British flat racing Champion Trainer

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The Champion Trainer of flat racing in Great Britain is the trainer whose horses have won the most prize money during a season. The list below shows the Champion Trainer for each year since 1896.[1] The Championship was originally run from November until the end of the following October but since 2016 it has spanned from January until December.[2] [3]


Records[edit]

  • Most titles - 12, Alec Taylor, Jr.
  • Most consecutive titles - 7, Alec Taylor, Jr. (1917-1923)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Horse Racing - Flat". Sports Records.co.uk.
  2. ^ "Flat trainers' championship scrapped after season has started". The Guardian.
  3. ^ "TRAINERS' CHAMPIONSHIP". Great British Racing.
  4. ^ "OUR HISTORY". richard hannon Racing.
  5. ^ "John Gosden hails stable team following championship victory". Racing UK.
  6. ^ "Aidan O'Brien crowned Champion Trainer for fifth time". British Champion Series.
  7. ^ Scully, Mark. "Delight for De Sousa as he's crowned champion jockey for second time". Racing Post. Retrieved 23 October 2017.