Dartmouth

Size: 16.1.h.h.

Year of birth: 2012

Colour:

Breeder:

Sire: Dubawi

Dam: Galatee

Fee (£): 3,000.00


Race Record

8 wins, £683,298 from 2 to 5 years (8-14f)
















TOUGH, CONSISTENT AND HIGH CLASS

BY ONE OF THE WORLD’S LEADING SIRES

Sire DUBAWI – won Gr.1 Irish 2,000 Guineas,
Gr.1 Prix Jacques Le Marois, Gr.1 National Stakes, etc;
Sire of 93 Group winners, 33 Gr.1 winners, incl MAKFI (sire),
AL KAZEEM (sire), POET’S VOICE (sire), NIGHT OF THUNDER (sire),
POSTPONED, WALDPARK (sire), ZARAK, etc.
Sire under NH Rules of: DODGING BULLETS (Gr.1 Champion Chase,
Cheltenham, Gr.1 Clarence House Chase, etc.), PURPLE BAY (Gr.2),
LACHLAN BRIDGE (Gr.3 x 2 at Auteuil), BRICK RED,
VULCANITE, PALAWI, etc.


A FAMILY PACKED WITH GR.1 WINNERS

Dam GALATEE – won Gr.3 Blue Wind S,
LR Victor McCalmont Memorial; dam of 3 winners, DARTMOUTH,
MANATEE (Gr.2 GP de Chantilly, Gr.2 Prix du Conseil de Paris)
and GATERIE (LR Prix du Carrousel)
The immediate family of
ARCANGUES (Gr.1 Breeders’ Cup Classic, Gr.1 Prix d’Ispahan, etc., sire),
AQUARELLISTE (Gr.1 Prix de Diane, Gr.1 Prix Vermeille, etc),
ARTISTE ROYAL Gr.1 Turf Ch’ship, etc, sire),
CAPE VERDI (Gr.1 1,000 Guineas, etc),
ANGARA (Gr.1 Beverly D S, Gr.1 Diana S, etc), etc.


"The Queen has a great deal of admiration and affection for Dartmouth,
and some of Her Majesty’s mares will certainly be visiting him. Dartmouth
is a really good-looking horse with a great pedigree, and was also exceptionally
brave, tough and genuine. When he outfought Highland Reel to win the Hardwicke
in the week of the Queen’s official 90th birthday, his ‘never say die’ attitude
gave us all enormous pleasure."
JOHN WARREN


"Dartmouth was one of the most determined horses I have trained
and also a very sound one. He was top-class at 1½ miles and beyond,
and I shall always remember the way he put his head down and charged for the line
to win the Hardwicke. As well as having racing ability and the ideal combination
of looks, enthusiasm and soundness, he also has a wonderful temperament."
SIR MICHAEL STOUTE