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Mark A. Hennig

Mark Hennig
Occupation Trainer
Birthplace Mansfield, Ohio, United States
Birth date April 10, 1965
Major racing wins, honours & awards
Major racing wins
Bonnie Miss Stakes (1991, 2001)
Arlington Million (1993)
Manhattan Handicap (1993)
Man o' War Stakes (1993)
San Gabriel Handicap (1993)
San Marcos Stakes (1993)
Santa Anita Derby (1993)
United Nations Stakes (1993)
Buena Vista Handicap (1994)
Jerome Handicap (1994)
Jersey Derby (1994, 2001)
Ballston Spa Handicap (1997)
Broward Handicap (1997)
Humana Distaff Handicap (1998)
Jamaica Handicap (1998)
Next Move Handicap (1998, 1999, 2002)
Shuvee Handicap (1998)
Maker's Mark Mile Stakes (1999)
Kentucky Stakes (2000)
Matron Stakes (2000)
Deputy Minister Handicap (2001)
Ladies Handicap (2001)
Bed O' Roses Handicap (2002, 2003)
Brooklyn Handicap (2002)
Dwyer Stakes (2002)
Ogden Phipps Handicap (2002)
Personal Ensign Stakes (2002)
Pimlico Distaff (2002)
Princess Rooney Handicap (2002, 2003)
Calder Derby (2004)
Gulfstream Park Handicap (2005)
Pimlico Special (2005)
Canadian Turf Handicap (2007)
Florida Oaks (2009)
Significant horses
Almutawakel, Eddington, Personal Hope,
Red Rocks, Star of Cozzene

Mark A. Hennig (born April 10, 1965 in Mansfield, Ohio) is an American Thoroughbred horse racing trainer.

Born into a horse racing family, his father, John Hennig, was also a trainer. After working with his father, Mark Hennig became an assistant to Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas before going out on his own in 1991.

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