By Sportsmail Reporter
Published: 17:48 GMT, 24 February 2020 | Updated: 17:49 GMT, 24 February 2020
Popular stayer Double Trigger has died at the age of 28.
Trained by Mark Johnston, the son of Ela-Mana-Mou won 14 of his 29 races including the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot in 1995.
He also won three Goodwood Cups and three Doncaster Cups, as well as landing both the Henry II and Sagaro Stakes twice.
Popular stayer and Gold Cup winner Double Trigger has died at the age of 28
The Middleham trainer told his official website: 'Double Trigger died yesterday in his paddock at John and Sarah Haydon's Clarendon Farm in Wiltshire. He was 28 years and 11 months old. A great age for a thoroughbred horse.sonos sonos