In this modern era of horse racing, few thoroughbreds have a race record like Frankel. 

Trained by Sir Henry Cecil, this bay gelding, a son of Galileo out of a talented dam called Kind. 

This blog continues to tell the story of Frankel via his offspring. With a stud fee set at £200,000 - a selective breeding program of exceptionally talented broodmares - it is no surprise his legacy has been carried forth by a new generation of truly talented thoroughbreds. 

Frankel Blog will be dedicated to big races who are fathered by the imperious stallion. Blog posts will include horses racing at pattern class (listed, group, classics). Also, the odd National Hunt performer. 

Our blog will be dedicated to UK racing.


He was unbeaten in fourteen races.

Significant victories included:

Royal Lodge Stakes (2010)
Dewhurst Stakes (2010)
Greenham Stakes (2011)
2000 Guineas Stakes (2011) 
St James Palace Stakes (2011)
Sussex Stakes (2011)
Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (2011)
Lockinge Stakes (2012)
Queen Ann Stakes (2012)
International Stakes (2012)
Champion Stakes (2012)

Award included:

1st in World Thoroughbred Rankings (2011, 2012)
European Horse of the Year 2011, 2012)
European Champion Two-Year-Old Colt (2010)
European Champion Three-Year-Old (2011)
European Champion Older Horse (2012)

Timeform rating 147

Total prize earning: £2,998,302