b c Kingman – Deliberate (King's Best)
From the first crop of exciting young sire Kingman, Headman won his two-year-old debut readily by almost four lengths and was second on his next start despite being bumped leaving the stalls.
As a three-year-old in 2019, Headman ran five times, winning three times in succession. This included the Gr.2 Prix Eugene Adam by three lengths at Saint-Cloud in June, and the Gr.2 Prix Guillaume d’Ornano at Deauville in August.
Trainer Roger Charlton told sportinglife.com: “From the moment the horse arrived in the yard we always had a feeling he might be star quality. He’s a very good-looking horse and a very well-bred horse. As the  season has unveiled, we’ve all seen Kingman’s progeny doing spectacularly well. Headman has got a lot of class about him and he’s a good-moving horse.”