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Leading sire in Great Britain and Ireland

The list below shows the leading sire of racehorses in Great Britain and Ireland for each year since 1751. This is determined by the amount of prize money won by the sire's progeny during the season.


  • 1751 - Blaze
  • 1762 - Blank
  • 1764 - Blank
  • 1767 - Snap
  • 1768 - Snap
  • 1769 - Snap
  • 1770 - Blank
  • 1771 - Snap
  • 1797 - King Fergus
  • 1803 - Trumpator
  • 1810 - Waxy
  • 1811 - Sorcerer
  • 1812 - Sorcerer
  • 1813 - Sorcerer
  • 1814 - Selim
  • 1815 - Rubens
  • 1816 - Walton
  • 1817 - Orville
  • 1818 - Walton
  • 1819 - Soothsayer
  • 1820 - Phantom
  • 1821 - Rubens
  • 1822 - Rubens
  • 1823 - Orville
  • 1824 - Phantom
  • 1825 - Election
  • 1826 - Whalebone
  • 1827 - Whalebone
  • 1828 - Filho da Puta
  • 1829 - Blacklock
  • 1830 - Emilius
  • 1831 - Emilius
  • 1838 - Camel
  • 1839 - Priam
  • 1840 - Priam
  • 1841 - Taurus
  • 1845 - Slane
  • 1846 - Venison
  • 1847 - Venison
  • 1850 - Epirus
  • 1853 - Melbourne
  • 1857 - Melbourne
  • 1859 - Newminster
  • 1863 - Newminster
  • 1868 - Buccaneer
  • 1869 - Thormanby
  • 1872 - Blair Athol
  • 1873 - Blair Athol
  • 1874 - Adventurer
  • 1875 - Blair Athol
  • 1876 - Lord Clifden
  • 1877 - Blair Athol
  • 1878 - Speculum
  • 1879 - Flageolet
  • 1897 - Kendal
  • 1899 - Orme
  • 1903 - St. Frusquin
  • 1904 - Gallinule
  • 1905 - Gallinule
  • 1907 - St. Frusquin
  • 1909 - Cyllene
  • 1910 - Cyllene
  • 1911 - Sundridge
  • 1913 - Desmond
  • 1922 - Lemberg
  • 1927 - Buchan
  • 1936 - Fairway
  • 1939 - Fairway
  • 1943 - Fairway
  • 1944 - Fairway
  • 1948 - Big Game
  • 1952 - Tehran
  • 1953 - Chanteur
  • 1958 - Mossborough
  • 1959 - Petition
  • 1960 - Aureole
  • 1961 - Aureole
  • 1964 - Chamossaire
  • 1965 - Court Harwell
  • 1966 - Charlottesville
  • 1972 - Queen's Hussar
  • 1975 - Great Nephew
  • 1976 - Wolver Hollow
  • 1979 - Petingo
  • 1980 - Pitcairn
  • 1981 - Great Nephew
  • 2009 - Danehill Dancer


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