Kingman named Horse of the Year at Cartier Racing Awards
Kingman has been named 2014 Horse of the Year at the Cartier Racing Awards.
The three-year-old miler, trained by John Gosden for owner Prince Khalid Abdullah, won four Group One races including the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Kingman claimed the honour ahead of fellow shortlisted contenders Australia, Treve and Noble Mission.
On a winning night for Abdullah, his Champion Stakes winner Noble Mission took the award for best older horse.
Nobel Mission, the younger brother of Frankel, was trained to three top-level triumphs by Lady Cecil, while Australia won the English and Irish Derbies and Treve secured a second Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
The horse also claimed the prize for top three-year-old colt, with the filly award going to stablemate Taghrooda.