Fair Trial

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Fair Trial
SireFairway
GrandsirePhalaris
DamLady Juror
DamsireSon-in-Law
SexStallion
Foaled1932
CountryGreat Britain
ColourChestnut
BreederJohn Arthur Dewar
OwnerJohn Arthur Dewar
TrainerFred Darling
Record9: 7-1-1
Earnings£5,100
Major wins
Longleat Stakes (1935)
Queen Anne Stakes (1935)
Select Stakes (1935)
Ormonde Plate (1935)
Newmarket Spring Plate (1936)
Rous Memorial Stakes (1936)
Lingfield Park Plate (1936)
Awards
Leading sire in Great Britain and Ireland
(1950)
Leading broodmare sire in Great Britain & Ireland (1951)
Last updated on May 7, 2010

Fair Trial (1932–1958) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and champion sire. He was bred and raced by John Arthur Dewar, who also bred and raced Tudor Minstrel.

The leading sire in Great Britain and Ireland in 1950, during his career Fair Trial sired 201 race winners, including Classic winners Lambert Simnel, Court Martial, Festoon, and Palestine. Through his daughters, Fair Trial was the 1951 leading broodmare sire in Great Britain and Ireland.

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