Eleven major wins and an array of individual accolades awarded Frankel as being one of the horse racing worlds’ very best. He participated in fourteen races and won every time, making him worth an estimated £100 million, and seeing him start work as a professional stud in 2013.
There’s now well over 100 foals from Frankel’s First Crop and some continuously growing interest from horse breeders across the globe. Frankel’s fee as a stud started at £125,000 and was raised up to £175,000 in 2017, proving how crucial his genes are in a future generation of horses through the first-born foal selling for £1.15 million in auction back in 2014.
The offspring of this exceptional racehorse has become such an interesting subject to fans of horse racing that we’ve put together a page dedicated to covering the development of the many Frankel foals in circulation across the sport. On this page, you will find an extensive list of foals in training, foals that are lined up to compete in notable races, and success stories from some of the more established foals.