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John E. Hammond

John E. Hammond (born June 27, 1960 in Bromley, Kent, England) is a Thoroughbred horse trainer in France.

Based in Chantilly, Oise, Hammond has trained numerous Group One winners including Montjeu and Suave Dancer both of whom won the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, France's most prestigious horse race. Hammond's horses have also won important races in Ireland and Great Britain.

Hammond also trained useful European and latterly American based sprinter, Nuclear Debate.

Major wins

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  • Haydock Sprint Cup - (3) - Polar Falcon (1991), Cherokee Rose (1995), Nuclear Debate (2001)

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