(160 points) has gone to the front from Winter
(148), with Ulysses
(140) moving into third, after York's Ebor Meeting in the race to be crowned Cartier Horse Of The Year at the 2017 Cartier Racing Awards.
Fellow three-year-old filly Winter has enjoyed a stellar campaign so far. She had no problem with the step up to 10 furlongs on her latest start in the G1 Qatar Nassau Stakes
at Goodwood on August 3 and is now headed for Irish Champions Weekend at Leopardstown on September 9.
Enable and Winter, both with four G1 wins in succession, dominate the Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly division, with dual G1-winning miler Roly Poly
next best on 96 points.
Ulysses, second behind Enable at Ascot, franked the form with his second G1 of the campaign when running down leading three-year-old colts Churchill
(104) and Barney Roy
(116) in the Juddmonte International at York on August 23. Sir Michael Stoute's stable star has opened up a decent lead over Ribchester
(110) in the Cartier Older Horse Award.
Barney Roy and Churchill head the Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt standings, with Thunder Snow (90) and the Al Shaqab Racing-owned pair of Al Wukair and Brametot (both 72) coming along after.
Order Of St George
(36) and Marmelo
(32) have both entered calculations for the Cartier Stayer Award. Order Of St George landed the G3 Irish St Leger Trial at the Curragh on August 19, while Marmelo enjoyed another success in France this season when capturing the G2 Darley Prix Kergolay at Deauville on August 20. Gold Cup hero Big Orange
(72) tops the category on 72 points.
The Pattern race points earned by two-year-olds this year are revealed for the first time.
Royal Ascot victor Sioux Nation
(48) and Unfortunately
(48), both successful at the highest level last time out, are tied at the top of the Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt standings. Sioux Nation gave trainer Aidan O'Brien a 16th success in the G1 Keeneland Phoenix Stakes
at the Curragh on August 13. Unfortunately led home a one-two for Yorkshire-based trainer Karl Burke in the G1 Darley Prix Morny at Deauville on August, 20, defeating Havana Grey
(24) by just over a length.
Another Aidan O'Brien-trained juvenile Clemmie
(24) heads the Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly category. A full-sister to dual 2000 Guineas hero Churchill, she gained back-to-back Pattern race wins in the G3 Grangecon Stud Stakes at the Curragh on July 2 and G2 Duchess Of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket on July 14.
Harry Herbert, Cartier's Racing Consultant, commented: "York once again provided four days of terrific racing, with victories at the highest level for Enable, Ulysses and Marsha.
"Enable now heads the Cartier Horse of the Year standings and our thoughts turn to Europe's autumn highlights which will be upon us soon."