2000 -- Our sprint star Trippi finished the year with $620,500 in earnings, with seven wins (five graded stakes), and represented Dogwood in both the Kentucky Derby and the Breeders' Cup. Impeachment was the only three-year-old to compete in all of the Triple Crown races. The stable compiled $2,112,021 in purse earnings for the year! Cot Campbell's Lightning in a Jar was published by Eclipse Press, a division of The Blood-Horse.

2001 -- Two-year-old Smok'n Frolic ran in seven stakes, winning three and placing in two others, and finished the year with $342,744 in purse earnings. Distilled won the Illinois Derby, and Amaretta, Finality, Trippi, Whitewashed, and Windsor Castle are stakes placed. By year's end, Cot Campbell's Lightning in a Jar was into its second printing and he had begun work on a second book, Rascals and Racehorses...A Sporting Man's Life (published in the summer of 2002).

2003 -- Dogwood Stable set a new earnings record of $2,204,564. Smok’n Frolic became the stable’s fifth millionaire and finished the year with $1,276,500 in career earnings. There were seven stakes winners during the year—Smok’n Frolic, Heckle, Limehouse, Fond, Finality, Hypnotist, and Windsor Castle. Cot Campbell is honored for his "outstanding contributions to racing" with the Clay Puett Award during the University of Arizona Race Track Industry Program’s 30th annual Symposium on Racing.

2004 -- The Thoroughbred Club of America names Cot Campbell its 2004 Honor Guest.  Dogwood's millionaire mare, Smok'n Frolic, brings $1,250,000 during Keeneland's November Breeding Stock Sale (she retires with earnings of $1,534,720).  Campbell is also named Chairman of the Sales Integrity Task Force and in a December press conference at Keeneland Race Course the committee releases its Code of Ethics.  Limehouse wins two graded stakes and finishes fourth in the Kentucky Derby-and he is one of six graded stakes winners for the year (Smok'n Frolic, Fond, Departing Now, Speedy Deedy, and United are the others).

2005 -- Dogwood breaks the earnings record set in 2003, with a year-end total of $2,688,782! Limehouse becomes Dogwood's sixth millionaire with his win in the Grade 2, $250,000 Brooklyn Handicap at Belmont Park on June 11. The colt retires after the Breeders' Cup with career earnings of $1,100,433 after winning stakes in all three years of his career. Limehouse will begin his breeding career at Vinery (Lexington, KY) in 2006. Twelve horses are stakes winners (Limehouse, Vicarage, United, Drum Major and Summer Rainbow) or stakes-placed.

2007 -- Cotton Blossom wins the Grade 1 Acorn Stakes at Belmont Park and later that year was sold at Keeneland for $1,900,000. Cot Campbell is elected to the Jockey Club and is also inducted into the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame. His third book, the autobiography Memoirs of a Longshot... A Riproarious Life, is published.

2009 -- Summer Squall dies at Lane's End Farm at age 22.

2011 -- Dogwood entered its sixth decade of racing. The stable won its eighth graded stakes race at Keeneland, and was awarded the coveted Gold Tray.

2012 -- Cot Campbell receives the prestigious Eclipse Award of Merit for "lifetime achievement in the Thoroughbred industry." Dogwood purchased Palace Malice at the Keeneland two-year-old sale for $200,000.

2013 -- Palace Malice wins the $1 Million Belmont Stakes and followed that victory with one in the Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga.

2014 -- Palace Malice wins four straight graded stakes: Gulfstream Park Handicap, New Orleans Handicap, Westchester Stakes, and the Metropolitan Mile, suffers an injury in the Whitney and is out for the rest of the year. Fifty percent of the horse is sold to Three Chimneys Farm for a 2015 racing campaign, followed by a stallion career. Cot Campbell is made a Doctor of Humane Letters at the University of South Carolina Aiken. He also receives the Joe Palmer Award from the National Turf Writers and Broadcasters for service to the industry. The Aiken Thoroughbred Hall of Fame creates the Dogwood Room, honoring the record of the stable.

2015 -- With winnings of $2,700,000, Palace Malice was purchased for stud duty by Three Chimneys Farm in Midway, Kentucky, with an anticipated stud fee of $20,000 and a book of 130 mares for 2016. He campaigned for four years in Dogwood colors and was surely one of the highlight horses in the history of the stable. The Dogwood office in Aiken remains open, with a small staff, tending to residual matters and industry projects. Cot Campbell maintains a small string of horses.