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Frank L. Brothers

Frank Brothers
Occupation Trainer
Birthplace New Orleans, Louisiana
Birth date October 24, 1946
Major racing wins, honours & awards
Major racing wins

Louisiana Handicap (1979)
Arkansas Derby (1989)
Clark Handicap (1990)
Lane's End Stakes (1991)
Lexington Stakes (1991)
Del Mar Debutante Stakes (1992)
Fayette Stakes (1992, 1998)
Del Mar Derby (1994)
Spinaway Stakes (1996)
Blue Grass Stakes (1997)
Fountain of Youth Stakes (1997, 2006)
Gulfstream Park Sprint Championship (1997)
Super Derby (1998)
Louisiana Derby (2000)
Maker's Mark Mile Stakes (2000)
Ashland Stakes (2004)
Forward Gal Stakes (2004)
Champagne (2005)
Hopeful Stakes (2005)
Inside Information Stakes (2005)
Princess Rooney Handicap (2005)
Vinery Madison Stakes (2005)
Alcibiades Stakes (2006)

American Classic Race wins:
Preakness Stakes (1991)
Belmont Stakes (1991)
Racing awards
Outstanding Thoroughbred Trainer Award (1991)
Leading trainer at Louisiana Downs
(nine consecutive times 1980-1988)
Leading trainer at Fair Grounds Race Course (six times)
Honours
Fair Grounds Hall of Fame (1991)
Significant horses
First Samurai, Hansel, Pulpit

Frank L. Brothers (born October 24, 1946 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse trainer who in 1991 won two of the three U.S. Triple Crown races. He was voted the Outstanding Thoroughbred Trainer Award from the United Thoroughbred Trainers of America in 1991 and was inducted into the Fair Grounds Hall of Fame.

A resident of Louisville, Kentucky, Frank Brothers is married to former jockey and television racing analyst, Donna Barton.

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