Olivier Peslier

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Olivier Peslier (born 12 January 1973 in Château-Gontier) is a French thoroughbred horse racing jockey. [1]


Peslier competes in flat racing mainly in France but travels often around the world for the big international races.

Career wins in France

* = Champion Jockey [1]

Major wins

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Year-end charts

Chart (2001–present)Peak
National Earnings List for Jockeys 200191
National Earnings List for Jockeys 201274

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