Maurice Philipperon

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Maurice Philipperon is a noted French jockey who after retirement became president of the French jockeys' association.[1]

His winning rides in Gr. 1 and 2 races included:

He is the leading winning jockey (since 1952) in the Gr.3 Prix de Fontainebleau with six wins, Farabi (1967), Blinis (1971), Arctic Tern (1976), Irish River (1979), Castle Guard (1983), Kendor (1989), and the Gr. 3 Prix de Seine-et-Oise with five wins, Vertueuse (1963), King of Macedon (1978, 1979) and Parioli (1985, 1986).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Angry French punters 'making life hell for riders' Soumillon hits out after latest in series of `grudge' attacks". The Free Library. Retrieved 14 March 2016.