King Of Change

There is no better way to start your Monday off than watching highlights at some of the best races over the last few years and today's throwback looks at last year's QEII on British Champions Day.

The four year old last season raced four times and truly arose as a horse to be reckoned with having won nicely at Nottingham on his seasonal debut before heading into the 2000 Guineas as a 66/1 shot and finishing a bold second.

From there the son of Farhh took a small break and was unleashed again in September, winning the Listed Fortune Stakes at Sandown and that set the colt up perfectly to land the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on Champion Day.

The Group One winner has not been seen since that win and is being targeted again for the same race but his trainer Richard Hannon will be hoping to get a run into him before that.