Cartier Champion Older Horse

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The Cartier Champion Older Horse is an award in European horse racing, founded in 1991, and sponsored by Cartier SA as part of the Cartier Racing Awards. The award winner is decided by points earned in group races plus the votes cast by British racing journalists and readers of the Racing Post and The Daily Telegraph newspapers. [1]

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Records

Most successful horse (2 wins):

Leading trainer (5 wins):

Leading owner (5 wins):

Winners

Year
Horse
AgeGenderBredTrainedTrainer
Owner
1991 Terimon 5HGBGB Lady Beaverbrook Clive Brittain
1992 Mr Brooks 5HGBGB Richard Hannon, Sr. Paul Green
1993 Opera House 5HGBGB Michael Stoute Sheikh Mohammed
1994 Barathea 4CIREGB Luca Cumani Sheikh Mohammed
1995 Further Flight 9GIREGB Barry Hills Simon Wingfield Digby
1996 Halling 5HUSAGB Saeed bin Suroor Godolphin
1997 Pilsudski 5HIREGB Michael Stoute Arnold Weinstock
1998 Swain 6HIREGB Saeed bin Suroor Godolphin
1999 Daylami 5HIREGB Saeed bin Suroor Godolphin
2000 Kalanisi 4CIREGB Michael Stoute Aga Khan IV
2001 Fantastic Light 5HUSAGB Saeed bin Suroor Godolphin
2002 Grandera 4CIREGB Saeed bin Suroor Godolphin
2003 Falbrav 5HIREGB Luca Cumani Scuderia Rencati & Teruya Yoshida
2004 Soviet Song 4FIREGB James Fanshawe Elite Racing Club
2005 Azamour 4CIREIRE John Oxx Aga Khan
2006 Ouija Board 5MGBGB Ed Dunlop Edward Stanley, 19th Earl of Derby
2007 Dylan Thomas 4CIREIRE Aidan O'Brien Sue Magnier and Michael Tabor
2008 Duke of Marmalade 4CIREIRE Aidan O'Brien Sue Magnier and Michael Tabor
2009 Goldikova 4FIREFR Freddy Head Wertheimer et Frère
2010 Goldikova 5MIREFR Freddy Head Wertheimer et Frère
2011 Cirrus des Aigles 5GFRFRCorine Barande-BarbeJean-Claude-Alain Dupouy
2012 Frankel 4CGBGB Henry Cecil Khalid Abdullah
2013 Moonlight Cloud 5MGBFR Freddy Head George Strawbridge
2014 Noble Mission 5HGBGBJane Cecil Khalid Abdullah
2015 Solow 5GGBFR Freddy Head Wertheimer et Frère
2016 Found 4FIREIRE Aidan O'Brien Magnier, Smith and Tabor
2017 Ulysses 4CIREGB Michael Stoute Flaxman Stables
2018 Enable 4FGBGB John Gosden Khalid Abdullah
2019 Enable [2] 5MGBGB John Gosden Khalid Abdullah
2020 Ghaiyyath [3] 5HIREGB Charlie Appleby Godolphin

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References

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  2. Scargill, Peter (12 November 2019). "Enable scoops second Cartier Horse of the Year award". Racing Post .
  3. Rennie, Matt (19 November 2020). "Ghaiyyath gets Cartier coronation after being crowned Horse of the Year". Racing Post .