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Jarvis, William Rose (1885 - 1943)

Trainer (T)

Associated Places:  Green Lodge Stables, Newmarket,Hackness Villa, Newmarket,Egerton House, Newmarket

Description:

Son of William Arthur Jarvis, who trained Bona Vista and Cyllene, William Rose Jarvis was assistant to his uncle James Ryan at Green Lodge in Newmarket before taking over the yard in 1911. Following army service, he trained at Hackness Villa, Newmarket from 1921 to 1924. On the recommendation of Lord Derby's trainer Hon George Lambton, he was appointed to train for King George V and his friends at Egerton House, Newmarket, where he succeeded Richard Marsh. He trained the King's only Classic winner, Scuttle.


William Rose Jarvis was brother to Basil and Jack and married Isobel, daughter of Joseph Butters. His son was Ryan Jarvis and their daughter Bridget married William Rickaby.

Important successes:

1000 Guineas
Scuttle   1928   (T)
Godiva   1940   (T)
Oaks
Godiva   1940   (T)
 

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