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Hulme, George (1899 - 1934)

Jockey (J)

Associated Places:  Whatcombe, Berks; Epsom; Hungary

Description:

George Hulme was born in Leeds in 1899. He was apprenticed to trainer Richard Dawson and was subsequently stable jockey there. In addition to his Classic win he was also associated with the flying filly Mumtaz Mahal in her two-year-old days, and won the Grand Prix de Paris on Galloper Light. George Hulme went to Hungary in 1929 where he rode, married and, for a short time, trained.

Important successes:

2000 Guineas
Diophon   1924   (J)
Other major race(s)
(featuring horses in this database)
Grand Prix de Paris,  Galloper Light   1919   (J)
Ascot Gold Cup  By Jingo   1919   (J)
Princess of Wales's Stakes  Blandford   1922   (J)
Champagne Stakes, Doncaster,  Mumtaz Mahal   1923   (J)
Queen Mary Stakes, Ascot  Mumtaz Mahal   1923   (J)
 

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