1853: in 3 starts, he was 3RD Great North & South of England Biennial S. (Goodwood, to Marsyas and Scythian), and WON the Brighton Biennial S. (Brighton) and the Triennial Produce S. (Newmarket 1st Oct).
1854: in his only start that year, was 2ND to Andover for The Derby S. (Epsom).
1855, after covering 20 mares at Mentmore, he WON the Triennial Produce S. (Newmarket 1st Oct), then broke down and was unplaced in running for the Cesarewitch S. (Newmarket 2nd Oct).
Photo of the Broehm statue of King Tom - the "Monarch of Mentmore" - in the gardens in front of the mansion at Mentmore, where he stood at stud.
King Tom died of old age in January 1878.