Bay colt by Petition out of Ripeck, won the Rous Memorial Stakes Newmarket, the Hackwood Stakes at Newbury and also one race in the USA.
Bay colt by Acropolis out of Kyak: won the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot and both the Royal George stakes and the Nassau Stakes at Kempton. After winning the Ripon St Leger Trial he finished 3rd in the Great Voltigeur Stakes at York, and 2nd in Jockey Club Cup: Retired to Australia as a Stallion.
Bay colt by Parthia Out of Cutter: was unplaced in the Houghton Stakes at two.Hhe ran four times at three, winning the Craven Stakes at Newmarket, then 2nd in the Dante Stakes at York, a 7th in the Derby and finally another 2nd in the Princess of Wales Stakes at Newmarket: sold as a Stallion to Argentina.
Bay colt by Never Say Die, out of Kyak , won one race at 3 years and sold at the sales.
A bay colt by Match III out of Cutter, ran second in Houghton Stakes at Newmarket at two. As a 3yo he won the White Rose at Ascot, was 2nd in the Lingfield Derby trial before running 6th in the Derby behind Sir Ivor. He was then 3rd in the Gordon Stakes at Goodwood and later in the season ran 2nd in the Prix Royal Oak, beating the 1969 Arc de Triomphe winner Levmoss into 3rd. As a 4yo he won the Jockey Club Stakes and then ran 2nd to Levmoss in The Gold Cup, finishing off the season with a 2nd in the St Simon Stakes. As a 5yo he won the John Porter Stakes at Newbury. He was sold to the Polish National Stud but died as a relatively young stallion.
A bay filly by Ragusa out of Kyak, she won the Princess Elizabeth Stakes at three. She only bred four foals but her distaff has produced a large black type family in South America.
A chestnut filly by Major Portion out of Ripeck, who won Goreston Maiden Plate at Yarmouth on her only outing as a 2yo. Authoritatively won the Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket, but disappointed in the 1000G. Then ran 4th in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot and again in the Yorkshire Oaks: retained as a broodmare.
A chestnut Filly by Aureole out of Ocean: did not race due to an accident but retained by the Stud.
Grey Filly by Grey Sovereign out of Ripeck. Won her first two races at two and placed 4th in Cheveley Park Stakes. At three won the Duke of York Stakes, then broke the track record at Royal Ascot when winning the Jersey Stakes. Ran run well on last three starts being 3rd in the Falmouth stakes, the Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville and the Diadem Stakes at Ascot. Retained by stud.
A chestnut Filly by Ragusa out of Cutter, Placed second in the Elmfield Maiden Doncaster , sold and produced a Black Type family in New Zealand.
Chestnut Filly by High Hat out Ocean: placed third in the Pretty Polly Stakes Newmarket, then sold as a Broodmare to Brazil.
A bay colt by Relko out of Cutter: 3rd in the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot and 2nd as a 4yo gelding in the Jockey Club Stakes at Newmarket.
Bay colt by Reliance II out of Ocean: of little account and placed over hurdles.
Chestnut filly by Parthia out of Cutter: ran five times at three, finishing second in the Princess Elizabeth Stakes (Group 3) and 4th in the Lingfield Oaks Trial (G3). Retained by Stud.
Chestnut Colt by Aureole out of Ripeck: unraced as a 2yo and after an introductory run at Newbury won on his second start when taking the Culford Stakes at Newmarket. Next won the Predominate Stakes at Goodwood, a recognised Derby Trial, before finishing 3rd in the Irish Sweeps Derby. Finished the season with a victory in the Great Voltigeur and then beaten a head in the St Leger Stakes.
In his second season after running unplaced at Newbury he was beaten by Relay Race in the Jockey Club Stakes. He then hit a purple patch winning the Yorkshire Cup in great style before gaining his biggest win in the Coronation Cup at Epsom, beating the ‘Queen’ of French Racing Dahila. After a narrow defeat by Relay Race (to whom he had to give weight being a Group 1 winner), in the Hardwicke Stakes at Royal Ascot, he won the Princess of Wales Stakes at Newmarket. His career ended with a gallant 4th in King George with only classic winners in front of him.
Despite talk of the Royal Studs standing him (being a son of Her Majesty’s beloved Aureole), he was sold to Australia and sired group I winners at all distances.
Bay Colt by Major Portion out of Cutter:unraced as a 2yo he won the White Rose Stakes on his second start at Ascot. Later finished 2nd in the Kind Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot. Won one other race and purchased by the Irish National Stud as an experimental sire who ran with his mares.
A brown Filly by Reliance II out of Ocean, who as a twin did not race: went on to breed winners.
A bay filly by Silly Season out of Oceania, placed 4th twice and was exported to Japan: dam of winners
A chestnut Colt by High Hat out of Anchor , won at three years, sold at sales.