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Michael Jarvis

This article refers to a race horse trainer. For other people by this name, see Michael Jarvis (disambiguation).

Michael Jarvis (born August 14, 1938) is a Thoroughbred horse trainer in England. Based in Newmarket, Jarvis has trained numerous Group One winners including three winners of the British Haydock Sprint Cup. Jarvis's horses have also won important races in Ireland, Germany and Italy. He keeps approximately 80 horses in training, and his main jockey is Philip Robinson.[1] Jarvis's career spans almost 40 years from his first win at the top-rated Haydock Sprint Cup in 1969 to his 2007 win of the Italian Premio Roma

Major wins

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  • Premio Roma - (2) - Welsh Guide (1988), Pressing (2007)

References

  1. "Michael Jarvis". British Horseracing. Referenced February 14, 2008.





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