LONDON (AP) — Kingman has been voted Europe's top horse for 2014, beating out last year's winner Treve in the Cartier Racing awards.

The three-year-old miler won seven out of eight starts this year, including the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot, where he overtook Night of Thunder in the final furlong.

Kingman is owned and bred by Prince Khalid Abdullah and trained by John Gosden.

Treve did not hold on to the award she won in 2013, despite winning the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe for the second straight year.