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Tommy Stack

Tommy Stack (born 15 November 1945 in Moyvane, Ireland)[1] is a former National Hunt racing jockey and current National Hunt trainer. As a jockey, he is probably best-known for piloting Red Rum to a third Grand National victory.[2] Stack was National Hunt Champion Jockey for the 1974-75 and 1976-77 seasons. He got his first trainer's license in 1986.

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