Teddy Grimthorpe is stepping down from as racing manager to Juddmonte Farms after 22 years in the role.
Grimthorpe managed all of the late Khalid Abdullah's horses in Europe, including Frankel, Enable, Kingman and Workforce, but he feels now is the right time to depart.
"I have always felt that the time for me to stand down from Juddmonte would be when Prince Khalid was no longer involved," he said in a statement. "It has been a huge privilege to work for the Prince and his family, and with the outstanding Juddmonte team, which has been so successful for so long.
"Of course I am sad to leave. But, with the Prince's death two months ago and over 20 years as his Racing Manager, now is the right time. I leave an organisation in great shape, which is supreme at what it does, and I have no doubt Juddmonte will continue to thrive and produce top-class homebred thoroughbred horses competing at the highest level on racecourses across the world."
Article Posted on Thursday 8th April 2021 @ 16.21