The Cartier Awards, Europe’s end-of-season racing championships, take place Tuesday 11 November at the Dorchester Hotel in London, England.

Eight equine awards will be presented, headed by Cartier Horse of the Year, as well as the Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit, which goes to the person or persons who, in the opinion of the 17-person Cartier Jury, has done the most for European racing and/or breeding either over their lifetime or within the last year.

The Cartier awards are determined through a combination of points earned by horses in pattern races throughout the year (40%), opinions of racing journalists (30%) and votes from readers of Racing Post and The Daily Telegraph plus Channel 4 Racing viewers (30%).

Horse of the Year
Australia (GB), Kingman (GB), Noble Mission (GB), Treve (Fr)
Older Horse
Cirrus des Aigles (Fr), Integral (GB), Noble Mission, Treve (Fr)
Three-Year-Old Colt
Australia, Charm Spirit (Ire), Kingman, The Grey Gatsby (Ire)
Three-Year-Old Filly
Avenir Certain (Fr), Miss France (Ire), Taghrooda (GB), Tapestry (Ire)
G Force (Ire), Gordon Lord Byron (Ire), Slade Power (Ire), Sole Power (GB)
Brown Panther (GB), Kingston Hill (Ire), Leading Light (Ire), Protectionist (Ger)
Two-Year-Old Colt
Elm Park (GB), Gleneagles (Ire), Ivawood (Ire), The Wow Signal (Ire)
Two-Year-Old Filly
Cursory Glance, Found (Ire), Tiggy Wiggy (Ire), Together Forever (Ire)