New Exhibit Space Unveiled At NHRM For Hall of Fame, as Stoute and Sea The Stars Formally Added

Sir Michael Stoute peruses an exhibit | National Horse Racing Museum

Sir Michael Stoute and Sea The Stars (Ire) were officially welcomed into the QIPCO British Champions Hall of Fame on Sunday, and the trainer was on hand at the National Horse Racing Museum in Newmarket, where a new exhibition space was unveiled specifically for Hall of Fame members.

The duo are the first members of the Class of 2023 to be announced, and the medal presentation took place in a new dedicated room in the museum's Thompson Gallery. The 10-time champion trainer has over 4,000 winners to his name, and he is the first active trainer to join the Hall of Fame ranks. Sea The Stars, a star galloper during his 3-year-old year in 2009, is the eighth horse to join the Hall of Fame.

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