A three-time Group One winner, Advertise became the flagship horse for Phoenix Thoroughbreds' UK operation before his retirement. He now stands as a stallion at the National Stud for £25,000.
As a talented two-year-old the son of Showcasing won the Group Two July Stakes before landing the Dubai based owners their first European Group One success when taking victory in the Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh, the first British trained horse to win that race in 21 years.
As a three-year-old, the colt has flourished into one of the most exciting sprinters of his generation winning the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot before travelling to France to land the prestigious Prix Maurice de Gheest.
He is a top stallion prospect and could follow in his sire's hoofprints as a leading producer of top-class winners.
When trained by Martyn Meade Advertise had always shown he was immensely talented having made a winning racecourse debut at Newbury in May, sporting the colours of Manton Estate Racing before being purchased privately.
His first outing in the Phoenix Thoroughbreds' silks was at Royal Ascot 2018 when he found only Calyx too good in the Group 2 Coventry Stakes, the juvenile highlight of the Royal Ascot meeting.