2017

Marsha, Nunthorpe Stakes (Group 1)
Marsha, Palace House Stakes (Group 3)

2016

Marsha, Prix de l’Abbaye (Group 1)
Marsha, City Walls Stakes (Listed)
Marsha, Land O’Burns Fillies Stakes (Listed)
Pallasator, Henry II Stakes (Group 3)
Time Warp, Prix De Pontarme (Listed)
Red Box, Valiant Stakes (Listed)

2015

Pallasator, Doncaster Cup (Group 2)
Don’t Be, Conqueror Stakes (Listed)
Don’t Be, Cooley Fillies Stakes (Listed)
Don’t Be, Quebec (Listed)
Time Warp, Criterium De L’Quest (Listed)
Alwilda, Silberness Band (Listed)

2014

Athenian, Coolmore Stud Cup (Listed)
Celestial Path, Ascendant Stakes (Listed)
Pallasator, Fenwolf (Listed)

2012

Worthad, Badener Meile (Group 2)
Clinical, Princess Elizabeth Stakes (Group3)

Marsha wins the Nunthorpe Stakes (Grp 1) at the Ebor
Festival for Elite Racing ridden by Luke Morris

Pallasator wins the Doncaster Cup (Grp 2)
for Qatar Racing under Andrea Atzeni

2017
Won
48
£ 422,676.91
Placed
144
£ 429,487.87
Ran
275
Win
17%
Win & Placed
70%
Total Prize Money
£ 852,164.78
2016
Won
58
£ 542,306.84
Placed
94
£ 311,891.19
Ran
290
Win
20%
Win & Placed
52.5%
Total Prize Money
£ 854,198.03
2015
Won
63
£ 447,879.61
Placed
108
£ 218,412.01
Ran
325
Win
16.53%
Win & Placed
52.62%
Total Prize Money
£ 666,291.62
2014
Won
40
£ 193,435.67
Placed
69
£ 139,054.29
Ran
242
Win
16,53%
Win & Placed
45.04%
Total Prize Money
£ 332,489.96
2013
Won
40
£ 130,087.65
Placed
89
£ 95,468.26
Ran
231
Win
17.5%
Win & Placed
56%
Total Prize Money
£ 225,555.91
2012
Won
52
£ 222,219.13
Placed
126
£ 217,219.13
Ran
267
Win
19.48%
Win & Placed
66.67%
Total Prize Money
£ 440,188.67
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