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Anthony W. Dutrow

Tony Dutrow
Occupation Trainer
Birthplace Hagerstown, Maryland
Birth date April 27, 1958
Career wins 1,000+ (ongoing)
Major racing wins, honours & awards
Major racing wins
(selected)
Prioress Handicap (1987)
Belmont Futurity Stakes (2000)
Schuylerville Stakes (2001)
Sir Barton Stakes (2001)
Whirlaway Stakes (2002)
Miss Woodford Stakes (2003)
Comely Stakes (2008)
Cotillion Handicap (2008)
Ogden Phipps Handicap (2009)
Holy Bull Stakes (2010)
Significant horses
A Little Warm, Seattle Smooth, Winslow Homer

Anthony W. "Tony" Dutrow (born April 27, 1958 in Hagerstown, Maryland) is an American horse trainer in Thoroughbred horse racing.

The eldest of three brothers involved in Thoroughbred racing, he is the son of the late well-known Maryland trainer Richard E. Dutrow, Sr. A brother to trainer Rick Dutrow, the youngest brother Chip works as Tony's assistant.

Tony Dutrow grew up in the racing business and as a boy helped out at his father's barn. Having learned to condition horses, he took out his training license and earned his first win in 1975 at Delaware Park Racetrack. He worked with his father for several years then beginning in 1985 with trainer Bobby Frankel in California until going out on his own in 1987.

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