Prince Khalid Abdullah, owner of Frankel and Enable has died

Paola Ditto
Gennaio 14, 2021

"Prince Khalid bin Abdullah was foremost a man of extraordinary class, and the excellence he achieved in Thoroughbred racing and breeding globally will continue to influence the breed for generations". He died peacefully on Tuesday 12th January 2021.

A passionate supporter of horse racing as a young man, Prince Khalid founded Juddmonte in 1980 and oversaw the breeding of more than 440 winners _ including 102 at top-tier Grade One level worldwide _ who carried his green, pink and white silks.

The whole of Juddmonte feels a huge sense of loss.

Two-time Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe victor Enable was the latest in a succession of top racehorses for Abdullah, who also owned Dancing Brave, Zafonic, Commander In Chief, Midday, Kingman and Arrogate.

Khalid bin Abdullah, the Saudi prince who owned the Juddmonte Farms horse-racing operation which produced superstar thoroughbreds like Frankel and Dancing Brave, has died. He leaves a legacy that will stand the test of time. "His unforgettable pink, green and white silks made numerous trips to the Churchill Downs winner's circle with regally-bred horses - from 2001 Kentucky Oaks victor Flute to 2018 Breeders' Cup Turf champion Enable - and they are fondly remembered by the Churchill Downs family as part of his significant legacy".

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