Century Dream has retired from racing and will commence his stud career at Norton Grove Stud in 2022.
Century Dream was a talented and tough racehorse whose career spanned six seasons, racing at the highest level. He was a winning two-year-old and went on to win the G2 Celebration Mile, the G3 Diomed Stakes twice and finished a brave third, beaten less than a length at the highest level, in the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot.
Trainer Simon Crisford said, “Century Dream was an incredibly tough and consistent performer throughout his career winning five Stakes races over a mile.
“He was a stable star for us over the past six seasons and was a pleasure to train. He is an extremely good-looking son of Cape Cross who will be a fabulous addition to Norton Grove’s stallion roster.”
Bruce Raymond, Racing Manager Rabbah Bloodstock said, “Century Dream was a wonderful racehorse. He was a G2-winning miler and amazingly consistent at the highest level - he never ran a bad race. He is a beautifully bred horse who I am sure will be a great addition to the stallion roster at Norton Grove Stud”.