A chestnut colt by Hotfoot out of Bedeni: won 4 races and placed 7 times from 3 to 5 years. His most notable performance was a 4th in the Doncaster Cup (G3).
A chestnut colt by Brigadier Gerald out of Pirogue: won races and placed at three. Sold in training to Belgium and won 2 races.
A bay colt by Welsh Pageant out of Packet. Obviously well thought of, he started as favourite on his debut in the Ribero Stakes at Doncaster on his only run at two, finishing second. As a maiden 3yo he took on Shergar in the Sandown Classic Trial. His first win was in the Glorious Stakes at Goodwood, which he won in record time, and after a 3rd in the Great Voltigeur returned to Goodwood to win the March Stakes in record time. His 3yo season finished with a 2nd in the Jockey Club Cup. As a 4yo he continued to run consistently finishing 2nd twice to Ardross in the Yorkshire Cup and Henry II Stakes. He returned again to Goodwood and won the Glorious Stakes for a second year.
One of his most eyecatching performances was a 4th to Light Cavalry in the Princess of Wales Stakes, though only 4th he looked at one stage like being tailed off but with Willie Carson starting working hard, he made rapid progress to get involved in the finish. His career was constrained by Hern having so many good stayers in yard (Little Wolf, Shoot a Line and Baffin being three of them) and he was sold to India as a stallion.
A bay filly by Star Appeal out of Fluke. Her best performance was her 3rd in theLancashire Oaks. Neverr sure of her distance, she did finish her 3yo career with two good wins. Stayed well for a horse from the Fluke line and retained for the stud.
A bay colt by Busted out of Ocean. Ran 4th in the Houghton Stakes on his only start as a 2yo. Did not reappear until late summer as a 3yo winning at Goodwood, and then ran well in the St Simon Stakes at Newbury, being beaten by future Gold Cup winner and stablemate Little Wolf. Despite not fulfilling his promise he also ran 2nd to Ardross in the Geoffrey Freer Stakes at Newbury. Was sold at the 1982 sales and went to Sweden winning races, with a pedigree to make a stallion.
A bay filly by Habitat out of Ripeck who was made Oaks favourite after her smooth debut win in the Radley Stakes at Newbury as a 2yo at Newbury. Missed the early season and so the classic trials through injury. She reappeared, finally, in the Crown of Crown Stakes at goodwood and won in style. She then ran unnacountably badly at Newbury a few weeks later before running 3rd in the Sun Chariot Stakes at Newmarket on her final start. She was retained as a broodmare.
A bay filly by Blakeney out of Fluke. Ran only as a 3yo winning smoothly at Goodwood and Haydock. Upped in class, she lost her chance by becoming unsettled by the large crowd in the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot. After a good runs in the Lancashire Oaks and Nassau Stakes she had her biggest win when lNass Did not run At two, smooth victories at goodwood and haydock, up in class, lost her chance at Royal Ascot with being unsettled by large crowd. After good run in Lancashire Oaks, her best victory came when winning the listed Atlanta Stakes (by 8 lengths) at Sandown: retained by the stud.
May be the one got away, ran only once at big Newmarket maiden, was second set of twins foaled at Arches Hall, Her twin Didimo also race, ended exported to Middle East as a Stallion .
Reason for sale of Sea Harrier was because of Being three-parts sister to Bireme, and other grundys filly's at home, at time seem right, sold to Newtown Stud in Ireland where she produce her own black type family.
Run once Newmarket maiden at 2 years, sold at sales to India , became very successful at stud with black type produce.
High Hopes for Briiny after her good autumn run at Newbury, did seen to train-on, was going to be retained by stud but died young.
Run well first outing at three years, 4th in Bucklesbury maiden at Newbury , never stop growing at three and was distend for the paddocks, brought by Oldtown stud in Ireland, produce Hong Kong horse of the year and Japan Cup second Indigenous and big winning family world wide.
Bay Colt by Dance in Time out of Pireogue, Very versitale, took long time to get thinks right, Won his maiden easy enough, was talented but frastrated the major and was sold, went hurdling with Fred Winter, won scottish Champion hurdle, went chasing in America winning First Champion chase there.
Run good second in westley maiden at Newmarket autumn sales meeting, lot of crops at the time run well at two but did not progress at three, he was 17 hands, and was sold, went on to be placed at five, and won three races over the large fences.
Troopship was not put in traing because of injuries, Was sold as broodmare to South Africa where she produced winners
Sea Fret grey filly by habit, sold s a yearling Won early, went on to be top class broodmare, breeding a black type family.
Chestnut Colt by Vitiges out of Upper Deck, run few times sold at sales.
Liner finish second at Newmarket autumn maiden, did not improve at 3 years, was sold. Winner over hurdles.
Second on debut at Newmarket maiden at October meeting over a mile, placed in Newbury Spring Maiden, Won three races at Bath, Kempton and Chester, good third in morland at Newbury in soft, went to win at Goodwood alycidon stakes, up in class placed in listed and group company,
Longboat started his next season with a win in the Sargro Stakes group 3 at Ascot beating Gilldoran the gold cup winner, run 4th in Yorkshire Cup, Guildoran won the Gold Cup by short head, Not seen again that season due to illness,
Longboat, back to himself in the spring, Ran 5th in Aston park at Newbury in soft ground, Next race was Henry 11 stakes Group 3 at Sandown, was close to lead and went away up the hill, Their was no mistakes in the Gold Cup this year, sent for home three furlongs out won by 6 lengths, went on to win staying championship winning the Goodwood and Doncaster Cups, , he was brought by Kerry Packer as a Stallion.
Bay filly by Brigadier Gerald out of Packet, sold at two years, placed 3 times at three, broodmare in France