Martin Pipe

Martin Pipe (born 29 May 1945) was a racehorse trainer until his retirement in April 2006.

The son of a West-Country bookmaker, Pipe was an amateur jockey before turning his attention to training in 1974 at Nicholashayne, Devon, near Wellington, England.

Read more about Martin PipeEarly Career, Highlights

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Silver Trophy Chase - Winners
... Milan 10 10-02 Simon Sherwood Nick Gaselee 1988 Beau Ranger 10 11-00 Peter Scudamore Martin Pipe 1989 Norton's Coin 8 11-00 Richard Dunwoody Sirrel Griffiths ... Robert Alner 2000 Upgrade 6 11-05 Tony McCoy Martin Pipe 2001 no race 2002 ... Fadalko 9 11-10 Mick Fitzgerald Paul Nicholls 2003 Poliantas 6 11-01 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 2004 ...
Long Distance Hurdle - Winners
... Target 5 Peter Niven Mary Reveley 1992 Tyrone Bridge 6 Richard Dunwoody Martin Pipe 1993 Triple Witching 7 Adrian Maguire David Nicholson 1994 Hebridean 7 Adrian Maguire David ...
Mildmay Novices' Chase - Winners
... Shilston Fulke Walwyn 1984 Baron Blakeney 7 Mr Oliver Sherwood Martin Pipe 1985 Rhyme 'n' Reason 6 Graham Bradley David Murray Smith 1986 Stearsby 7 Graham Bradley Jenny Pitman 1987 Against the Grain 6 ... Richards 1997 Cyborgo 7 Richard Dunwoody Martin Pipe 1998 Boss Doyle 6 Tony McCoy Mouse Morris 1999 Spendid 7 Richard Johnson David Nicholson 2000 High Game 6 Norman Williamson Simon Sherwood 2001 What's Up ...
Martin Pipe - Highlights
... Pipe went on to be Champion Trainer 15 times with successive stable jockeys Peter Scudamore, Richard Dunwoody, David Bridgwater and Tony McCoy ... Martin Pipe announced his retirement on grounds of ill-health on 29 April 2006, handing over the reins to son, David Pipe ... Pipe remains within the game as an owner ...
Top Novices' Hurdle - Winners Since 1977
... Zaidoon 5 Graham McCourt Jenny Pitman 1987 Convinced 5 Peter Scudamore Martin Pipe 1988 Faraway Lad 5 Simon Sherwood Oliver Sherwood 1989 Young Benz 5 Lorcan Wyer Peter Easterby 1990 Fidway 5 Steve Smith ...

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