Pattern and Group Races: 2014

The 2014 season saw classy two-year-old RED TORNADO (Fr) travel to France four times, plundering yet more euros and valuable French Owner Premiums. Starting with a second at Compiegne, he went one better at Clairefontaine and followed that up with another win at Chantilly before finishing fourth at Longchamp in a Group 3. His exploits bagged over 100,000 euros in prize money.
 
STORM ROCK won impressively at York and LULANI out-battled a high-class field at Newbury to win her maiden. Both look exciting prospects for their three-year-old campaigns in 2015.

Pattern and Group Races: 2013

SIR PATRICK MOORE continued the fine form that he showed in 2012, finishing second in the Group 3 Greenham Stakes at Newbury, beaten just a length by Olympic Glory on his seasonal debut and having been put to a mark of 110, he became the highest rated horse Harry has ever trained.
 
He went on to finish fourth to the legendary Moonlight Cloud in a Group 3 at Longchamp before being sold for a substantial sum to race in Australia for Chris Waller Racing. He originally cost just 16,000 euros.
 
ROZ gave Harry his first Classic runner when she lined up for the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket and her tenth place in a competitive field was a proud day for the whole team. She went on to finish ninth in the Oaks at Epsom later in the summer.

Pattern and Group Races: 2012

This was a landmark year for Harry Dunlop Racing; with exciting two-year-old ROZ providing Harry with his best ever finish in a Group 1 race. Second to Certify in the Fillies Mile at Newmarket, she gave the whole team hope that she would turn into a Fillies Classics horse for 2013.
 
VIKING STORM continued to fulfil his promise, winning four out of six races and placing in the other two. He stepped up in class and finished third in a Listed race, ending the season on a mark of 106.
 
This year also saw Harry have his first ever French winner. Having been bred in France, two-year-old SIR PATRICK MOORE (Fr) was eligible for the valuable French Owner Premiums and he ran three times in France winning at Compiegne under Christophe Soumillon, finishing second at Longchamp in a Listed race and sixth at Deauville in the valuable Sales race. He went on to win his debut maiden at Newbury and finished the season sixth in the Group 1 Racing Post Trophy.

Pattern and Group Races: 2010

Having not raced for 365 days THREE MOONS made a remarkable comeback as a four-year-old when finishing fourth in the Group 3 Dahila Stakes at Newmarket. She went on to run at Royal Ascot were she was a gallant fifth in the Wolferton Handicap Stakes before being fourth in the highly rated Upavon Fillies Stakes at Salisbury.
 
GREEN MOON gave Harry his biggest handicap success when winning the London Gold Cup at Newbury by a magnificent four lengths. The son of Montjeu went on to win the prestigious Fairway Stakes at Newmarket by two lengths and subsequently finished an unlucky fifth in the Group 2 King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Pattern and Group races: 2009

THREE MOONS, bred by Ben Goldsmith at Rushbrooke Stud, finished second on 1,000 Guineas day at Newmarket in the Pretty Polly Stakes. Sadly she went wrong just a couple of days before the Oaks at Epsom which was a bitter disappointment for everybody.
 
As a two-year-old she had been beaten a neck by Midday and it was very hard to watch the Oaks finish, in which Midday finished second by a neck. Who knows where Three Moons could have finished had she been allowed to take her chance.
 
Now in her third year in training, FESTOSO won yet another Black Type race at Haydock, taking the Cecil Frail Stakes. In her final season of a fabulous race career she went on to finish a fine third in the Dubai Duty Free Cup Listed race at Newbury.
Owners ‘Here Come the Boys’ experienced the winning feeling at the first time of asking when PRACTITIONER scored on debut at Salisbury under Richard Hughes. The gelding went on to finish second in the prestigious Washington Singer Stakes at Newbury. At the end of his two-year-old career he was sold for 80,000gs at the Horses in Training sale to race in Hong Kong. Not bad for a horse that cost £5,500 only a year earlier.

Pattern and Group races: 2008

Following her success at Newcastle, CLASSIC REMARK headed to Glorious Goodwood to make her Group 1 debut in the Nassau Stakes. Despite the race ending up a sprint, she ran a fantastic race, finishing sixth and beaten only three lengths by Halfway To Heaven, the Irish 1,000 Guineas winner and Lush Lashes, the Coronation Stakes winner.
 
On the final turf day of the Flat season she signed off her racing career by finishing second at Doncaster in the Gillies Fillies Stakes. A wonderful filly for Harry and the team, she is now a broodmare. FESTOSO signed off an injury interrupted three-year-old season with a brave third in the Sceptre Stakes Listed race at Doncaster.