He was born and began his career in South Africa, where he went through his juvenile campaign unbeaten..
British racegoers got their first glimpse of him in 2013, when he found Gregorian a length and a half too speedy back in the Group 2 Hungerford Stakes at Newbury.
He then made his QIPCO British Champions Series debut in the Group 2 Nayef Joel Stakes and, relishing both the step back up to a mile and the prevailing fast ground, he stormed home three and a half lengths clear of Montiridge. He hated the soft ground at Ascot in the final mile race of the Series, the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes sponsored by QIPCO, where he finished second last.
In the 2014 Queen Anne Stakes but could only finish sixth.