Champions into Stallions
In recent years, a succession of top-class graduates from Clarehaven have earned their place at stud. Having achieved champion status in their racing career these horses are now enjoying successful careers as stallions.
Trained at Clarehaven 2016 – 2022, now standing at the National Stud, Newmarket.
Champion stayer, winner of three Ascot Gold Cups and four Goodwood Cups, winner of 20 of his 35 starts and £3.5m in prize money
Trained at Clarehaven 2019-2022, now standing at Haras de Montfort et Preaux, Normandy, France
Winner of the Prix du Jockey Club, Juddmonte International, Sheema Classic and the Saudi Cup with prize money earnings of £11.9m.
Trained at Clarehaven 2019 – 2021, now standing at Dalham Hall Stud, Newmarket
Outstanding miler, winner of five Group 1s, including St James’s Palace and Prix Jaques le Marois at Deauville twice.
Too Darn Hot
Trained at Clarehaven 2018-19, now standing at Dalham Hall Stud, Newmarket
Unbeaten champion 2-year-old, winner of the Dewhurst Stakes and winner of the Sussex Stakes and Prix Jean Prat as a 3-year-old.
Trained at Clarehaven 2018-19, now standing at Coolmore Stud, Tipperary, Ireland
Unbeaten 2-year-old and winner of the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot, Group 2 winning sprinter as a 3-year-old.
Trained at Clarehaven 2016-18, now standing at Dalham Hall Stud, Newmarket
Champion 3-year-old colt and four-time Group 1 winner, including dual winner of Champion Stakes at Ascot. Sire of an exciting first crop of juveniles.
Trained at Clarehaven 2013-14, now standing at Banstead Manor Stud, Newmarket
Champion 3-year-old and four-time Group 1 winner. Outstanding sire, progeny include Group 1 winners Palace Pier, Kinross and Commissioning.
Trained at Clarehaven 2010-12, now standing at Newsells Park Stud, Hertfordshire
Winner of the Eclipse and King George. Sire of dual Arc winner Enable, Derby winner Desert Crown and Group 1 winner Lady Bowthorpe.
Trained at Clarehaven 2009-10, now standing at Whitsbury Manor Stud, Hampshire
High-class Group winning 2-y.o and one of Europe’s leading stallions. Sire of two Commonwealth Gold Cup winners and six sons that have retired to stud.