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Jane Chapple-Hyam

Jane Fiona Chapple-Hyam is a horse racing trainer.

Daughter of former Australian Liberal politician Andrew Peacock and Lady Susan Renouf. Married, then separated from trainer Peter Chapple-Hyam.

Career as a Trainer

Took out a license in September, 2005.

Her first win was with horse Chief Commander, at Wolverhampton on January 13, 2006.

Her biggest success to date was when Mudawin won the Ebor Handicap at odds of 100-1 later that year.

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