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Saeed bin Suroor

Saeed bin Suroor (born November 16, 1968, Dubai), is a horse racing trainer. Formerly a policeman, he took out his training license in 1994 and the following year was appointed as the trainer for Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin operation.

He has been British Champion Trainer on four occasions.

Major wins

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  • 2,000 Guineas - (2) - Mark of Esteem (1996), Island Sands (1999)
  • Lockinge Stakes - (4) - Cape Cross (1998), Fly to the Stars (1999), Aljabr (2000), Creachadoir (2008)
  • Oaks - (2) - Moonshell (1995), Kazzia (2002)
  • Queen Anne Stakes - (7) - Charnwood Forest (1996), Allied Forces (1997), Intikhab (1998), Cape Cross (1999), Dubai Destination (2003), Refuse to Bend (2004), Ramonti (2007)
  • St. Leger - (5) - Classic Cliche (1995), Nedawi (1998), Mutafaweq (1999), Rule of Law (2004), Mastery (2009)
  • Sussex Stakes - (3) - Aljabr (1999), Noverre (2001), Ramonti (2007)

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  • Derby Italiano - (3) - Central Park (1998), Mukhalif (1999), Mastery (2009)

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  • Beldame Stakes - (3) - Imperial Gesture (2002), Cocoa Beach (2008), Music Note (2009)

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