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British flat racing Champion Owner

The Champion Owner of flat racing in Great Britain is the owner whose horses have won the most prizemoney during a season. The list below shows the Champion Owner for each year since 1894.


  • 1897 - John Gubbins
  • 1902 - Bob Sievier
  • 1903 - Sir James Miller
  • 1904 - Sir James Miller
  • 1908 - Jack Joel
  • 1912 - Thomas Pilkington
  • 1913 - Jack Joel
  • 1914 - Jack Joel
  • 1915 - Ludwig Neumann
  • 1916 - Sir Edward Hulton
  • 1918 - Lady James Douglas
  • 1920 - Sir Robert Jardine
  • 1931 - Arthur Dewar
  • 1940 - 2nd Viscount Rothermere
  • 1942 - King George VI
  • 1954 - Queen Elizabeth II
  • 1956 - Major Lionel Holliday
  • 1957 - Queen Elizabeth II
  • 1961 - Major Lionel Holliday
  • 1962 - Major Lionel Holliday
  • 1963 - Jim Mullion
  • 1964 - Howell E. Jackson
  • 1965 - Jean Ternynck
  • 1967 - Jim Joel
  • 1968 - Raymond R. Guest
  • 1970 - Charles W. Engelhard, Jr.
  • 1972 - Jean Hislop
  • 1975 - Carlo Vittadini
  • 1980 - Simon Weinstock
  • 2008 - Princess Haya of Jordan


See also

References

  • Wright, Howard (1986). The Encyclopedia of Flat Racing. Robert Hale. pp. 425–426. ISBN 0709026390. 



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