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Philip P. Robinson

Philip Peter Robinson (b 10 January, 1961) is an English flat racing jockey.

The son of Peter Robinson, a jockey and trainer, he rode his first winner in 1978 at Great Yarmouth Racecourse. He was British flat racing Champion Apprentice in 1979 and 1980[1]. He is the regular jockey for the Michael Jarvis stable[2]. One of his most famous victories include his win on Pebbles, who was trained by Clive Brittain, in the 1984 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket Racecourse[3]. His second victory in this race came in 2001 on Ameerat, trained by Michael Jarvis[3]. Rode in Hong Kong for six years from 1987 becoming Champion Jockey on two occasions in (1989-90) and (1990-91)[4]. Making him the only English Jockey to achieve this.

Major wins

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  • Champion and Chaters Cup - (1) - San Domenico (1989)

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