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Enoch, Harry Thomas (1867 - )

Trainer (T)

Description:

Harry Enoch, who was born at Wroughton in Cambridgeshire, trained in Newmarket until 1917. His chief patron was Mr Douglas Baird, for whom he trained Musa to win the Oaks in 1899. Other good horses were Cap Martin (St James's Palace Stakes), Mazagan (Jockey Club Cup), Veronese (Prince of Wales's Stakes) and of course Wool Winder, winner of the St Leger.

Important successes:

Oaks
Musa   1899   (T)
St Leger
Wool Winder   1907   (T)
 

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