Stands at Coolmore
Unbeaten Group 1 winner at 2 and a brilliant Guineas winner at 3
- By Japanese super-sire DEEP IMPACT (Champion Sire in Japan 2012-2019)
- Out of unbeaten European Champion 2YO Filly MAYBE (by GALILEO)
- His second dam is the Listed winner SUMORA (by DANEHILL), herself a three-parts sister to Oaks winner DANCING RAIN
"Saxon Warrior has big shoes to fill, being the best European performers by lamented Japanese sensation Deep Impact. He headed to Coolmore after a glittering career which saw him land Group 1s at two and three" Racing Post
- At 3: WON Gr.1 2,000 Guineas defeating Masar, Roaring Lion, Expert Eye etc.
- At 2: WON Gr.1 Racing Post Trophy defeating Roaring Lion
- At 2: WON Gr.2 Beresford Stakes by 2½ lengths
"I think it only pays an enormous compliment to Saxon Warrior, who beat us a neck in the Racing Post Trophy at ‘Donny’ and was imperious in the Guineas" John Gosden following Roaring Lion’s Dante Stakes success
Defeated Horse Of The Year Roaring Lion every time they met over a mile!
“This is a colt with an array of weapons, having a top notch cruising speed, the turn of foot to separate himself, the stamina to operate over longer distances and, notably, the kind of pack-dominating tenacity that will ensure he makes the most of his physical gifts.” James Willoughby, Thoroughbred Racing Commentary
His first yearlings sold for ¥190,000,000, ¥90,000,000, €540,000, €370,000, 325,000gns, 300,000gns, €270,000, 205,000gns, €200,000, €160,000, €125,000, 120,000gns, 115,000gns, 115,000gns, 105,000gns, €100,000 etc.
First crop 2YOs are now in training with... Andrew Balding (x2), Jim Bolger, Marco Botti, Cedric Boutin, Karl Burke (x2), Jane Chapple-Hyam, Nicolas Clement, Gavin Cromwell, Keith Dalgleish, Andre Fabre, Francis-Henri Graffard, William Haggas (x2), Richard Hannon, Jessica Harrington (x3), Christopher Head, Freddy Head, Charles Hills, Denis Hogan, Eve Johnson Houghton, Charlie & Mark Johnston (x3), Romain Le Dren Doleuze, Ger Lyons, Kenny McPeek, Stan Moore, William Muir & Chris Grassick, Aidan O’Brien (x5), Andy Oliver, Hugo Palmer, Sir Mark Prescott, Jean-Claude Rouget (x2), David Simcock, James Tate, Nigel Tinkler, Paddy Twomey, Roger Varian (x2) etc.