, who retired last year after a long and illustrious training career, has been appointed Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Ambassador for the Retraining of Racehorses, writes Graham Green.
VETERAN Classicwinning trainer John Dunlop
(pictured right) is to retire at the end of the current Flat season.
VETERAN Classic-winning trainer John Dunlop
is to retire at the end of the Flat season.
Berling is textbook inmate from the John Dunlop
stables, possessing plenty of stamina and a touch of quality.
Trainer John Dunlop
has brought Harlestone Times along a steady upward curve - he has won three of his last four outings, including a three-quarter-length defeat of Nave at Goodwood last time.
reports Elusive Pimpernel to have taken his Craven Stakes triumph in his stride as his bid for Classic glory in the StanJames.
should also be on the scorecard at Newbury with the well-bred newcomer Nudrah (2.
Favourite Time Ahead was only sixth and trainer John Dunlop
said: "That was very disappointing, she does not look quite right.
is looking forward to Newmarket this weekend and in particular the run of Khulood in the Sagitta 1000 Guineas.
Although his invention became essential to the development of the motor car, John Dunlop
received little profit before he died in 1921.
is keeping his fingers crossed Elusive Pimpernel's season will not be held up too much after he was forced to miss an intended engagement in tomorrow's Prix du Jockey Club due to injury.