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Saturday, 15 December, 2018

Wragg's notable winners and training achievements

Derby-winning trainer Geoff Wragg has died at the age of 87
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Full name Geoffrey Wragg

Born Newmarket, January 9, 1930

Assistant to Harry Wragg 1953-82

Stables Abington Place, Newmarket 1983-2008

First winner Hard Kingdom, Newcastle, April 4, 1983

First Pattern winner Favoridge (1983 Nell Gwyn Stakes)

Best horse Teenoso (official rating 132 in 1984)

Classic winners Teenoso (1983 Derby), Marling (1992 Irish 1,000 Guineas)

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes winners Teenoso (1984), Pentire (1996)

Champion two-year-old filly Marling (1991 Cheveley Park Stakes)

Ascot Gold Cup winner Arcadian Heights (1994)

Other Group/Grade 1 winners Teenoso (1984 Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud), Braiswick (1989 EP Taylor Stakes), Marling (1992 Coronation Stakes, Sussex Stakes), First Trump (1993 Middle Park Stakes), Owington (1994 July Cup), Pentire (1995 Irish Champion Stakes), Nicolotte (1995 Premio Vittorio di Capua, First Island (1996 Sussex Stakes, 1997 Lockinge Stakes), Sasuru (1997 Prix d'Ispahan), Rebecca Sharp (1997 Coronation Stakes), Balisada (1999 Coronation Stakes)

Other notable winners Inchmurrin (1988 Child Stakes), Ela Romara (1988 Nassau Stakes), Most Welcome (1989 Lockinge Stakes), Braiswick (1989 Sun Chariot Stakes), Owington (1994 Cork and Orrery Stakes), Nicolotte (1995 Queen Anne Stakes), First Island (1996 Prince of Wales's Stakes, Hong Kong International Cup), Danceabout (2000 Sun Chariot Stakes), Cassandra Go (2001 King's Stand Stakes)

Last winner Convallaria, Kempton, November 19, 2008

Highest position in trainers' table 7th in 1983 and 1992

Most wins in a season 51 in 1991

Total wins in Britain 679 in 26 seasons

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