Prince Of Arran, Charlie Fellowes Racing’s international superstar, was and remains a firm yard favourite. He was a high-class consistent stayer who showed up to all the big days in Great Britain and overseas. On his first trip abroad to Meydan, in 2018, he was a winner. Later that year he travelled down under to Flemington, Australia where he won The Lexus Stakes (Group 3). This proved to be one of the best days of Charlies training career as the win meant that he had qualified to run in The Melbourne Cup, 3 days later. He ran a gallant race to finish third.
In 2019 Prince Of Arran once again travelled down to Melbourne, where he ran three times. Out of those three runs he was second in the Group 2 Herbert Power Stakes, he won the Group 3 Geelong Cup and he was second in the Group 1 Melbourne Cup. A memorable trip abroad for Charlie and the team.
In 2020 Prince Of Arran ran another tremendous race in the Group 1 Melbourne Cup. He finished third, only beaten ¾ of a length. ‘Arran’ was the horse of a lifetime and gave Charlie some of the most memorable days of his training career, something for which he will always be grateful.
‘Arran’ now spends his days where Charlie grew up and where his parents still live. He is thriving in his new Dressage career under the care of Beth Curtis and Natalie Scriven.
Chiefofchiefs gave the Charlie Fellowes team and his owner breeders, The Ayres family, some amazing days out. Best of all when winning the Silver Wokingham at Royal Ascot in 2020. He was rated 100 and was a high class performer, winning over 6f – 10f. He showed up to all the big days in Great Britain as well as travelling abroad to Meydan, Dubai.
Chiefofchiefs was retired from racing in 2022. He currently lives his days out in the paddock at his Norfolk home, where he was bred.
Carolinae breaks all the rules on how a racehorse should look. However, that did not stop her on a racecourse. She was a tough filly who rarely finished out of the money. She gained black type when winning the Listed Queen Charlotte Stakes at Chelmsford.
Carolinae is by Makfi, who is an excellent broodmare sire. She was picked up by David Redvers at the December Mares Sale in 2018 for just 35,000gns. Carolinae is now at Tweenhills stud where she has taken well to life as a broodmare. Her eldest progeny is a two-year-old filly by Zoustar, who is currently in training with Charlie.