Bio: Brian Meehan is a thoroughbred trainer who begain his training career under the tutelage of Richard Hannon aged 20 in 1987. Five years later he decided to go it alone.

It didn’t take long before Meehan started seeing results with a listed race win for Amaretto Bay in the National Stakes at Sandown in 1995.  Years later came a group one win Tomba, in the Prix de la Foret at Longchamp, but he’d already experienced plenty of successes inbetween (such as the Dubai Duty Free, worth a cool £1.75 million to the winner in its own right).

Other significant wins include the Champion Stakes in 2005 (a year that he earned over £1 million in prize money), Eclipse Stakes in 2006 and Racing Post Trophy in 2008.

Brian Meehan has been based on Marlborough Downs at Manton Estate near Manton, Wiltshire in recent years. He initially leased the 90 box facility, but as he’d become part of the furniture he purchased it in 2017, a sign on his ongoing, and likely continued, achievement.



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