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Michael Stoute

Born in Barbados on October 22, 1945, Sir Michael Stoute moved to England aged 20 and was licensed to train in 1972.

He was crowned Britain’s champion trainer for the ninth time in 2006, his first back-to-back titles.

By the end of 2006 he had won a phenomenal 129 Group 1 titles, including three Breeders'' Cup, four Epsom Derbies, two Japan Cups, a Dubai World Cup and even a Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham.

The most famous of his stars probably remains the ill-fated Shergar.

In Hong Kong he won the Vase in 2000 with Daliapour and the International Bowl in 1994 with Soviet Line.

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