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
“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
- 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
Defeated Horse Of The Year Roaring Lion every time they met over a mile!
"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
Off to a flyer! His first 2YO crop already includes...
- Victoria Road - 3-time winner for Aidan O'Brien including the Gr.3 Prix de Conde & Listed Criterium du Fonds Europeen de L'Elevage
- Gan Teorainn - 2½-length fillies’ maiden winner at Naas for Jim Bolger. Runner-up in the Gr.1 Prix Marcel Boussac & Gr.3 Weld Park Stakes
- Thornbrook - impressive debut maiden winner at Leopardstown for Joseph O'Brien. Third in the Gr.2 Debutante Stakes at the Curragh
- Rage Of Bamby - dual novice stakes winner for Eve Johnson Houghton. Third in the Gr.2 Rockfel Stakes at Newmarket
- Ser Sed - dual winner in France for trainer J. Boisnard
- Killybegs Warrior - dual winner at Newmarket over 7f. for Charlie & Mark Johnston
- Buccabay - 1¾-length maiden winner at Ascot over 6f. for Eve Johnson Houghton
- Behind The Scenes - fillies' novice stakes winner at Kempton over 7f. for James Tate
- Impact Warrior - maiden winner on debut over 7½f. for Paddy Twomey
- Greenland - maiden winner for Aidan O'Brien at Roscommon
- Henry The Lion - 2½-length winner at Marseille Borely for Jerome Reynier
- Moon Ray - winner at Chantilly for Nicholas Clement over 6f.
- Farnesio - dual winner in Spain