Cartier Champion Three-year-old Colt

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The Cartier Champion Three-year-old Colt 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 Daily Telegraph newspapers.[1]

Records[edit]

Leading trainer (5 wins):


Leading owner (5 wins):

Winners[edit]

Year
Horse
Bred Trained Trainer
Owner
1991 Suave Dancer USA FR John Hammond Henri Chalhoub
1992 Rodrigo de Triano USA GB Peter Chapple-Hyam Robert Sangster
1993 Commander in Chief GB GB Henry Cecil Khalid Abdullah
1994 King's Theatre IRE GB Henry Cecil Sheikh Mohammed
1995 Lammtarra USA GB Saeed bin Suroor Saeed al Maktoum
1996 Helissio FR FR Elie Lellouche Enrique Sarasola
1997 Peintre Celebre USA FR Andre Fabre Daniel Wildenstein
1998 Dream Well FR FR Pascal Bary Niarchos family
1999 Montjeu IRE FR John Hammond Michael Tabor
2000 Sinndar IRE IRE John Oxx Aga Khan IV
2001 Galileo IRE IRE Aidan O'Brien Sue Magnier and Michael Tabor
2002 Rock of Gibraltar IRE IRE Aidan O'Brien Sue Magnier and Alex Ferguson
2003 Dalakhani IRE FR Alain de Royer-Dupre Aga Khan IV
2004 Bago FR FR Jonathan Pease Niarchos family
2005 Hurricane Run IRE FR Andre Fabre Michael Tabor
2006 George Washington IRE IRE Aidan O'Brien Magnier, Smith and Tabor
2007 Authorized IRE GB Peter Chapple-Hyam Saleh Al Homaizi and Imad Al Sagar
2008 New Approach IRE IRE Jim Bolger Princess Haya of Jordan
2009 Sea the Stars IRE IRE John Oxx Christopher Tsui
2010 Workforce GB GB Michael Stoute Khalid Abdullah
2011 Frankel GB GB Henry Cecil Khalid Abdullah
2012 Camelot GB IRE Aidan O'Brien Magnier, Smith and Tabor
2013 Magician IRE IRE Aidan O'Brien Magnier, Smith and Tabor
2014 Kingman GB GB John Gosden Khalid Abdullah
2015 Golden Horn GB GB John Gosden Anthony Oppenheimer
2016 Almanzor FR FR Jean-Claude Rouget Ecurie Antonio Caro
2017 Cracksman GB GB John Gosden Anthony Oppenheimer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marcus Armytage (13 November 2012). "Cartier Awards 2012: Frankel sweeps board and takes top honour for second year". Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2013-02-09.