Sir Michael Stoute
- Barbados

Currently Residing:
Suffolk United Kingdom

son Robert and daughter Caroline

Michael Stoute immigrated to England for learning the art of horse training at first from Pat Rohan followed by trainers Doug Smith and Tom Jones. Taking out license for training, Stoute registered his careerâ s first win with Sandal at Newmarket in 1972. He won the Epsom Derby four times; became champion English trainer on eight occasions and posted first and second spot in the Breedersâ Cup Turf in 2000.

Year Races Run Wins Place Show Earnings
2009 3 1 0 0 $1,800,000

Alphadamus and Blue Cashmere were his major sprinters during 1973 and they brought him The Stewards' Cup and Ayr Gold Cup, respectively. Some of his other winners include Shergar, Shahrastani, Kris Kin, North Light, Shadeed, Marwell, Ajdal, Golan, Among Men, Zilzal, Sonic Lady, Kartajana, Pilsudski, Singspiel, Islington and Russian Rhythm. In 2006, Stoute got victory with Notnowcato, Peeress and Rob Roy completing 100-winner mark in the season.