Clive Brittain

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Clive Brittain (born 15 December 1934) is a retired British race-horse trainer. He began training as an apprentice in 1949, and on his own as a licensed trainer from 1972 after working for Noel Murless. He trained at Carlburg Stables in Newmarket, Suffolk and sent out his final runner prior to retirement in October 2015. [1] His best-known horse is Pebbles, winner of the 1,000 Guineas in 1984 and the Breeders' Cup Turf in 1985.

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References

  1. "Clive Brittain saddles final runner at Newbury". Thoroughbred News. 25 October 2015.