Fabre, Andre
Age: 72
Andre Fabre is one of the greatest trainers in racing history. The law graduate son of a diplomat, this unusual racing character, one of whose greatest pleasures in life are the works of Marcel Proust, became one of France's leading jump jockeys, riding more than 250 winners including France's premier steeplechase, the Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris. As a trainer he won the national trainers' title 21 years in succession. Having relinquished his crown in 2008 and 2009, he won the title six years straight from 2010 to 2015 for a total of 27 championships. He leads Jean-Claude Rouget (as of 27 November) in his quest for title number 28. He has trained the winners of all of his country's greatest races, including the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe seven times. His champions include Trempolino, Zafonic, Peintre Celebre, Hurricane Run and Manduro. In 2011, Fabre completed a lifelong ambition when Pour Moi won the G1 Derby at Epsom. The trainer scored his fifth Breeders' Cup win in November when Talismanic won the Turf. HKIR wins (2): Hong Kong Vase (1999 Borgia; 2014 Flintshire). Hong Kong wins: 2
17/18 Season         Up to Race Meeting of 15/07/2018
Stakes won : $3,960,000 No. of Wins : 0 Total Runners : 1
No. of Wins in past 10 race days : 0 No. of 2nds : 1 Win % : 0.00%
No. of 3rds : 0
No. of 4ths : 0

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