GORDON ELLIOTT RACING
To date we have won more than 85 Graded races – too many to list! But here are some of our ‘Stable Stars’
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Deathy Duty - winner of the Grade 1 Lawlor's Hotel Novice Hurdle at Naas on 8th January 2017.
Outlander surged into our list of stable stars with a gutsy performance in the Grade 1 Lexus Chase at Leopardstown on 28th December 2016. Always a consistent horse who runs his heart out that performance, [...]
Our most high profile and most successful horse ‘The Don’ of course won the 2016 Cheltenham Gold Cup. Somewhat of a legend in the yard, he has a temperament and looks as good as his [...]
Referred to around the yard as 'The King Of Cullentra' Silver Birch's emphatic win in the 2007 John Smiths Grand National amplified Gordon's profile to the nation and is one of his most memorable training [...]
Placed at the Cheltenham Festival in 2014 he went one better in 2015 under a power packed ride from Jamie Codd to win the Toby Balding Novice Chase giving winning owner J.P McManus a birthday [...]
Owned by Mrs P. Sloan, Flaxen Flare's biggest win came in the Fred Winter Juvenile Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival in 2013 when partnered by Davy Condon.
Tiger Roll's biggest victory came when he powered up the hill at the Cheltenham Festival in 2014 to land the JCB Triumph Hurdle under Davy Russell for Gigginstown House Stud.
Constantly showing his high class ability being competitive at Graded level, Realt Mor captured the Powers Gold Cup at Fairyhouse's Easter Festival under Davy Condon for owner Mrs P. Sloan in 2013
Owned by Mr Barry Connell Mount Benbulben recorded a bloodless victory in the Grade 1 Champion Novice Chase at the Punchestown Festival in 2013 under Danny Mullins.
Providing us with 1 of 3 Cheltenham Festival 2016 wins Diamond King was followed up the Cheltenham hill by an ecstatic Oliver Muphy (our Assistant Trainer) to land the Grade 3 ‘Coral Cup’ after a [...]
Recently retired Roi Du Mee won 16 races under rules and a Point to Point on his final start as well as being placed multiple times in big races, a legend amongst the staff he [...]
Winner of the Totesport Ebor in 2010 under Jamie Spencer collecting more than £130,000 in prize money - proving Gordon is just as able to train flat horses! Toner D’Oudairies A stable favourite who won [...]
We sadly lost No More Heroes after an injury sustained on his final run at the 2016 Chetenham Festival but some say he could have one day followed in Don Cossack’s footsteps and won the [...]
Owned by the dominant Gigginstown House Stud, Clarcam showed his enthusiasm for fences by winning his first Grade 1 in the Racing Post Novices Chase at Leopardstown before continuing with another Grade 1 victory in [...]
The Game Changer makes it into the Hall Of Fame for his performances in the space of 3 weeks in 2015 when between 28th September and 15th October he landed 3 Grade 3’s! He always [...]
Gordon first Royal Ascot winner, this was such a surprise win that the only member of Gordon Elliott Racing there on the day was our travelling Head Girl Camilla Sharples!
Giving our own Lisa O’Neill with her biggest success to date with the Kerry National, it may as well have been the Gold Cup again as the screams and shouts from the staff canteen could [...]
It’s hard to pick and choose who is classed as a ‘stable star’ we have been so lucky to have so many big winners but we also have to give a special mention to the following horses who have all won a Graded race for us:
Salford City, Tharawaat, Grand Opera, Carlito Brigante, Jessies Dream, Steps To Freedom, His Excellency, Mae’s Choice, Beef To Heels, Mala Beach, Realt Mor, Bayan, Chicago Grey, Shrapnel, Time To Work, Free Expression, Taglietelle, Riverside City, Prince Of Scars, Bless The Wings, Ball D’Arc, Sutton Place, Tempo Mac, Bright New Dawn, Definite Ruby, Lord Scoundrel, Tocororo, Tell Us More, Missy Tata, Labaik, A Toi Phil, Death Duty, Empire Of Dirt, Jury Duty & Automated.