Thompson

 

2003 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: One Cool Cat

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Attraction

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Dalakhani

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Russian Rhythm

Cartier Sprinter: Oasis Dream

Cartier Stayer: Persian Punch

Cartier Older Horse: Falbrav

Cartier Horse of the Year: Dalakhani, owned by HH the Aga Khan

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Lord Oaksey

 

2002 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Hold That Tiger 

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Six Perfections

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Rock Of Gibraltar

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Kazzia

Cartier Sprinter: Continent

Cartier Older Horse: Grandera

Cartier Stayer: Vinnie Roe

Cartier Horse of the Year: Rock of Gibraltar, owned by Sir Alex Ferguson & Sue Magnier

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Prince Khalid Abdulla

Cartier Special Award: Tony McCoy

 

2001 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Queen's Logic

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Johannesburg

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Banks Hill

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Galileo

Cartier Stayer: Persian Punch

Cartier Sprinter: Mozart

Cartier Older Horse: Fantastic Light

Cartier Horse of the Year: Fantastic Light, owned by Godolphin

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: John Magnier

 

2000 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Superstar Leo

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Tobougg

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Petrushka

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Sinndar

Cartier Stayer: Kayf Tara

Cartier Sprinter: Nuclear Debate

Older Horse: Kalanisi

Cartier Horse of the Year: Giant's Causeway, owned by Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor

Cartier Millennium Award of Merit: HM The Queen

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: HH the Aga Khan

 

1999 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly:  Torgau

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt:  Fasliyev

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Ramruma

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Montjeu

Cartier Stayer: Kayf Tara

Cartier Sprinter: Stravinsky

Cartier Older Horse: Daylami

Cartier Horse of the Year: Daylami, owned by Godolphin

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Peter Walwyn

 

1998 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Aljabr

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly:  Bint Allayl

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Dream Well

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Cape Verdi

Cartier Sprinter: Tamarisk

Cartier Stayer: Kayf Tara

Cartier Older Horse: Swain

Cartier Horse of the Year: Dream Well, owned by the Niarchos Family

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: The Head Family

 

1997 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Embassy

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Xaar

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Ryafan

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Peintre Celebre 

Cartier Stayer: Celeric

Cartier Sprinter: Royal Applause

Cartier Older Horse: Pilsudski

Cartier Horse of the Year: Peintre Celebre, owned by Daniel Wildenstein

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Sir Peter O'Sullevan

 

1996 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Pas De Reponse

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Bahamian Bounty

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Bosra Sham

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Helissio

Cartier Stayer: Nononito

Cartier Sprinter: Anabaa

Cartier Older Horse: Halling

Cartier Horse of the Year: Helissio, owned by Enrique Sarasola

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Frankie Dettori

 

1995 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Blue Duster

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Alhaarth

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Ridgewood Pearl

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Lammtarra

Cartier Stayer: Double Trigger

Cartier Sprinter: Hever Golf Rose

Cartier Older Horse: Further Flight

Cartier Horse of the Year: Ridgewood Pearl, owned by Anne Coughlan

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: John Dunlop

 

1994 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Gay Gallanta

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Celtic Swing

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Balanchine

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: King's Theatre

Cartier Stayer: Moonax

Cartier Sprinter: Lochsong

Cartier Older Horse: Barathea

Cartier Horse of the Year: Barathea, owned by Sheikh Mohammed

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit:  Marquess of Hartington

 

1993 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Lemon Souffle 

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: First Trump     

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Intrepidity       

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Commander In Chief

Cartier Stayer: Vintage Crop                         

Cartier Sprinter: Lochsong                       

Cartier Older Horse: Opera House                

Cartier Horse of the Year: Lochsong, owned by Jeff Smith    

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Francois Boutin

 

1992 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Lyric Fantasy    

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Zafonic              

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: User Friendly  

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Rodrigo De Triano                         

Cartier Stayer: Drum Taps                        

Cartier Sprinter: Mr Brooks                    

Cartier Older Horse: Mr Brooks                     

Cartier Horse of the Year: User Friendly, owned by Bill Gredley

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Lester Piggott

 

1991 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS

Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Culture Vulture

Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Arazi

Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Kooyonga

Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Suave Dancer

Cartier Stayer: Turgeon

Cartier Sprinter: Sheikh Albadou

Cartier Older Horse: Terimon

Cartier Horse of the Year: Arazi, owned by Allen Paulson & Sheikh Mohammed

Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Henri Chalhoub

 

Winners per category at the Cartier Racing Awards

 

CARTIER HORSE OF THE YEAR

2012 Frankel

2011 Frankel

2010 Goldikova

2009 Sea the Stars

2008 Zarkava

2007 Dylan Thomas

2006 Ouija Board

2005 Hurricane Run

2004 Ouija Board

2003 Dalakhani

2002 Rock of Gibraltar

2001 Fantastic Light

2000 Giant's Causeway

1999 Daylami

1998 Dream Well

1997 Peintre Celebre

1996 Helissio

1995 Ridgewood Pearl

1994 Barathea

1993 Lochsong

1992 User Friendly

1991 Arazi

 

CARTIER OLDER HORSE

2012 Frankel

2011 Cirrus Des Aigles

2010 Goldikova

2009 Goldikova

2008 Duke of Marmalade

2007 Dylan Thomas

2006 Ouija Board

2005 Azamour

2004 Soviet Song

2003 Falbrav

2002 Grandera

2001 Fantastic Light

2000 Kalanisi

1999 Daylami

1998 Swain 

1997 Pilsudski

1996 Halling

1995 Further Flight

1994 Barathea

1993 Opera House

1992 Mr Brooks

1991 Terimon

 

CARTIER STAYER

2012 Colour Vision

2011 Fame And Glory

2010 Rite Of Passage

2009 Yeats

2008 Yeats

2007 Yeats

2006 Yeats

2005 Westerner

2004 Westerner

2003 Persian Punch

2002 Vinnie Roe 

2001 Persian Punch

2000 Kayf Tara

1999 Kayf Tara

1998 Kayf Tara

1997 Celeric

1996 Nononito

1995 Double Trigger

1994 Moonax

1993 Vintage Crop 

1992 Drum Taps

1991 Turgeon

 

CARTIER SPRINTER

2012 Black Caviar

2011 Dream Ahead

2010 Starspangledbanner

2009 Fleeting Spirit

2008 Marchand d'Or

2007 Red Clubs

2006 Reverence

2005 Avonbridge

2004 Somnus

2003 Oasis Dream

2002 Continent

2001 Mozart (IRE)

2000 Nuclear Debate

1999 Stravinsky

1998 Tamarisk

1997 Royal Applause

1996 Anabaa

1995 Hever Golf Rose

1994 Lochsong

1993 Lochsong 

1992 Mr Brooks

1991 Sheikh Albadou

 

CARTIER THREE-YEAR-OLD-COLT

2012 Camelot

2011 Frankel

2010 Workforce

2009 Sea the Stars

2008 New Approach

2007 Authorized

2006 George Washington

2005 Hurricane Run

2004 Bago

2003 Dalakhani

2002 Rock of Gibraltar

2001 Galileo 

2000 Sinndar

1999 Montjeu

1998 Dream Well

1997 Peintre Celebre

1996 Helissio

1995 Lammtarra

1994 King's Theatre

1993 Commander in Chief

1992 Rodrigo de Triano

1991 Suave Dancer

 

CARTIER THREE-YEAR-OLD FILLY

2012 The Fugue

2011 Danedream

2010 Snow Fairy

2009 Sariska 

2008 Zarkava 

2007 Peeping Fawn 

2006 Mandesha

2005 Divine Proportions 

2004 Ouija Board

2003 Russian Rhythm 

2002 Kazzia

2001 Banks Hill

2000 Petrushka 

1999 Ramruma

1998 Cape Verdi 

1997 Ryafan 

1996 Bosra Sham 

1995 Ridgewood Pearl 

1994 Balanchine 

1993 Intrepidity 

1992 User Friendly

1991 Kooyonga 

 

CARTIER TWO-YEAR-OLD COLT

2012 Dawn Approach

2011 Dabirsim

2010 Frankel

2009 St Nicholas Abbey 

2008 Mastercraftsman 

2007 New Approach 

2006 Teofilo 

2005 George Washington 

2004 Shamardal

2003 One Cool Cat 

2002 Hold That Tiger 

2001 Johannesburg

2000 Tobougg

1999 Fasliyev 

1998 Aljabr 

1997 Xaar 

1996 Bahamian Bounty

1995 Alhaarth

1994 Celtic Swing

1993 First Trump 

1992 Zafonic 

1991 Arazi 

 

CARTIER TWO-YEAR-OLD FILLY

2012 Certify

2011 Maybe

2010 Misty For Me

2009 Special Duty 

2008 Rainbow View

2007 Natagora

2006 Finsceal Beo 

2005 Rumplestiltskin 

2004 Divine Proportions 

2003 Attraction

2002 Six Perfections 

2001 Queen's Logic

2000 Superstar Leo

1999 Torgau

1998 Bint Allayl

1997 Embassy

1996 Pas De Reponse

1995 Blue Duster 

1994 Gay Gallanta

1993 Lemon Souffle 

1992 Lyric Fantasy 

1991 Culture Vulture 

 

CARTIER/DAILY TELEGRAPH AWARD OF MERIT

2012 Team Frankel

2011 Barry Hills

2010 Richard Hannon

2009 John Oxx

2008 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

2007 The Niarchos family

2006 Peter Willett

2005 Henry Cecil

2004 David & Patricia Thompson

2003 Lord Oaksey

2002 Prince Khalid Abdullah bin Abdulla

2001 John Magnier

2000 HH the Aga Khan

1999 Peter Walwyn

1998 The Head family

1997 Sir Peter O'Sullevan

1996 Frankie Dettori

1995 John Dunlop

1994 Marquess of Hartington

1993 François Boutin

1992 Lester Piggott

1991 Henri Chalhoub

 

CARTIER MILLENNIUM AWARD OF MERIT

2000 HM The Queen

 

CARTIER SPECIAL AWARD

2002 Tony McCoy

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