|Country||Ireland and England|
|Breeder||Terence James Stannus Gray|
|Owner||Terence James Stannus Gray|
|Trainer||Michael Hurley and Cecil Boyd-Rochfort|
|Zarathustra is a thoroughbred racehorse. He was born around 1951 in Ireland and England, and was bred by Terence James Stannus Gray.|
Irish Derby (1954) |
Irish St. Leger (1954)
Goodwood Cup (1956)
Ascot Gold Cup (1957)
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
|Last updated on 2008·06·26|
After its transfer to Newmarket, Suffolk in 1956, it was trained by Cecil Boyd-Rochfort winning the Ascot Stakes in 1956. In 1957, ridden by renowned jockey Lester Piggott, it won the Ascot Gold Cup in the first of Piggott's eleven wins of that race.
Exported to Japan in 1964, he died there in 1967.