Trillium Place Stables
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Trillium Place, ideally located on Birdcage Walk close to all of the major training grounds and both the July course and the Rowley Mile course, has immediate access to the Racecourse Side gallops. The training establishment has always had close links with its near neighbour Graham Place, and it is likely that at one point, probably at the start of the 20th century, that all of the land on which Graham Place, Trillium Place and Newmarket Tennis Club stand was owned by the same person, most likely Henry James King. Today Trillium Place has two Americans style barns boasting 40 boxes, with an additional 14 boxes laid out in a more traditional courtyard style.

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.
1865-1894 Thomas Brown
Thomas Brown, a contemporary of legendary Newmarket trainers the Dawsons, Tom Jennings, the Bloss brothers and Gilbert, trained at Graham Place for a considerable time. During his most successful period he employed Fred Webb as his stable jockey and in 1869 they won the Cesarewitch with Cherie for principal owner Mr R C Naylor. In 1883 Kelly's Directory records Thomas Brown as the trainer in Graham House. Towards the end of his life Tom moved to Waterloo Lodge and died whilst on a visit to London on Thursday 3rd September 1896.
1868 Cesarewitch CHERIE owned by Mr R C Naylor, trained by Thomas Brown and ridden by Fred Webb
1879 Middle Park Plate BEAUDESERT owned by Lord Anglesey, trained by Thomas Brown
I am grateful to Ordnance Survey (© Crown Copyright) for permission to use the 1836 map shown above. Trillium Place is 3
To enjoy the experience of a day at Newmarket races in May 1838 CLICK HERE
1895-1901 Alf Sadler senior
Alfred Brettle Sadler senior, grandson of Isaac Sadler who won the 1833 Epsom Derby with Dangerous, began his training career in Rottingdean, training horses for Lord St Vincent and Mr W Bevill. He moved to Stockbridge House in 1872, where one of his best early horses was Barford, later renamed Reputation. His principal patrons whilst at Stockbridge House were Lord Hastings, Lord Cholmondeley, Honourable F Lambton and Hon George Lambton. Indeed, it was a horse trained by Alf Sadler which provided George Lambton with his first ride in the Grand National in 1885 on Lioness. Another notable future racing character to be guided by Alf Sadler was Fred Rickaby who started his apprenticeship with Alf at Stockbridge House. Alf had 4 sons and a daughter, Gladys, who married jockey and trainer Joe Cannon. His sons all forged a career in racing, training horses. In October 1885 Alfred Brettle Sadler was installed as Lord Durham's trainer at Primrose Cottage Stables. In May 1894 Lord Durham moved his horses to be trained by Captain Lambton, which left Sadler with a very small string of horses owned by Mr R H Coombs. He moved to Graham Place which had become vacant due to the death of trainer Thomas Brown. In 1898 he landed an interesting double when Dynamo won both the Alington Plate and the Longstock Plate on the same day at Stockbridge, just a few months before the course closed for good. Alf later returned to Stockbridge House, continuing to train there until 1923, and died there on Thursday 24th January 1929 aged 82.
1898 Dyke Plate at Newmarket PISA 1/3 fav owned by Mr R H Combe, trained by Alf Sadler and ridden by Fred Rickaby
1898 Alington Plate at Stockbridge DYNAMO 9/4 owned by Mr R H Combe, trained by Alf Sadler and ridden by Fred Rickaby
1898 Longstock Plate at Stockbridge DYNAMO 11/10 fav owned by Mr R H Combe, trained by Alf Sadler and ridden by Fred Rickaby
1899 Dee Stand Handicap at Chester HAZLEBUN 5/2 fav owned by Mr R H Combe, trained by Alf Sadler and ridden by Fred Rickaby
1902-1920 Henry James King
Henry James King, born in America on 12th May 1849, made his fortune from diamond mining in Kimberley, South Africa where he was a diamond merchant. He married Maud Harriet King, and they had three children. Their daughter, Muriel Ryder, born in 1891, died in 1921, while one of their sons Nathaniel died in action during the First World War on 21st February 1915. Their third child, Herbert Ryder-King, was born in Kimberley on 26th June 1889. In 1902 Henry and Maud purchased Graham House and Graham Place, and built a new Graham House in 1903. At that time it is not known the full extent of his stables, whether it encompassed the present day Graham Place and Trillium Place, and whether there were further stables on what today is Newmarket Tennis Club. Later, in 1913 he bought Poles Park country house in Ware, Hertfordshire where he built a new racing stable and a nine-hole golf course. Henry employed Felix Leach as his trainer throughout the early years of the 20th century, but Henry died on 18th July 1920 aged 71, while his wife Maud died in 1933, the pair being buried in Newmarket Town Cemetery. In his will he left £750,000 gross, equivalent in 2020 to £34 million.

1902-1929 Felix Leach
Graham Lodge Stables is located on Birdcage Walk in the CB8 0NE district of Newmarket, ideally situated just a short walk from the famous Rowley Mile racecourse. In July 1906 the Sporting Life listed all of the Newmarket Stables together with their respective trainers, showing Felix Leach at Graham House. Felix had a good grounding in the racing industry, acting as assistant to the legendary Mat Dawson at Heath House Stables. Legend has it that when he was 18 years old Felix Leach visited his brother in Newmarket where his brother was a vet. He was curious and inquisitive, and wandered onto the heath to view the horses. He spotted a horse which he thought stood out from the others and asked the person standing next to him what the name of the impressive horse was. The horse was St Simon and the person standing next to him was Mat Dawson. This was the beginning of a long working relationship, culminating in Felix Leach becoming a trainer after serving as assistant to Mat Dawson. In 1884 St Simon won the Ascot Gold Cup, the Goodwood Cup and Epsom Gold Cup. At the start of the 20th century Felix took over at Graham Place, training predominantly for Henry James King.
1903 Bury Handicap at Newmarket ORCHID 2/1 fav owned by Henry James King, trained by Felix Leach senior and ridden by Herbert Jones
1905 Findon Stakes at Goodwood, LIGHT O'DAY 4/11 fav owned by Henry James King, trained by Felix Leach and ridden by Herbert Jones
1905 Chichester Plate at Goodwood MELAYR 9/2 owned by Colonel Kincaid-Smith, trained by Felix Leach and ridden by Danny Maher
1905 Bretby Handicap MELAYR 100/12 owned by Colonel Kincaid-Smith, trained by Felix Leach and ridden by Herbert Jones
1909 Goodwood Cup CARROUSEL owned by Mr H J King, trained by Felix Leach senior and ridden by Charles Trigg
1910 Goodwood Cup MAGIC owned by Mr H Beddington, trained by Felix Leach senior and ridden by Fred Rickaby junior
1911 Payne Stakes at Newmarket LONGBOAT 7/1 trained by Felix Leach and ridden by Herbert Jones
1911 Stewards Cup BRAXTED 25/1 owned by Mr T R Dewar, trained by Felix Leach senior and ridden by Fred Winter
1913 Bedford 2-y-o Stakes at Newmarket SPHERE-OF-INFLUENCE 4/1 owned by Sir W Cooke, trained by Felix Leach and ridden by Arthur Whalley
1913 Abington Plate at Newmarket HORNET'S BEAUTY 1/25 fav owned by Sir W Cooke, trained by Felix Leach and ridden by E H Martin

1919 Prince of Wales's Nursery Handicap at Doncaster FIREWORK 9/1 owned by Lord Anglesey, trained by Felix Leach and ridden by Arthur Whalley
1919 New Stakes at Royal Ascot ORPHEUS 7/1 owned by Hugo Cunliffe-Owen, trained by Felix Leach and ridden by Felix Leach junior
1919 Hurst Stakes at Hurst Park MOUNT ROYAL 9/4 fav owned by Hugo Cunliffe-Owen, trained by Felix Leach and ridden by Felix Leach junior
1920 Champion Stakes ORPHEUS owned by Hugo Cunliffe-Owen, trained by Felix Leach senior and ridden by Felix Leach junior
1921 Champion Stakes ORPHEUS owned by Hugo Cunliffe-Owen, trained by Felix Leach senior and ridden by Felix Leach junior

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1930-May 1950 Jack Leach
John Edward 'Jack' Leach, son of Felix Leach senior, enjoyed a short, but successful riding career riding for Harry Leader's stable where he partnered Diomedes to victory in the 1925 July Cup, Nunthorpe Stakes and King's Stand Stakes, repeating the July Cup victory in 1926. Arguably he reached the pinnacle of his career in 1927 when riding Adam's Apple (SR 1983) to victory in the 2000 Guineas. In 1928 he married Elizabeth 'Betty' Darling, daughter of Newmarket trainer Sam Darling. When his weight became too much for him to continue as a jockey he turned to training; early owners included the tobacco magnate Sidney Beer and the famous dancer Fred Astaire. He saddled Figaro, who he also owned, to win the 1934 Stewards Cup and Ayr Gold Cup. He served during the War, resuming his training career once the War ended. In May 1950 all of the horses he trained were transferred to Queensberry Lodge to be trained by his brother Chubb.
1932 Glasgow Plate at Hamilton Park MILLIBET evens fav owned by Mr E Baron, trained by Jack Leach and ridden by G Baines
1933 Gorleston Spring Handicap NICK THE GREEK 5/4 fav owned and trained by Jack Leach and ridden by Henri Jelliss
1933 Spring Hall Plate at Newmarket FIGARO 11/10 fav owned and trained by Jack Leach and ridden by Henri Jelliss
1934 Stewards Cup at Glorious Goodwood FIGARO 100/7 owned and trained by Jack Leach and ridden by Tommy Weston
1934 Ayr Gold Cup FIGARO 7/2 owned and trained by Jack Leach and ridden by Henri Jelliss
1936 Cleveland Handicap at Doncaster STRAIGHT DEAL 20/1 owned by Mr N S Erleigh, trained by Jack Leach and ridden by K Robertson
1947 Bedford 2-y-o Stakes at Newmarket DELIRIUM 3/1 fav trained by Jack Leach and ridden by Charlie Smirke
1948 Molecomb Stakes INTEGRITY 7/2 trained by Jack Leach and ridden by Charlie Smirke
1949 Tattersalls Sale Stakes at Doncaster TURN A PENNY 100/30 trained by Jack Leach and ridden by Michael Beary
1949 Crawfurd Handicap at Newmarket DELIRIUM 7/4 trained by Jack Leach and ridden by Michael Beary
1959-1969 Paddy O'Gorman
William Gerard O'Gorman, universally known as Paddy, was born in County Cork, Ireland on 27th May 1913 and travelled across to England in 1934. He worked at Scaltback Stud, owned by Robert 'Jack' Colling, son of the famous trainer Robert Weston Colling, but in 1953 Paddy successfully applied for a trainer's license. He lived in Shalfleet Cottage until 1959, selling it to John Powney in that year. He moved to Graham Place where his most successful horse was Golden Horus who won the 1966 Gimcrack Stakes in the hands of Joe Mercer, although three years before that Paddy enjoyed saddling a Royal Ascot winner when Majority Rule won the 1963 King's Stand Stakes ridden by Lester Piggott. Paddy died in Newmarket in June 1969, aged 56, and the stables were taken over by his son Bill.
1963 King's Stand Stakes MAJORITY RULE 100/8 trained by Paddy O'Gorman and ridden by Lester Piggott
1966 Gimcrack Stakes GOLDEN HORUS 7/1 owned by Mrs Dorothy Solomon, trained by Paddy O'Gorman and ridden by Joe Mercer

1969-1988 Bill O'Gorman
In 1969 a 21-year old trainer, Bill O'Gorman, born on 22nd March 1948, launched his training career as the youngest trainer in the United Kingdom at the time after his father Paddy O'Gorman had died. He was granted a licence to ride on the flat as a trainer. He first rode as an amateur jockey on 22nd August 1964 at Lingfield aboard the unplaced Crown Derby, but he had to wait almost a year before riding his first winner, Tudor Summer at Kempton on 13th July 1965. In August 1966 Bill won the Moet & Chandon Silver Magnum, the 'Amatuer Riders Derby' at Epsom aboard Suvretta (6/1) when just 18 years old. It was a tactical triumph for Bill, making all of the running over the gradients of the full Epsom Derby course. In 1966, having completed his compulsory education, he was offered a place at Warwick University to read History, but chose to pursue a career in racing. He repeated his success in the Moet & Chandon Silver Magnum in 1968 when partnering Double Quick, the 9/4 favourite. During his time at Graham Place he was renowned for training 2-year-olds, in particular guiding Provideo to 16 successes from his 23 races in a season in 1980, a feat equalled again by Bill in 1990 with Timeless Times by which time he had transferred to Seven Springs Stables. This feat equalled the 16 successes, from 16 runs as a 2-year-old, of The Bard, a late 19th century horse owned by Robert Peck and Owen Williams, and ridden by Robert Peck. The Bard won the 1885 Brocklesby Stakes, and went on to further successes as a three-year-old, winning 23 of his 25 races in his career, which included the 1886 Goodwood Cup and Doncaster Cup. Between 1969 and 1988 Bill O'Gorman enjoyed many successful seasons at Graham Place, building sequences of wins with African Chimes, Abdu and Manor Farm Boy, but in 1989 he moved to Calder Park Stables as a stop-gap until he could move into his newly built Seven Springs Stables in 1990. These include articles on The History of the thoroughbred, thoughts on Weight for Age, and a thought-provoking article on Tod Sloan and the American Invasion.

1982 Temple Stakes MUMMY'S GAME trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Tony Ives
1982 Prix de Seine-et-Oise at Maisons-Laffitte SAAYAF owned by Moufid F Dabaghi, trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Tony Ives
1982 Norfolk Stakes BRONDESBURY 8/11 fav trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Tony Ives
1983 Palace House Stakes ON STAGE trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Willie Carson
1983 King's Stand Stakes SAYF EL ARAB 33/1 owned by Moufid F Dabaghi, trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Taffy Thomas
1983 Flying Childers Stakes SUPERLATIVE owned by Mrs P Yong, trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Lester Piggott
1983 July Stakes SUPERLATIVE 8/1 trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Tony Ives
1984 Temple Stakes REESH trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Taffy Thomas, dead-heated with Petorius
1984 Greenlands Stakes at The Curragh REESH 15/8 fav trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Tony Ives
1984 Palace House Stakes REESH trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Taffy Thomas
1988 Norfolk Stakes SUPERPOWER evens fav owned by Mrs P L Yong, trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Tony Ives
1988 National Stakes SUPERPOWER 3/1 owned by Mrs P L Yong, trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Tony Ives
1988 Phoenix Stakes SUPERPOWER owned by Mrs P L Yong, trained by Bill O'Gorman and ridden by Tony Ives

The Graham House/Graham Place/Graham Lodge/Trillium Place conundrum
Graham House, Graham Lodge, Graham Place and Trillium Place all seem intertwined and take some untangling. Bill O'Gorman built the first part of Graham Lodge on adjoining land that had once been Captain King's vegetable garden and had, in the meantime, been owned by a local builder Roy Jarvis (no relation to the famous Newmarket trainers of the same name) who built the house for himself. Captain King had lived in Graham House all alone in some style but had never married. Although the land on which the Tennis club was built was once part of the jigsaw, that was a very long time beforehand. Bill sold the new yard, and the Jarvis house, to Lord John Fitzgerald, and he built another yard in the former orchard. Bill then sold Graham Place to Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and he renamed it Trillium Place. Stuart Williams occupied Trillium Place for a time after Gavin retired, and was followed by David Simcock.
1989-1995 Gavin Pritchard-Gordon
Gavin Pritchard-Gordon, born in October 1945, travelled to Newmarket in 1966 to join the Harvey Leader's 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 flexibility on both codes Gavin won the 1976 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot with Ardoon in the hands of Brian Taylor. Arguably the best horse he trained was Noalcoholic who won the 1982 Criterion Stakes, the Challenge Stakes and the Prix Messidor, while he 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.
1973 Gloucester Hurdle KING PELE 13/2 trained by Gavin Pritchard-Gordon and ridden by David Nicholson
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

1994-2004 Stuart Williams
Stuart Williams was brought up in a racing family; his father was a jockey and he held similar aspirations, although his build was detrimental to that cause. However, his true calling was to the training ranks, learning his trade from some of the best in the business, Bill O'Gorman, the ill-fated Alex Scott, and Ron Sheather, also gaining further experience in Australia with the legendary Bart Cummings. Stuart took out a licence in 1993, and began his first full season at Graham Lodge Stables on Birdcage Walk, ideally located in sight of the Rowley Mile Racecourse, in 1994. His inaugural victory was in the Pisces Median Auction Maiden Stakes at Lingfield Park on Saturday 5th March 1994 when Greenbank (8/1), owned by Miss L J Ward and ridden by Kevin Darley, defeated Kindergarten Bay and Papagayos. He left Graham Lodge to transfer the short distance to Trillium Place, but in 2004 he moved down the Hamilton Road to Diomed Stables. He is a versatile trainer who has trained a winner on every flat racecourse in Britain.
1996 Bradford & Bingley Handicap at York CONCER UN 16/1 owned by Miss L J Ward, trained by Stuart Williams and ridden by Kevin Darley
1997 Bradford & Bingley Handicap at York CONCER UN 6/1 owned by Miss L J Ward, trained by Stuart Williams and ridden by Kevin Darley

2004-present David Simcock
David Simcock began his career in racing at Kingsclere with Ian Balding before working for William Muir. To gain further experience he moved to Dick Hern's stables at West Ilsley and then was appointed assistant to Luca Cumani at Bedford House Stables in Newmarket until, in 2004, he felt the time was right for him to apply for his own trainer's licence. David marked his entry into the training ranks on St Valentine's Day, 14th February 2004, the day he and Jennie became engaged, winning the appropriately named 'Miss Julie Andrews, Will You Marry Me Stakes' at Lingfield, with his very first runner Cut A Dash, owned by Trillium Place Racing. He had just taken over at Trillium Place, ideally placed on Birdcage Walk, with immediate access to all of the major Newmarket gallops. Since that day of double celebration David, ably supported by his wife, has grown his business and reputation, both in this country and on the wider International arena. In 2009 the Abdullah Behabb owned Darley Sun captured the Cesarewitch Handicap towards the end of the season, having already won the Brown Jack Stakes at Ascot and the Totesuper7 Handicap at Nottingham. The next year he won the Diomed Stakes at Epsom with Bushman, while in the same season Dream Ahead proved himself to be a top-class sprinter, winning the Middle Park Stakes and Prix Morny. These victories provided a glimpse of the further riches to come his way in 2011 when he won the July Cup, giving Hayley Turner her first Group 1 success, and the Prix De La Foret. The globetrotting Sheikhzayedroad won Handicaps at Doncaster and Epsom in 2013 before winning the Fred Archer Stakes and York Stakes the next year on the way to victories in the Northern Dancer Stakes at Woodbine, Canada and the Dubai Duty Free Golf World Cup Handicap at Meydan.

In 2014 Dubai Racing took over at Revida Place, on the Hamilton Road, a short distance away from Trillium Place, and David was thrilled to be invited to train at Revida Place in late 2015. A Royal Ascot success followed in that year when Balios landed the King Edward VII Stakes, while Sheikhzayedroad proved himself to be one of the best long-distance horses in the world in 2016, winning the Doncaster Cup, the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup and the Nad Al Sheba Trophy at Meydan. Lightning Spear, owned by Qatar Racing Ltd, showed his exceptional ability when winning back-to-back victories in the Celebration Mile at Good in 2016 and 2017 in the hands of champion jockey Oisin Murphy, and then returned to Glorious Goodwood in 2018 to land the prestigious Sussex Stakes. In 2018 David, and his team, celebrated their first Classic winner when Teppal won the Poule D'Essai des Pouliches (French 1000 Guineas) for loyal owner Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani, providing ample reason to suggest that the best is yet to come from this talented trainer and his hard-working team.
2004 Miss Julie Andrews, Will You Marry Me Stakes at Lingfield, CUT & DRIED 7/1 owned by Trillium Place Racing, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Dwyer
2004 Bet Direct Handicap at Lingfield CUT & DRIED 4/1 jt fav owned by Trillium Place Racing, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Dwyer
2008 Whitsun Cup Handicap BUSHMAN 7/4 owned by Khalifa Dasmal, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Richard Mullen
2009 PJA Apprentice Handicap at Haydock DARLEY SUN 15/8 fav owned by Abdulla Belhabb, trained by David Simcock and ridden by James Millman
2009 Totesuper7 Handicap at Nottingham DARLEY SUN 16/1 owned by Abdulla Belhabb, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Darryll Holland
2009 EDF Conditionas Stakes at Newmarket BUSHMAN 13/2 owned by Khalifa Dasmal, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Darryll Holland
2009 Brown Jack Stakes at Ascot DARLEY SUN 3/1 owned by Abdulla Belhabb, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Chris Catlin
2009 Cesarewitch Handicap DARLEY SUN 9/2 fav owned by Abdulla Belhabb, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Andrea Atzeni
2010 Diomed Stakes BUSHMAN 11/1 owned by Khalifa Dasmal, trained by David Simcock and ridden by William Buick
2010 Royal Windsor Stakes BUSHMAN 100/30 owned by Khalifa Dasmal, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Kieren Fallon
2010 32red Fillies Handicap I'M A DREAMER 13/8 owned by St Albans Bloodstock, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Hayley Turner
2010 Freephone Fillies Handicap at Goodwood I'M A DREAMER 6/1 owned by St Albans Bloodstock, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Pat Cosgrave
2010 Middle Park Stakes DREAM AHEAD 5/4 fav owned by Khalifa Dasmal, trained by David Simcock and ridden by William Buick
2010 Prix Morny DREAM AHEAD 8/1 owned by Khlaifa Dasmal, trained by David Simcock and ridden by William Buick
2011 July Cup DREAM AHEAD 7/1 owned by Khalifa Dasmal, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Hayley Turner
2011 Prix De La Foret DREAM AHEAD 7/2 owned by Khalifa Dasmal, trained by David Simcock and ridden by William Buick
2011 Dahlia Stakes I'M A DREAMER 10,1 owned by St Albans Bloodstock, trained by David Simcock and ridden by William Buick
2013 Pinnacle Stakes at Haydock MOMENT IN TIME 8/1 owned by Mrs Julia Annable, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Jim Crowley
2013 Investec Zebra Handicap at Epsom SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 5/1 owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Lane
2013 Bawtrey's Premier Agent Handicap at Doncaster SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 3/1 owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Lane
2013 Jaguar Trophy Handicap at Meydan TRADE STORM 9/1 owned by Qatar Racing, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Jamie Spencer
2013 Qipco Future Stars Apprentice Handicap at Ascot BRETON ROCK 12/1 owned by John Cook, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Lewis Walsh
2013 Zabeel Mile at Meydan TRADE STORM 5/2 owned by Qatar Racing, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Jamie Spencer
2014 Pertemps Network Spring Trophy at Haydock BRETON ROCK 11/4 owned by John Cook, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Fergal Sweeney
2014 Musidora Stakes MADAME CHIANG 8/1 owned by Miss Kirsten Rausing, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Kieren Fallon
2014 Hungerford Stakes BRETON ROCK 3/1 owned by John Cook, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Lane
2014 Group 1 Fillies & Mares Stakes at Ascot MADAME CHIANG 12/1 owned by Miss Kirsten Rausing, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Jim Crowley
2014 Woodbine Mile TRADE STORM owned by Qatar Racing, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Jamie Spencer
2014 Northern Dancer Turf Stakes at Woodbine SHEIKHZAYEDROAD owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Lane
2014 Skybet Group 2 York Stakes SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 7/1 owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Lane
2014 Fred Archer Stakes SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 11/2 owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Lane
2014 Dubai Duty Free Golf World Cup Handicap at Meydan SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 7/1 owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Harley
2015 King Edward Vii Stakes BALIOS 3/1 owned by Al Asayl Bloodstock Ltd, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Jamie Spencer


2016 Criterion Stakes BRETON ROCK 11/4 fav owned by John Cook, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Harley
2016 Celebration Mile at Goodwood LIGHTNING SPEAR 4/1 owned by Qatar Racing Ltd, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Oisin Murphy
2016 Saint Gobain Weber Park Stakes at Doncaster BRETON ROCK 7/2 owned by John Cook, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Andrea Atzeni
2016 Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 11/1 owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Harley
2016 Doncaster Cup SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 100/30 owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Harley
2016 Nad Al Sheba Trophy at Meydan SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 4/1 owned by Mohammed Jaber, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Martin Harley
2017 Qatar Lennox Stakes BRETON ROCK 50/1 owned by John Cook, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Andrea Atzeni
2017 Celebration Mile LIGHTNING SPEAR evens fav owned by Qatar Racing Ltd, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Oisin Murphy
2018 Poule D'Essai des Pouliches (French 1000 Guineas) TEPPAL 12/1 owned by Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Olivier Peslier
2018 Sussex Stakes LIGHTNING SPEAR 9/1 owned by Qatar Racing Ltd, trained by David Simcock and ridden by Oisin Murphy

Top 5 Trillium Place horses of all time
LIGHTNING SPEAR (2016 & 2017 Celebration Mile, 2018 Sussex Stakes)
DREAM AHEAD (2010 Middle Park Stakes, 2011 July Cup, Prix De La Foret)
SHEIKHZAYEDROAD (2016 Doncaster Cup, Nad Al Sheba Trophy)
BRETON ROCK (2014 Hungerford Stakesm 2016 Criterion Stakes, 2017 Lennox Stakes)
TEPPAL (2018 French 1000 Guineas)
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