Juddmonte has received 15 Eclipse Awards to date, including the Top Breeder Award in 1995, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2009 and the Top Owner Award in 1992, 2003 and 2016.
In 2016, Juddmonte bred 19 individual stakes winners of 26 stakes races, including multiple Grade 1 winner and Eclipse Champion Turf Male Flintshire.
Juddmonte received three Eclipse Awards in total - the others being for Champion Three-Year-Old Male with Arrogate and a third Top Owner award. Arrogate was also crowned as the 2016 Longines World's Best Racehorse.
FRANKEL was awarded the TBA Tattersalls’ Silver Salver for being the leading British-based first season sire in 2016, after he made a phenomenal start to his stallion career with 18 individual winners, of which six were Group winners, including Group 1 winner and Japanese Champion Soul Stirring. It's an award that Juddmonte has won three times previously with WARNING, ZAFONIC and OASIS DREAM.
In 2015, Juddmonte bred 15 individual stakes winners of 19 stakes races, including Group 1 winners New Bay and Flintshire.
Prince Khalid Abdullah was awarded a monthly TBA Breeder of the Month prize for the performance of New Bay in winning the Prix du Jockey Club Gr.1. New Bay is the 24th European Classic winner bred by Juddmonte Farms.
In 2014, Juddmonte bred 18 Group/Graded Stakes winners of 29 Group/Graded Stakes races, including Group 1 winners Emollient, Epicuris, Flintshire, Full Mast, KINGMAN and Noble Mission.
Prince Khalid Abdullah was Owner Of The Year at the Horserace Writers and Photographers Association Awards for the fifth time (having also won in 2012, 2011, 2010 and 1986).
KINGMAN was crowned 2014 Horse Of The Year and 3YO Colt at the Cartier Awards, and was also voted Horse Of The Year and Outstanding Miler at the ROA Awards. Close Hatches (by FIRST DEFENCE) received the Eclipse Award for Top Older Female and Noble Mission was crowned champion Older Horse at the Cartier Awards.
OASIS DREAM received the Barleythorpe Stud Silver Cup from the TBA for the third successive year as the leading British-based sire by individual winners in Britain and Ireland, and Juddmonte Farms receievd the TBA Silver Rose Bowl as flat breeder of the year.
In 2013, Juddmonte bred 16 Group/Graded Stakes winners of 23 Group/Graded Stakes races, including Group 1 winners Emollient, Flintshire, Foreteller, Romantica, Seek Again and Winsili.
At the TBA Awards, OASIS DREAM once again received the Barleythorpe Stud Silver Cup for being the leading British-based sire by individual winners in Britain and Ireland. In winning this award for the second year running, he managed to up his tally of individual winners from 86 to 96.
In 2012, Juddmonte bred 13 Group/Graded Stakes winners of 22 Group/Graded Stakes races, including Group 1 winners Cityscape and FRANKEL.
Prince Khalid Abdullah was Owner Of The Year at the Horserace Writers and Photographers Association Awards for the third time in succession and fourth overall, and was also Owner Of The Year at the ROA Awards, again for the third successive year.
FRANKEL was crowned 2012 Champion Older Horse and 2012 Horse Of The Year at the Cartier Awards, and also received the Daily Telegraph Award of Merit for 'Team Frankel'. FRANKEL was also awarded 2012 Horse Of The Year, Miler Of The Year and Middle Distance Horse Of The Year by the Racehorse Owners Association, and was the QIPCO British Champions Series 2012 Horse Of The Series. FRANKEL also received the Betsi Racing Award at the Animal Health Trust UK Equestrian Awards.
The TBA Awards saw Juddmonte again pick up the Queen's Silver Cup for leading British-based breeder (for the ninth time in 13 years) and OASIS DREAM received the Barleythorpe Stud Silver Cup for being the leading British-based sire by individual winners in Britain and Ireland.
In 2011, Juddmonte bred 19 Group/Graded Stakes winners of 36 Group/Graded Stakes races, including eight individual Group/Grade 1 winners of 11 Group/Grade 1 races – Announce, Emulous, FRANKEL, Midday, Mutual Trust, Prohibit, Timepiece and Twice Over.
Prince Khalid Abdullah was once again crowned Owner Of The Year at the Horserace Writers and Photographers Association Awards, whilst unbeaten Classic winner FRANKEL became the very first equine recipient of the President’s Award.
Prince Khalid was also named Owner Of The Year at the ROA Awards and won the Animal Health Trust Duralock Racing Award 2011, whilst FRANKEL was awarded the Horse Of The Year and top Three-Year-Old Colt accolades at both the Cartier and the ROA Awards.
The TBA once again awarded OASIS DREAM the BBA Silver Cigar Box for leading British-based sire, whilst Juddmonte picked up the Queen's Silver Cup for leading British-based breeder - for the eighth time in the first 12 years of the 21st Century.
Juddmonte bred 31 individual Group/Stakes winners of 52 races in 2010, including Group/Grade 1 winners Byword, FRANKEL, Midday, Proviso, Redwood, Special Duty, Twice Over and Workforce.
Juddmonte won the TBA Queen’s Silver Cup for the third successive year in 2010. This award is for the leading British-based breeder (Flat earnings). Juddmonte, courtesy of DANSILI, also won the BBA Silver Cigar Box, which is awarded to the leading British-based stallion (Flat earnings). OASIS DREAM won this award in 2009.
Prince Khalid Abdullah was the recipient of the Owner Of The Year award from both the ROA and the Horserace Writers and Photographers Association.
Dewhurst Stakes winner FRANKEL was named Best Two-Year-Old Colt at the Cartier Awards and Outstanding Two-Year-Old Colt at the ROA Awards, while Derby and Arc de Triomphe winner Workforce was awarded Best Three-Year-Old Colt at the Cartier Awards as well as Outstanding Three-Year-Old Colt and Horse Of The Year at the ROA Awards. Winter Derby winner Tranquil Tiger was named Outstanding All Weather Horse by the ROA.
Juddmonte bred 29 individual Group/Stakes winners of 48 races in 2009, including Group/Grade 1 winners CHAMPS ELYSEES, Midday, Midships, Spanish Moon, Special Duty, Twice Over and Ventura.
Juddmonte won the TBA Queen’s Silver Cup for the second successive year. This award is for the Leading British-based Breeder (Flat earnings). Juddmonte, courtesy of OASIS DREAM, also won the BBA Silver Cigar Box, which is awarded to the Leading British-Based Stallion (Flat earnings).
Cheveley Park Stakes winner Special Duty was named Best Two-Year-Old Filly at the Cartier Awards and Outstanding Two-Year-Old Filly at the ROA Awards, while dual Gr.1 winner Midday was awarded Outstanding Three-Year-Old Filly at the ROA Awards.
In 2008 Juddmonte has bred 32 individual Group/Stakes winners of 49 races in 2008, including Group/Grade 1 winners African Rose, CHAMPS ELYSEES, FIRST DEFENCE, Monzante, Promising Lead, Proportional and Ventura.
Arrive was awarded the H.J. Joel Silver Salver after being named Broodmare of the Year (Flat) by the Thoroughbred Breeders Association, following on from her full sister Hasili who won the 2006 Broodmare of the Year award. Arrive has produced this season top-class fillies Promising Lead (by Danehill) and Visit (by OASIS DREAM). Promising Lead won the Gr.1 Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh and the Gr.3 Middleton Stakes at York in 2008, while Visit was victorious in the Gr.3 Oak Tree Stakes at Goodwood as well as finishing in the frame in the Sun Chariot Stakes, Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf and Matriarch Stakes, all Gr.1 events.
Juddmonte also won the TBA Queen’s Silver Salver in 2008, which is awarded to the Leading British-based Breeder (Flat earnings).
In 2007 Juddmonte bred 27 individual Group/ Stakes winners of 33 races.
OASIS DREAM was awarded the Tattersalls’ Silver Salver at the 2007 TBA Awards for the Leading First Season British-based Sire, joining his predecessors WARNING and ZAFONIC in gaining the award for Khalid Abdulla’s Juddmonte. The 2003 champion sprinter was responsible, among others, for the Gr.3 Princess Margaret Stakes heroine Visit, the Gr.3 Cornwallis Stakes victor Captain Gerrard, and earnings of £347,455.
Juddmonte was also presented with the Andrew Devonshire Bronze at the TBA Awards ceremony. This prestigious award recognises the far-reaching contribution that the organisation has made to the Thoroughbred breeding industry through the past three decades.