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Robert Waley-Cohen

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Chairman

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The Thoroughbred Breeders' Association
Stanstead House 8 The Avenue
Newmarket , Suffolk CB8 9AA
United Kingdom

Company Description: The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association is a registered charity, which was formed in May 1917 and is the only official body representing Thoroughbred Breeders...   more
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TBA Board - The Thoroughbred Breeders' Association
www.thoroughbredbreedersassociation.co.uk, 8 Nov 2014 [cached]
Robert Waley-Cohen, Chairman, TBA NH Committee 2010 - 2014
Weatherbys Point-to-Point
www.point-to-point.co.uk, 21 Jan 2015 [cached]
said owner/trainer Robert Waley-Cohen, whose stables lie just eight miles from the course. READ MORE
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Local owner/trainer Robert Waley-Cohen is set to unleash a powerful squad of horses at the Warwickshire Hunt Point-to-Point at Mollington this Bank Holiday Monday. READ MORE
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Owner Mr Robert Waley-Cohen
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Owner/Trainer: Robert Waley-Cohen
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Robert Waley-Cohen (Upton, Oxfordshire) Born: November 10, 1948.
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Sam's father is Robert Waley-Cohen, chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse and owner of Long Run, Oscar Time and many of his son's other mounts.
Factfiles for all 40 runners in the 2013 John Smith's Grand National
www.aintree.co.uk, 1 Jan 2013 [cached]
Born on September 15, 1956, Willie Mullins was six-times amateur champion rider in Ireland and his major successes in the saddle included the 1983 John Smith's Fox Hunters' Chase at Aintree on Atha Cliath when the also-rans were partnered by the likes of Robert Waley-Cohen, chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse, and Aintree chairman Lord Daresbury, before taking out a training licence in 1988 and is now the country's pre-eminent jump handler.
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Following that effort, Robert Waley-Cohen purchased the gelding and later sold a half share to Sir Martin Broughton and his brother Steve.
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Cheltenham Racecourse chairman Robert Waley-Cohen enjoyed his greatest day as an owner in March, 2011, when his amateur rider son Sam Waley-Cohen partnered Long Run to win the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup, trained by long-time friend Nicky Henderson.
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Although Robert Waley-Cohen rode in point-to-points and hunter chases, he described himself as an incredibly bad amateur - "Wrong shape, wrong weight, not fit enough - basically, just thoroughly incompetent". Born on November 10, 1948 and the founder of healthcare giant Alliance Medical, Robert Waley-Cohen is no stranger to big-race success at Cheltenham as his Katarino won the 1999 JCB Triumph Hurdle, Rustle took what is now the Ladbrokes World Hurdle in 1989, Liberthine collected the 2005 Byrne Group Plate and Rajdhani Express won the Rewards4Racing Novices' Handicap Chase this season. He trains a few horses himself under permit and sent out Katarino to win the John Smith's Fox Hunters' Chase at Aintree in 2005 and 2006 again ridden by Sam. A member of the Jockey Club since 1983, where he has been a steward, he has a small team of around 10 broodmares at Upton Viva Stud in Warwickshire and was a director of Cheltenham Racecourse before becoming chairman when Lord Vestey stepped down at the end of the 2010/11 season.
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His father is Robert Waley-Cohen, chairman of Cheltenham racecourse and owner of Long Run, Oscar Time and most of his son's other mounts.
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Born on September 15, 1956, Willie Mullins was six-times amateur champion rider in Ireland and his major successes in the saddle included the 1983 John Smith's Fox Hunters' Chase at Aintree on Atha Cliath when the also-rans were partnered by the likes of Robert Waley-Cohen, chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse, and Aintree chairman Lord Daresbury, before taking out a training licence in 1988 and is now the country's pre-eminent jump handler.
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Born on September 15, 1956, Willie Mullins was six-times amateur champion rider in Ireland and his major successes in the saddle included the 1983 John Smith's Fox Hunters' Chase at Aintree on Atha Cliath when the also-rans were partnered by the likes of Robert Waley-Cohen, chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse, and Aintree chairman Lord Daresbury, before taking out a training licence in 1988 and is now the country's pre-eminent jump handler.
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