Martin Dwyer

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Martin Dwyer (born 28th June 1975 in Aintree, Liverpool, Merseyside) is an English Epsom Derby winning flat racing jockey having won the 2006 Vodafone Derby upon Sir Percy. [1] This was his second classic success after winning The Oaks aboard Casual Look in 2003. [1] Dwyer is married to Claire, daughter of horse racing trainer Willie Muir; [2]

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Awards and honours

Major wins

Great Britain


Canada


Hong Kong


Italy


United Arab Emirates


India

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References

  1. 1 2 Big Interview: Martin Dwyer [ permanent dead link ]
  2. Dwyer finally receives recognition he deserves with Ascot winners.
  3. McNamara given special recognition