Enable's Five Best Moments On The Track

Five - Epsom Oaks 2017

Enable during her illustrious career landed 15 of her 19 career starts including 11 Group One victories and the first of those black type victories came at Epsom in the Oaks.

On just her fourth start she headed into Group One company with John Gosden knowing how good she was but the racing world still yet to really know how special she could be.

The Oaks back in 2017 was all about the favourite for Aidan O'Brien Rhododendron who went off as the 8/11 favourite, but it was Enable who made the name for herself by powering to a five length victory in the wet conditions.

It was the race that truly put her on the map as a potential superstar and slots it at number five on her best performances during her career.

Four - Breeders Cup Turf 2018

Coming in at number four on her performance scale is a race that goes under the radar during her career with her becoming the first ever horse to win the Arc and the Breeders Cup Turf in the same season.

There have not been many British or Irish exploits to win over in America at the Breeders Cup meeting, that in itself is a superb achievement.

However, doing it off the back of landing her second Arc at Chantilly and the run she gave to see off the strong challenge from Magical was just extra special.

It was the closest the Aidan O'Brien trained runner went to beating Enable, but the superstar as ever pulled out more when she needed to, to land the Grade One event.

The epic battle between the two horses at Churchill Downs will go down in the record books for years, with both of them pulling clear of a talented field after both already having extremely hard seasons.

Three - Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe 2017

We could not go through Enable's top five performances of her career without putting in her Arc wins, and although she could not create even more history by landing it three times in a row, her two victories in France were very memorable.

As a three year old, the filly became part of a very small group of horses that have won the race at that age and she did it complete style seeing off 17 other runners to take the prestigious event.

The 2017 renewal was at Chantilly as Longchamp was being renovated, but that only played to the strengths of Enable as she was versatile to many tracks throughout her career.

The soft ground was a worry for connections and Gosden with her best efforts coming on better ground but she went on to make history by becoming the first British Filly to take the race.

Two - King George & Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2019

This race is very unlucky to come second in our standings of her best performances as the spectacle it created is one of the best races seen over the last few seasons.

Then a five year old Enable was back for what the racing world was her final season to date, taking the logical steps on the way to her third attempt at three consecutive Arcs.

Although she could not quite land the race in France she more than made up for it in that season when edging out Crystal Ocean in arguably the best renewal of the King George & Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Both horses were at the top of their game with Sir Michael Stoute's Crystal Ocean landing his first Group One of his career over the same course and distance in the Prince of Wales's Stakes.

It made for a superb talking point before the race but the best talking came on the turf when the two great horses pulled clear of the field and were neck and neck all the way to the line with Enable, as ever, pulling out more in the final few strides.

One - Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe 2018

The final piece the puzzle and the best performance we believe we have seen from Enable came when she landed her second consecutive Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

Having only been seen a handful of times in the sport, Enable managed to add her name to the roster of horses to win the French Group One in consecutive years.

This time at Longchamp, the mare went off favourite again but had a much different preparation to her first win the race having suffered a setback and only having one prep run ahead of the event.

She went to Kempton on the all weather in the Group Three September Stakes as her only run ahead of the great race and still managed to see off a star studded Group One field.

That is ultimately what makes this win her best performance to date and of course the finish with Sea Of Class who came from the clouds to nearly steal the party.