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Tony Dobbin

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Tony Dobbin on Karelian in the 2007 WBX Novices' Chase.

Tony Dobbin (born 1 May 1972) is a retired Northern Irish National Hunt jockey who rode mainly in Great Britain. He rode the winner of the Grand National on Lord Gyllene in 1997 and won over 1,200 races during his career in the saddle. He was the regular stable jockey for Nicky Richards. He retired from racing on Thursday, 10 April, 2008 riding the winner of his final race, Ballyvoge, at Carlisle Racecourse. He plans to assist his wife, Rose Davidson, training racehorses from 2009[1].

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