Godolphin Racing

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Godolphin Racing is the Maktoum family's private thoroughbred horseracing stable and was named in honour of the Godolphin Arabian, who came from the desert to become one of the three founding stallions of the modern thoroughbred.

UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the driving force behind Godolphin. He also owns the Darley Stud breeding operation. Godolphin's first runner and winner was Cutwater (GB) at Nad Al Sheba, Dubai on December 24, 1992 while Godolphin's international operation commenced in 1994. The stable has training facilities in both Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Newmarket, United Kingdom.

Horses are wintered in Dubai, then travel each April to Godolphin's UK-based Godolphin Stables, which is the former Stanley House Stables, built in 1903 by Frederick Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby or to the historic which is also located in Newmarket.

Godolphin registered its 100th Group/Grade One win with Sulamani in the 2003 Arlington Million. Since then, the stable has won a further 77 Group/Grade One races around the globe.


  • The stable's retained jockey is Frankie Dettori while Emirati jockey also rides for the stable.
  • Godolphin's racing manager is .
  • Godolphin has three trainers: , and Andre Fabre.


Some of Godolphin's Hall Of Fame horses include:
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