We were quietly confident of a good run from King Of Change prior to Saturday’s QEII and overjoyed to see him win so well and for Sean Levey who has now been with us for many years.
It was a tremendous day and hugely exciting going into next year. He has proven that he is a horse who can compete in top Group One races now and he’s been lightly raced so far with only six runs going into his four-year-old year and is continuing to improve with each run.
This win took us over the £4 million mark in both domestic and international prize money and also into fourth in the Trainers Championship. Although the season is now drawing to a close in Britain, we have a busy few weeks coming up abroad with Raymond Tusk and Beat Le Bon running in Australia and an intended trip to the Breeders Cup Fillies And Mares Turf for Billesdon Brook.