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Marcus Tregoning

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Marcus Tregoning
Born (1959-07-31) 31 July 1959 (age 64)
Occupation(s)Owner, Marcus Tregoning Racing Ltd
Known forRacehorse trainer, horse racing

Marcus Philip Norris Tregoning (born 31 July 1959)[1][2] is an English thoroughbred racehorse trainer, based at Whitsbury Manor Stables in Whitsbury, Hampshire. He originally worked as assistant trainer to Dick Hern.[3] Tregoning began training horses by himself in 1997 at Kingwood House Stables at Lambourn in Berkshire, before moving to Whitsbury in 2013. He won the Derby in 2006 with Sir Percy. Other notable horses include Group One winners Nayef, Ekraar, and most recently Mohaather, winner of the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood in 2020.[4]

He is married to Arabella and father of four children.

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  1. ^ "Marcus Tregoning among those celebrating today". Racing Post.
  2. ^ "Marcus Philip Norris TREGONING personal appointments - Find and update company information - GOV.UK". find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk. Retrieved 23 January 2024.
  3. ^ "The Team – Marcus Tregoning Racing". Marcus Tregoning Racing.
  4. ^ "Marcus Tregoning back in the big time with exceptional miler Mohaather". Racing Post.