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Gaie Johnson Houghton on her thriving thoroughbred dynasty

The Oxfordshire breeder is the name behind Accidental Agent and Mohaather

Gaie Johnson Houghton with Accidental Agent at Royal Ascot
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Gaie Johnson Houghton has enjoyed a tremendous few seasons as an owner-breeder, reaching the pinnacle when her daughter Eve trained Accidental Agent to land the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot in 2018.

Most recently, she has been behind the exciting miler Mohaather, an impressive winner of the Summer Mile at Ascot.

In this interview, brought to you in association with Great British Racing International, Johnson Houghton explains the background to how this long-cultivated thoroughbred family came about, offers insight to her methods and tells of future plans.


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Accidental Agent was a rather leggy, weak, backward-looking gentleman as a foal, and hadn't improved much by the time he got to the sales
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