1975 Hawaii – Sound of Success, by Successor
Bred, raised and sold by Stone Farm, Hawaiian Sound was purchased by Robert Sangster and raced for
Sangster in partnership with Arthur Hancock, Leone J. Peters and Dick Bonnycastle. A winner at two, Hawaiian
Sound won or placed in all eight starts at three. He won the Benson and Hedges Gold Cup-G1, was runner-up
in the Epsom Derby-G1, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth D.-G1, and the Champion S.-G1. At the end
of the year, he was rated fourth on the English Free Handicap for 3-year-olds with an impost of 136 pounds,
weighted below only Ile de Bourbon, Acamas, and Shirley Heights. After his racing career, he entered stud at
Stone Farm. Hawaiian Sound was the first Classic Horse to come from Stone Farm. He retired to the farm for stud duty after his racing career.