Godolphin (Stanley House) Stables
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1893-1903 15th Earl of Derby and Lord Stanley
Stanley House was built by Edward Henry Stanley, the 15th Earl of Derby, and his son, Lord Stanley, in 1893, although the 15th Earl died on 21st April 1893. Prior to the building of the House the land had been owned by the formidable Caroline, Duchess of Montrose. During the period of development of the House the Earl also revived his stud interest at Knowsley, putting John Griffiths as his Stud Manager, while Halter Alston was given the task of managing the Stanley House Stud. The newly 'crowned' 16th Earl of Derby took a significant interest in horse racing, but he was also responsible for launching the Canadian Stanley Cup awarded to the top ice hockey team. He was Governor of Canada for a time, and in 1895 he took out a lease on Bedford Lodge which cost £1,850 per annum. Lord Derby employed George Lambton, aged just 33, as his personal trainer at Bedford Lodge, but at Christmas 1901 the lease expired after being held by the Earl of Derby for 6 years. In the meantime, the 16th Earl built and extended the Stanley House Stable block, which included a magnificent clock tower, particularly useful to ensure his stable hands kept good time.

NEWMARKET RACECOURSES
For over 4 centuries racing has been staged in Newmarket, but how have the racecourses evolved from an initial starting point at Fleam Dyke Pumping Station, some 8 miles from the town, with a winning post barely 200 metres from the town centre, into two world recognized, excellent racecourses and a universal acceptance that Newmarket is the Headquarters of racing?
To access an interactive racecourse map showing over 50 individually named racecourses CLICK HERE. The map will enable you to:-
1. Determine when extended races over 8 miles, 6 miles and 4 miles began to be replaced by the courses now visited by thousands annually;
2. Consider how the challenge of crossing the Devil's Dyke was overcome;
3. Contemplate why the town no longer has a steeplechase course despite having at least 5 courses during the past 2 centuries;
4. Examine the practicalities of having up to 48 starting posts and winning posts;
5. Appreciate that it was not financially viable to have an open racecourse spread widely across the heath, with a finishing post barely 200 metres from the town centre;
6. Research how and why the Cambridgeshire Handicap has been contested over 3 different courses.
NOTE: The map does not make mention of 2 particular courses:-
(i) Sefton Course (also known as the Cambridge Road Course)
Source: 1970 Raceform.  Used from 1959 to 1975.
(ii) New Circular Course
The Circular Handicap was run on Friday 29th October 1875 on the New Circular Course of about two miles.
Source: London Standard (30th October 1875): ''the horses started near the Turn of the Lands, ran back way of the Cambridgeshire Course towards the Ditch, and afterwards proceeded down the side of the Tan Gallop, and turned into the Rowley Mile near the Bretby Stakes starting post, finishing at the stand at the end of the flat. Except in the hollow near the Cambridgeshire start the runners should have been visible all the way if the sky had been bright and clear''.
Another report hoped that the Circular Handicap would become a feature in future programmes, as it would be contested in front of the new grandstand which would be completed in about a year and would be able to accommodate thousands.
(I am grateful to Tim Cox for bringing attention to these 2 courses.)
Enjoy researching the intriguing history of Newmarket and its many racecourses.
To enjoy the experience of a day at Newmarket races in May 1838 CLICK HERE

1903-1926 George Lambton
The Honourable George Lambton, 5th son of the 2nd Earl of Durham, was born on 23rd December 1860 and educated at Winchester, Eton and Trinity College Cambridge. He hoped to have a career as a jockey, winning the 1888 Grand Steeplechase de Paris on Parasang, but he was badly injured in a steeplechase at Sandown Park in 1892. Within a year he had been appointed private trainer to the Earl of Derby, and during his time at Bedford Lodge he trained Canterbury Pilgrim (SR 1902) to win the 1896 Epsom Oaks. In 1903 George moved with the Earl to the newly built Stanley House Stables where he was extremely successful, winning the Trainer's Championship in 1906, 1911 and 1912. He also won 9 English Classics during his first spell at Stanley House, starting with the 1906 Epsom Oaks with Keystone II (SR 1927), followed by a 1910 St Leger victory with Swynford (SR 1978).

I am grateful to Ordnance Survey (© Crown Copyright) for permission to use the 1836 map shown above. Godolphin is 8
He then chalked up 3 consecutive victories in the 1000 Guineas, beginning in 1916 with Canyon (SR 1896), followed the next year by Diadem (SR 2018), and again in 1918 with the outsider Ferry (SR 1871). In 1919 he won the St Leger again, this time with Keysoe (SR 1920), while in 1923 he won the 1000 Guineas with Tranquil (SR 1951), aand although Tranquil went on to win the St Leger, she was temporarily trained by Charles Morton. In 1924 he won the Epsom Derby with Sansovino (SR 1985), while 2 years later he won the 1926 2000 Guineas for the one and only time with Colorado (SR 2005). In 1926 George Lambton stood down from his role as trainer to become racing manager, being replaced by Frank Butters who was appointed private trainer for the 17th Earl of Derby, albeit for just 4 years. The general strike of 1926, and general state of the economy, caused Lord Derby to rethink his racing priorities, and he cut back on his string. In 1931 George Lambton resumed his role as trainer, meaning Frank Butters became temporarily unemployed, but shortly afterwards he moved to Fitzroy House. In 1933 George Lambton was finally replaced by Colledge Leader.
1902 Gimcrack Stakes CHAUCER owned by 16th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Danny Maher
1905 Liverpool Summer Cup CHAUCER 100/8 owned by 16th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by E Wheatley
1906 Epsom Oaks KEYSTONE II (SR 1927) 5/2 fav owned by 16th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Danny Maher
1906 Coronation Stakes KEYSTONE II 8/13 fav owned by 16th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Danny Maher
1906 Liverpool Summer Cup CHAUCER 8/1 owned by 16th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Danny Maher
1910 Liverpool Summer Cup SWYNFORD owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by F Wootton
1910 Hardwicke Stakes SYWNFORD 7/1 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by F Wootton
1910 St Leger SWYNFORD (SR 1978) 9/2 owned by the 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Frank Wootton
1911 Hardwicke Stakes SWYNFORD 4/11 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by F Wootton
1911 Chippenham Plate SWYNFORD owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by F Wootton
1911 Prince of Wales's Stakes at Newmarket SWYNFORD 3/1 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by F Wootton
1911 Eclipse Stakes SWYNFORD 10/11 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by F Wootton
1912 Champion Stakes STEDFAST owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Frank Wootton
1916 New Coventry Stakes DIADEM 10/1 owned by Lord D'Abernon, trained by George Lambton and ridden by J H Martin
1916 1000 Guineas CANYON (SR 1896) 9/2 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Fred Rickaby
1916 Moulton Stakes DIADEM owned by Lord D'Abernon, trained by George Lambton and ridden by J H Martin
1917 1000 Guineas DIADEM (SR 2018) 6/4 owned by Lord D'Abernon, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Fred Rickaby
1918 1000 Guineas FERRY (SR 1871) 50/1 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Brownie Carslake
1919 King's Stand Stakes DIADEM 7/2 owned by Lord D'Abernon, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Steve Donoghue
1919 Challenge Stakes DIADEM 2/9 fav owned by Lord D'Abernon, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Steve Donoghue

TOP NEWMARKET STABLE AT ROYAL ASCOT IN 1910

At the 1910 Royal Ascot meeting Newmarket Stables won about a third of the first place prize money and were overshadowed by other prominent racing centres. Six different Newmarket Stables provided winners, with the Honourable George Lambton leading the way.
George Lambton
Hardwicke Stakes:-SWYNFORD (7/1)
Andrew Joyner
Windsor Castle Stakes:-BORROW (5/2 fav)
Queen Anne Stakes:-WHISK BROOM (1/3 fav)
All-Aged Stakes:-NEW CASTLE II (4/9 fav)
Peter Gilpin
Triennial 3rd Leg:-SHIKAREE (5/1)
Jersey Stakes:-ADMIRAL HAWKE (8/15 fav)
Samuel Pickering
Queen Alexandra Stakes:-LAGOS (5/1)
Captain Dewhurst
Wokingham Handicap:-GALLEOT (20/1)
F Butters
Fern Hills Stakes:-MUSHROOM (7/1)

1919 Nassau Stakes KEYSOE 13/8 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Brownie Carslake
1919 Newmarket Oaks KEYSOE 2/7 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Brownie Carslake
1919 St Leger KEYSOE (SR 1920) 100/8 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Brownie Carslake
1920 King's Stand Stakes DIADEM 5/6 fav owned by Lord D'Abernon, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Steve Donoghue
1920 Rous Memorial Stakes DIADEM (walked over) owned by Lord D'Abernon, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Steve Donoghue
1920 All-Aged Stakes at Ascot DIADEM 1/4 fav owned by Lord D'Abernon, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Steve Donoghue
1923 1000 Guineas TRANQUIL (SR 1951) 5/2 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Ted Gardner
1923 Gimcrack Stakes SANSOVINO 5/4 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Brownie Carslake
1923 Newmarket Oaks TRANQUIL 4/9 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston


1923 Jockey Club Cup TRANQUIL 1/5 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston
1924 Epsom Derby SANSOVINO (SR 1985) 9/2 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston
1924 Prince of Wales's Stakes SANSOVINO 4/9 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston
1924 Champion Stakes PHAROS owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston
1925 Coventry Stakes COLORADO 5/1 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston
1926 2000 Guineas COLORADO (SR 2005) 100/8 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston

1926-1930 Frank Butters
Frank Butters, son of racehorse trainer Joe Butters, was born in Austria in 1878 where his father trained for a time, and Frank launched his own training career in Austria before the start of the First World War. Between 1914 and 1918 he was interned, but then moved to Italy to continue training. In 1926 he was enticed by the 17th Earl of Derby to move to England as private trainer at Stanley House, Newmarket where he enjoyed enormous success. In his 4 years at Stanley House he trained Beam (SR 1909) to win the 1927 Epsom Oaks, Toboggan (SR 1990) to win the 1928 Epsom Oaks, Fairway (SR 2125) to win the 1928 St Leger and Fair Isle (SR 1893) to win the 1930 1000 Guineas. However, as the 4 year lease came to an end, and after being crowned Champion Trainer in 1927 and 1928, Lord Derby decided that the economic climate was not right to continue in racing, leaving Frank to lease Fitzroy House and become a public trainer, training for the likes of HH Aga Khan, the 5th Earl of Durham, Prince Aly Khan, Sir Alfred Butt and Mr A W Gordon.
1927 Epsom Oaks BEAM (SR 1909) 4/1 owned by the 3rd Earl of Durham, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston
1927 Prince of Wales's Stakes COLORADO 4/1 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston
1927 Eclipse Stakes COLORADO 10/11 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston
1928 Epsom Oaks TOBOGGAN (SR 1990) 100/15 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston
1928 Eclipse Stakes FAIRWAY 9/2 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston
1928 St Leger FAIRWAY (SR 2125) 7/4 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston
1928 Champion Stakes FAIRWAY owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston
1929 Champion Stakes FAIRWAY owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston
1930 1000 Guineas FAIR ISLE (SR 1893) 7/4 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Frank Butters and ridden by Tommy Weston

1931-1933 George Lambton
After Frank Butters left for Fitzroy House, George Lambton, who had acted as Racing Manager for Lord Derby, resumed his training duties which a much-reduced string, although that string did contain a real gem in the form of Hyperion. The colt won the Dewhurst Stakes and New Stakes as a two-year-old, although his odds of 6/1 and 100/7 respectively did not send out too many signals about what was to come in 1933. The colt won the Chester Vase at 15/8 on his 3-year-old debut before going on to record a resounding 4 length success over King Salmon in the Epsom Derby. Hyperion then won the Prince of Wales's Stakes when odds on, and justified being made 6/4 favourite to win the St Leger. Towards the end of the 1933 season George Lambton was finally replaced by Colledge Leader, although he had been a magnificent servant to the Earl's of Derby.
1932 Dewhurst Stakes HYPERION 100/7 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston
1932 New Stakes HYPERION 6/1 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston
1933 Epsom Derby HYPERION (SR 2248) 6/1 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommoy Weston
1933 St Leger HYPERION (SR 2248) 6/4 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by George Lambton and ridden by Tommy Weston

1933-1938 Colledge Leader
Colledge Leader was born in 1883 in Wroughton, Wiltshire, son of the racehorse trainer Thomas and his wife Rose Leader (nee Mathews). Colledge took over training duties at Machell Place from George Chaloner, listing Lord Harewood and J Bunny Leigh amongst his owners. Towards the end of the 1933 season he became private trainer to Lord Derby at Stanley House Stables, replacing George Lambton. He inherited the Classic winner Hyperion (SR 2248), although the horse did not perform as well for Colledge, but he did enjoy an extremely successful stud career. Colledge trained 2 Classic winners, 1935 Epsom Oaks Quashed (SR 1922) and 1936 1000 Guineas Tide-way (SR 1825) during his time at Stanley House, and also won 1936 Ascot Gold Cup with Quashed for Lord Stanley. Colledge died on 9th December 1938 at Fairway on the Bury Road, and was succeeded by Walter Earl in January 1939.
1935 Epsom Oaks QUASHED (SR 1922) 33/1 owned by Lord Stanley, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Henri Jelliss
1935 Fulbourne Stakes TIDE-WAY 6/4 fav owned by Lord Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman
1935 Ham Produce Stakes TIDE-WAY 9/4 fav owned by Lord Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman

1935 Ellesmere Stakes BUNKER evens fav owned by Lord Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman
1935 Waterbeach Handicap SHINING TOR 7/4 fav owned by Lord Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman
1935 Jockey Club Cup QUASHED 5/4 fav owned by Lord Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Tommy Weston
1936 1000 Guineas TIDE-WAY (SR 1825) 100/30 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman
1936 Ascot Gold Cup QUASHED owned by Lord Stanley, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman
1936 Great Metropolitan Handicap QUASHED 7/2 (dead-heated) owned by Lord Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman
1936 Ormonde Stakes QUASHED 7/4 fav owned by Lord Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman
1936 Jockey Club Cup QUASHED 2/5 fav owned by Lord Derby, trained by Colledge Leader and ridden by Dick Perryman

1939-1949 Walter Earl
Walter Earl began his training career in 1920, with Robert Sievier as one of his most high-profile owners. In 1924 Walter moved to Moulton Maddocks Stable as private trainer to Solly Joel, winning the 1925 Eclipse Stakes with Polyphontes, the 1928 Lincoln with Dark Warrior, the 1926 Goodwood Cup with Glommen and the 1926 Ebor and 1928 Doncaster Cup with Pons Asinorum. When Solly Joel died in 1931 Walter continued to train, but as a public trainer. In December 1938 he was appointed private trainer to Lord Derby, moving to Stanley House Stables on 1st January 1939 to take charge of 45 horses, gaining his first Classic success in the substitute Derby, run at Newmarket, with Watling Street (SR 2002). He gained further Classic successes in 1943 with Herringbone (SR 1988) in the 1000 Guineas and St Leger, in the 1944 2000 Guineas with Garden Path (SR 1908), and the 1945 1000 Guineas and Oaks with Sunstream (SR 2032). Arguably his best horse Alycidon did not win a classic, but did win the 1949 Ormonde Stakes, Ascot Gold Cup, Goodwood Cup and Doncaster Cup. Walter collapsed at Newmarket races in April 1949 and again in July 1949, after which he underwent an operation for a brain tumour, but tragically he died in September 1950 from that brain tumour.
1942 New Derby WATLING STREET (SR 2002) 6/1 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Harry Wragg
1943 New 1000 Guineas HERRINGBONE (SR 1988) 15/2 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Harry Wragg
1943 St Leger HERRINGBONE (SR 1988) 100/6 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Harry Wragg
1944 2000 Guineas GARDEN PATH (SR 1908) 5/1 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Harry Wragg
1945 1000 Guineas SUNSTREAM (SR 2032) 5/2 owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Harry Wragg
1945 Oaks SUNSTREAM (SR 2032) 6/4 fav owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Harry Wragg
1946 Eclipse Stakes GULF STREAM owned by 17th Earl of Derby, trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Harry Wragg
1948 Prince of Wales's Stakes ALYCIDON owned by 18th Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley), trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Doug Smith
1948 Jockey Club Stakes ALYCIDON owned by 18th Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley), trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Doug Smith
1949 Ormonde Stakes ALYCIDON owned by 18th Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley), trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Doug Smith
1949 Ascot Gold Cup ALYCIDON owned by 18th Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley), trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Doug Smith
1949 Goodwood Cup ALYCIDON owned by 18th Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley), trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Doug Smith
1949 Doncaster Cup ALYCIDON owned by 18th Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley), trained by Walter Earl and ridden by Doug Smith

1950-55 George Colling, Humphrey Cottrill (assistant), Willie Pratt
George Scott Colling, son of racehorse trainer Bob Colling, was born at Habton, near Malton in Yorkshire and brought up surrounded by horses. His father was Master of Hounds, while his mother was the daughter of Robert L'Anson who had ridden Wild Monarch to win the 1879 Grand Steeplechase de Paris, and had contested 10 Grand Nationals, finishing second in 1872 when aboard Scarrington behind the Edward Brayley owned Casse Tete. George was apprentice to his father, along with his brother Jack, and in 1919 he rode 72 winners, but once weight became an issue in 1922 he decided to embark on a training career. He began to learn his trade whilst assisting brother Jack, who was based in Newmarket, and by 1935 was ready to apply for his licence. He trained at Hurworth House, but during the Second World War he was in the Royal Artillery, although after the War had ended he resumed his training career at Hurworth House where he famously guided Nimbus (SR 2012), bred by William Hill, to Classic succeses in the 1949 2000 Guineas and Epsom Derby. In 1950 he was enticed to Stanley House Stables by Lord Derby, taking over from Walter Earl. During his spell at Stanley House he was assisted between 1950 and 1952 by Humphrey Cottrill, although in June 1952 Cottrill moved across to La Grange as private trainer to Major Lionel Holliday. The most successful horse George Colling was associated with during this period of his life was Wilwyn, who won the 1952 Rous Memorial Stakes and Great Yorkshire Stakes before being sent to USA, along with George's assistant Jack Waugh, to land the inaugural running of the Washington DC International Stakes. Wilwyn returned to England for the 1953 season, winning the Queen Anne's Plate, Limekiln Stakes and John Porter Stakes. George left Stanley House at the end of the 1955 season, returning to train at Hurworth House despite suffering from ill health, which was a constant worry for him, and he died on Saturday 18th April 1959.
1952 Rous Memorial Stakes WILWYN 8/11 fav owned by Robert C Boucher, trained by George Colling and ridden by Manny Mercer
1952 Great Yorkshire Stakes WILWYN 9/100 fav owned by Robert C Boucher, trained by George Colling and ridden by Manny Mercer
1952 Washington DC International Stakes WILWYN owned by Robert C Boucher, trained by George Colling and Jack Waugh and ridden by Manny Mercer
1953 Queen Anne's Plate WILWYN 1/7 fav owned by Robert C Boucher, trained by George Colling and ridden by Manny Mercer
1953 John Porter Stakes WILWYN 7/4 owned by Robert C Boucher, trained by George Colling and ridden by Manny Mercer
1953 Limekiln Stakes WILWYN 13/8 fav owned by Robert C Boucher, trained by George Colling and ridden by Manny Mercer

1956-1963 J F (Jack) Watts
The Watts family have a long association with racing, John Watts rode 19 Classic winners from 1883 to 1897, his son J E Watts won two Classics, J F (Jack) Watts trained the 1964 St Leger winner Indiana, while his son Bill Watts began training in Newmarket in 1968. J F (Jack) Watts, who began training in 1949, trained at Stanley House for Lord Derby after replacing the retired George Colling in 1956, having trained at Wroughton House stables since 1949. In July 1955 Lord Derby expressed a wish to become a private stable once again, but George Colling felt that he owed a debt of gratitude to several owners with whom he had a long association, and declined Lord Derby's offer to continue training for him in the 1956 season. Therefore, Lord Derby invited J F 'Jack' Watts to take charge at Stanley House, at the start of the 1956 season, with Doug Smith retaining his position as stable jockey. At the end of the 1963 season he left Stanley House, moving to Machell Place in 1964, training a stable of 50 horses. He retired from the training ranks in 1973 and died in Newmarket in February 1988 aged 76.

1964-1975 Bernard Van Cutsem
Bernard Henry Richard Harcourt Van Cutsem, born on 23rd January 1916, was the son of Henry Harcourt Van Cutsem and Eleanor Mary Josephine Southwell Trafford. Bernard was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge before taking up the post of Second Lieutenant in the Life Guards during the Second World War. He then bred horses at Northmore Farm, Exning and trained at Stanley House Stables, training High Top (SR 2030) to win the 1972 2000 Guineas, Park Top to win the 1969 Coronation Cup and Hardwicke Stakes, Sharpen Up to win the 1971 Middle Park Stakes, and Karabas to win the 1970 Hardwicke Stakes. He was married, and divorced, twice and died on 8th December 1975 aged just 59.
1967 Ribblesdale Stakes PARK TOP 9/2 owned by 11th Duke of Devonshire, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Russ Maddock
1969 Coronation Cup PARK TOP 11/4 owned by 11th Duke of Devonshire, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott
1969 Hardwicke Stakes PARK TOP 11/8 owned by 11th Duke of Devonshire, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Geoff Lewis
1969 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth II Stakes PARK TOP owned by 11th Duke of Devonshire, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott
1969 Prix Foy PARK TOP owned by 11th Duke of Devonshire, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott
1970 Cumberland Lodge Stakes PARK TOP 4/5 fav owned by 11th Duke of Devonshire, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott
1970 La Coupe PARK TOP owned by 11th Duke of Devonshire, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott
1970 Hardwicke Stakes KARABAS 11/8 owned by Lord Iveagh, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott
1971 Seaton Delaval Stakes SHARPEN UP owned by Mimi Van Cutsem, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott
1971 Middle Park Stakes SHARPEN UP 5/6 fav owned by Mimi Van Cutsem, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott
1971 Observer Gold Cup HIGH TOP 11/2 owned by Sir Jules Thorn, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Willie Carson
1972 Thirsk Classic Trial HIGH TOP owned by Sir Jules Thorn, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Willie Carson
1972 2000 Guineas HIGH TOP 85/40 (SR 2030) owned by Sir Jules Thorn, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Willie Carson
1972 Observer Gold Cup NOBLE DECREE 8/1 owned by Nelson Bunker Hunt, trained by Bernard Van Cutsem and ridden by Lester Piggott

1965-1977 Stanley House Handicap over 1 mile
In the mid-1960s six of the most prestigious, historical racing stables in Newmarket were honoured by having races named after them on the July course on the Saturday of the late August meeting. One of the six selected was Stanley House Stables, although one of the first to be dropped when replaced by the Philip Cornes series, with results shown below:-
1965 Stanley House Handicap was won by HETTY (5/1) ridden by Lester Piggott
1966 Stanley House Handicap was won by ARDNEALA (8/1) trained by Fred Armstrong and ridden by Ray Still
1967 Stanley House Handicap was won by SOCIAL BEE (3/1) trained by Fred Maxwell and ridden by George Moore
1968 Stanley House Handicap was won by SKY VALLEY (7/4 fav) trained by Ryan Jarvis and ridden by Murtagh
1969 Stanley House Handicap was won by MOUNT MELODY (2/1 fav) trained by R Johnson-Houghton and ridden by Lester Piggott
1970 Stanley House Handicap was won by BENEFICIENT (100/9) trained by W Holden and ridden by Ray Still
1971 Stanley House Handicap was won by PROMOTE (5/1) trained by Scoby Breasley and ridden by Jimmy Lindley
1972 Stanley House Handicap was won by KING PELE (9/1) trained by Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and ridden by D Guest
1973 Stanley House Handicap was won by WANDERING (4/1) trained by Philip Robinson and ridden by Greville Starkey
1974 Stanley House Handicap was won by PATULA (9/2) trained by Harry Wragg and ridden by Ernie Johnson
1975 Stanley House Handicap was won by SUPREME LAD (6/1) trained by Michael Jarvis and ridden by M L Thomas
1976 Stanley House Handicap was won by WELSH FLAME (11/8) trained by Bruce Hobbs and ridden by Geoff Baxter
1977 Stanley House Handicap was won by RED CHRIS (8/1) trained by Michael Jarvis and ridden by Bruce Raymond

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1976-1989 Gavin Pritchard-Gordon
Gavin Pritchard-Gordon, born in October 1945, travelled to Newmarket in 1966 to join the Harvey Leader Shalfleet Stable before moving to Lambourn to become assistant trainer to Peter Walwyn. Having gained further experience with Walwyn he decided that he could broaden his experience still further by spending time with Stuart Murless at the Curragh. In 1972 Harvey Leader decided to retire, which provided Gavin with the perfect opportunity to apply for his own trainer's licence and take charge at Shalfleet. Within a year he had trained King Pele to win the 1973 Gloucester Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival, and to show his ability on both codes Gavin won the 1976 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot with Ardoon in the hands of Brian Taylor. In 1974 Oliver Sherwood began his racing career as pupil assistant to Gavin Pritchard Gordon. Arguably the best horse Gavin trained was Noalcoholic who won the 1982 Criterion Stakes, the Challenge Stakes and the Prix Messidor, while he also won the 1983 Lockinge Stakes and Sussex Stakes. He moved from Shalfleet to take charge at Stanley House Stables, but in 1989 he sold that establishment to the Maktoum family and, with the proceeds, he purchased Graham Place from Bill O'Gorman for a record amount for a training complex. At that time Graham Place stood in 1 3/4 acres of prime land close to the two racecourses and on the edge of the High Street, and boasted stabling for 54 horses. He retired from training in 1995, taking up a short-term post with the BHB, followed by a longer spell as Chief Executive of the Thoroughbred Breeders Association.
1976 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot ARDOON 11/2 owned by Frank Feeney, trained by Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and ridden by Brian Taylor
1982 Criterion Stakes NOALCOHOLIC owned by William Du Pont III, trained by Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and ridden by George Duffield
1982 Prix Messidor NOALCOHOLIC owned by William Du Pont III, trained by Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and ridden by George Duffield
1982 Challenge Stakes NOALCOHOLIC 5/2 fav owned by William Du Pont III, trained by Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and ridden by George Duffield
1983 Lockinge Stakes NOALCOHOLIC 7/2 owned by William Du Pont III, trained by Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and ridden by George Duffield
1983 Sussex Stakes NOALCOHOLIC 18/1 owned by William Du Pont III, trained by Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and ridden by George Duffield

1989-1999 John Gosden
John Harry Martin Gosden OBE, son of racehorse trainer John 'Towser' Gosden, was born in Lewes, Sussex on 30th March 1951 and was educated at Eastbourne College before studying Economics at Emmanuel College Cambridge, where he met his future wife, Rachel Hood, who was studying Law. John, who was a keen, talented sportsman who gained blues in discus and javelin, joined the legendary trainer Vincent O'Brien as assistant trainer on leaving Cambridge, and then moved to assist Sir Noel Murless in Newmarket. He tasted Classic success under both of his mentors, each stable winning the Derby, Oaks and St Leger during his time with them. In order to gain further experience John moved to California, assisting trainer Tommy Doyle before taking out his own American Trainers License in 1979. A decade late John returned to Newmarket, training at Stanley House Stables. He won 2 English Classics during his time at Stanley House; in 1996 Shantou won the St Leger, while a year later Benny the Dip won the 1997 Epsom Derby At the end of the 1999 season John transferred to Manton Stables, Wiltshire, leaving David Loder to take over at Stanley House Stables.
1991 Sun Chariot Stakes RISTNA 4/1 owned by George Strawbridge, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Willie Carson
1992 Diadem Stakes WOLFHOUND 4/1 owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Steve Cauthen
1991 Prix de L'Abbaye de Longchamp KEEN HUNTER 115/10 owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Steve Cauthen
1992 Irish St Leger MASHAALLAH (SR 1897) 11/4 fav owned by Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Steve Cauthen
1992 Prix de la Foret WOLFHOUND owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Pat Eddery
1993 Cheveley Park Stakes PROPHECY 2/1 owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Pat Eddery
1993 Diadem Stakes CATRAIL 10/11 fav owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Michael Roberts
1993 Goodwood Cup SONUS 4/1 owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Pat Eddery
1993 Haydock Sprint Cup WOLFHOUND 7/2 owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Michael Roberts
1993 Irish Champion Stakes MUHTARRAM 7/1 owned by Hamdan Al Maktoum, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Willie Carson
1994 Lockinge Stakes EMPEROR JONES 11/2 owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1994 Prince of Wales's Stakes MUHTARRAM 6/4 fav owned by Hamdan Al Maktoum, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Willie Carson
1995 Prince of Wales's Stakes MUHTARRAM 5/1 owned by Hamdan Al Maktoum, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Willie Carson
1995 Prix Jean Prat TORRENTIAL 13/5 owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1995 Prix de la Salamandre LORD OF MEN 6/1 owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1996 Royal Lodge Stakes BENNY THE DIP 9/4 fav owned by Charles Landon Knight, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Walter Swinburn
1996 St Leger SHANTOU (SR 1918) 8/1 owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1996 Prix Marcel Boussac RYAFAN 2/1 owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1997 Dante Stakes BENNY THE DIP 100/30 fav owned by Charles Landon Knight, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Olivier Peslier
1997 Falmouth Stakes RYAFAN 4/1 owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Pat Eddery
1997 Epsom Derby BENNY THE DIP (SR 1969) 11/1 owned by Charles Landon Knight, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Willie Ryan
1997 Nassau Stakes RYAFAN 9/4 fav owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah, trained by John Gosden and ridden by Michael Hills

1998-2000 David Loder
David Loder, born on 27th January 1964, began training in Newmarket in 1992, training for Sheikh Mohammed in 1998 and joining the Godolphin team in 1999 after John Gosden left for Manton. David was most famously in charge of a 2-year-old colt called Yaazer when he won a Yarmouth maiden in October 1998, suggesting to Sheikh Mohammed that the colt was the best of 60 young horses in the yard. This led to the Sheikh renaming the colt Dubai Millennium. The colt overwintered in Dubai with Saeed bin Suroor, returning to the Godolphin stables for his 3-year-old career, winning the 1999 Predominate Stakes at Goodwood and, on the back of that victory, was made a strong favourite for the 1999 Epsom Derby. However, he ran badly and was beaten 9 lengths in 9th place behind Oath (SR 1937). He recovered his form to win the 1999 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, while as a 4-year-old he won the Prince of Wales's Stakes and Dubai World Cup.
1998 South Norfolk Caterers Maiden Stakes DUBAI MILLENNIUM 4/9 fav owned by Sheikh Mohammed, trained by David Loder and ridden by Frankie Dettori

1995-present Saeed bin Suroor (Godolphin)
Saeed bin Suroor, born in Dubai on 16th November 1968, was working as a policeman and training a few racehorses in 1993 when his skills were spotted by Skeikh Mohammed and his team. He was appointed to oversee the Sheikh's Godolphin horses in 1995 and won the 1995 Epsom Derby that year with Lammtarra (SR 2080), going on to be crowned Champion British Flat racing trainer in 1996, and winning the title three more times, in 1998, 1999 and 2004. He is based at Al Quoz Stables, Dubai, for half the year, moving to Godolphin Stables in Newmarket between April and October. Up to the 2020 season he had trained the winner of 12 British Classics and 8 Dubai World Cup winners.
1999 Doncaster Racecourse Sponsorship Club Conditions Stakes DUBAI MILLENNIUM 4/6 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1999 Predominate Stakes DUBAI MILLENNIUM 4/11 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1999 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes DUBAI MILLENNIUM 4/9 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1999 Prix Eugene Adam DUBAI MILLENNIUM 7/10 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
1999 Prix du Haras de Fresnay DUBAI MILLENNIUM 7/5 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2000 Diadem Stakes SAMPOWER STAR 7/4 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2000 Prince of Wales's Stakes DUBAI MILLENNIUM 5/4 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Jerry D Bailey
2000 Dubai World Cup DUBAI MILLENNIUM owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2000 Irish 2000 Guineas BACHIR (SR 1833) 4/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2001 Prince of Wales's Stakes FANTASTIC LIGHT 100/30 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2001 Coronation Cup MUTAFAWEQ 11/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2001 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes SUMMONER 33/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Richard Hills
2001 Irish Champion Stakes FANTASTIC LIGHT 9/4 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2001 International Stakes SAKHEE 7/4 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2001 Sussex Stakes NOVERRE 9/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2001 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe SAKHEE 11/5 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2002 1000 Guineas KAZZIA (SR 1952) 14/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2002 Dante Stakes MOON BALLAD 13/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Jamie Spencer
2002 Epsom Oaks KAZZIA (SR 1952) 100/30 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2002 Prince of Wales's Stakes GRANDERA 4/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2002 Irish Champion Stakes GRANDERA 5/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2003 Sun Chariot Stakes ECHOES IN ETERNITY 9/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Jamie Spencer
2003 Queen Anne Stakes DUBAI DESTINATION 9/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori

TOP NEWMARKET STABLE AT ROYAL ASCOT IN 1996 (Amounts shown are in £1000's)

At the 1996 Royal Ascot meeting Newmarket Stables won a greater proportion of first prize money than any other location, almost 50%, outperforming France, Ireland, Middleham and other prominent racing centres. As many as 11 different Newmarket Stables provided winners, with Saeed Bin Suroor leading the way.
Saeed Bin Suroor
Chesham Stakes:-SHAMIKH 8/1)
Gold Cup:-CLASSIC CLICHE (3/1)
Queen Anne Stakes:-CHARNWOOD FOREST (10/11 fav)
Clive Brittain
King Edward VII Stakes:-AMFORTAS (66/1)
Sir Mark Prescott
King's Stand Stakes:-PIVOTAL (13/2)
Geoff Wragg
Prince of Wales Stakes:-FIRST ISLAND (9/1)
William Haggas
Royal Hunt Cup:-YEAST (8/1 fav)
David Morley
Cork & Orrery:-ATRAF (12/1)
David Loder
Jersey Stakes:-LUCAYAN PRINCE (50/1)
John Gosden
Britannia Stakes:-NORTH SONG (14/1)
Ben Hanbury
Norfolk Stakes:-TIPSY CREEK (7/2 fav)
Sir Michael Stoute
Windsor Castle Stakes:-DAZZLE (7/2 fav)
Sir Henry Cecil
Fern Hill Stakes:-DAWNA (9/2)

2004 Royal Lodge Stakes PERFECTPERFORMANCE 4/6 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2004 Ascot Gold Cup PAPINEAU 5/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2004 Queen Anne Stakes REFUSE TO BEND 12/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2004 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes DOYEN 11/10 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2004 Eclipse Stakes REFUSE TO BEND 15/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2004 International Stakes SULAMANI 3/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2004 St Leger RULE OF LAW (SR 1942) 3/1 jt fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Kerrin McEvoy
2005 Irish 2000 Guineas DUBAWI (SR 1953) 7/4 jt fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2005 St James's Palace Stakes SHAMARDAI 7/4 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Kerrin McEvoy
TOP NEWMARKET STABLE AT ROYAL ASCOT IN 2000

At the 2000 Royal Ascot meeting Newmarket Stables won almost half of the first-place prize money, out-performing Lambourn/Ilsley, Ireland, Middleham, France and other prominent racing centres. As many as seven different Newmarket Stables provided winners, with Saeed Bin Suroor leading the way with 2 victories.
Saeed Bin Suroor
Prince of Wales Stakes:-DUBAI MILLENNIUM (5/4)
Gold Cup:-KAYFT TARA (11/8 fav)
Sir Michael Stoute
Queen Anne Stakes:-KALANISI (11/2)
Royal Hunt Cup:-CARIBBEAN MONARCH (11/2)
Queen's Vase:-DALAMPOUR (3/1 fav)
Clive Brittain
Coronation Stakes:-CRIMPLENE (4/1 jt fav)
John Gosden
Jersey Stakes:-OBSERVATORY (11/2)
Britannia Stakes:-EL GRAN PAPA (4/1 fav)
Hampton Court Stakes:-PORT VILLA (5/2)
Sir Henry Cecil
King Edward VII Stakes:-SUBTLE POWER (7/4 fav)
William Haggas
Norfolk Stakes:-SUPERSTAR LEO (5/1)
William Jarvis
Fern Hill Stakes:-PAPABILE (5/1)

2005 Yorkshire Oaks PUNCTILIOUS 13/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Kerrin McEvoy
2005 Prix Jean Prat MARIENBARD 158/10 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2006 Prix de la Foret CARADAK 4/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2007 Queen Anne Stakes RAMONTI 5/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2007 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes RAMONTI 5/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2007 Sussex Stakes RAMONTI 9/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2007 Racing Post Trophy IBN KHALDUN 11/4 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Kerrin McEvoy
2008 Lockinge Stakes CREACHADOIR 3/1 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2009 Goodwood Cup SCHIAPARELLI 6/4 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2009 St Leger MASTERY (SR 1926) 14/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Ted Durcan
2010 Fillies Mile WHITE MOONSTONE 4/5 fav owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2010 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes POETS VOICE 9/2 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2012 Ascot Gold Cup COLOUR VISION 6/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori
2013 Lockinge Stakes FARHH 100/30 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Silvestre de Sousa
2013 Champion Stakes FARHH 11/4 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Silvestre de Sousa
2014 Goodwood Cup CAVALRYMAN 5/1 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Kieren Fallon
2017 Prix Jean Prat THUNDER SNOW 7/5 owned by Godolphin, trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Christophe Soumillon
Top 5 Stanley House horses of all time
HYPERION (1933 Epsom Derby, St Leger, 1932 Dewhurst Stakes)
FAIRWAY (1928 St Leger, Eclipse Stakes, Champion Stakes, 1929 Champion Stakes)
DUBAI MILLENNIUM (2000 Dubai World Cup)
HIGH TOP (1972 2000 Guineas, 1971 Observer Gold Cup)
SUNSTREAM (1945 1000 Guineas, Epsom Oaks)
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