1990 -- Summer Squall won the Preakness Stakes, avenging his second-place finish in the Kentucky Derby two weeks earlier.

1991 -- A Year at the Races is published, a coffee table book which chronicles the ups and downs of the Dogwood Racing Stable and highlighted by Summer Squall. The book is written by Robert and Joan Parker, with photographs by William Strode.

1992 -- Cot Campbell was the recipient of the John W. Galbreath Award for "exceptional entrepreneurial and management skills" in the equine industry.

1993 -- The Dogwood Dominion Award was established to honor racing’s "unsung heroes." The winner receives a $5,000 check and a bronze statue of Dominion (Dogwood Stable’s wonderful runner) during an annual luncheon in Saratoga Springs.

1994 -- Dogwood Stable was leading owner of the Saratoga meet! Wild Escapade won the Grade 1 Hopeful Stakes by five lengths.

1996 -- Storm Song won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies stake on October 26. The talented daughter of Summer Squall was also named North American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly.

1997 -- Dogwood Stable had its fourth Kentucky Derby entry with Jack Flash. Also that year, Dogwood’s champion filly Storm Song was sold at Keeneland’s November Sale and topped the sale with a final bid of $1,400,000.

1998 -- Early Warning became Dogwood Stable’s 50th stakes winner when he won the Discovery Handicap on October 28 at Aqueduct.

1999 -- Dogwood Stable's jockey is installed at '21,' the famed New York restaurant. The jockey was unveiled along with three others at a cocktail party ceremony, and then placed in front of the restaurant - joining such names as Calumet, Phipps, Darby Dan, and Paul Mellon.