James Fanshawe

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James Fanshawe
Nationality British
Occupation British racehorse trainer

James Fanshawe is a British racehorse trainer.[1]

Horse training Career[edit]

He principally trains flat horses such as multiple Group 1 winner Soviet Song. However, he has twice won the Champion Hurdle in 1992 with Royal Gait (previously a disqualified winner of the Ascot Gold Cup and ten years later with Hors La Loi III.

Fanshawe has also won at the Cheltenham and Aintree festivals with the J.P. McManus owned Reveillez.

He trains at Pegasus Stables in Newmarket.

Major wins[edit]

United Kingdom Great Britain

France France

Republic of Ireland Ireland

Canada Canada


  1. ^ "James Fanshawe's yank redemption with Sir Gerry". Daily Mirror. September 28, 2008. Retrieved 20 July 2012. 

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