Geoff Wragg

Geoff Wragg (born 9 January 1930) was a Thoroughbred horse trainer who trained champion horses such as Teenoso and Jeune. He is the son of former jockey and trainer Harry Wragg, from whom he took over the licence at Abington Place, Newmarket in 1983 upon his father's retirement. Wragg retired in 2008 after 25 years of training. Part of Abington Place is currently being used by Jane Chapple-Hyam as a part of her training set up from 2009. Many overseas raiders also make use of the facilities during the summer months (usually around Royal Ascot time), most notably in recent times crack Australian sprinting mare Black Caviar and fellow compatriot Ortensia, both of whom were stabled at the yard during the summer of 2012.

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