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The Dilemma
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Jenny Pitman OBE is acclaimed as one of the greatest female trainers in the history of racing.
Double Deal
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Jenny Pitman became the first woman to train a winner when Corbiere won the race in 1983
On the Edge
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1983: Jenny Pitman became the first woman to train an English Grand National winner with Corbiere.

The Inheritance (Jan Hardy Series)

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  • Others honoured by the Queen are Scotland goalkeeper, Jim Leighton; top golfer and coach, Vivien Saunders; and Grand National-winning trainer, Jenny Pitman.

    Jenny Pitman (born 11 June 1946) is a former British and author. She became the first woman to train a winner, when Corbiere won the race in 1983. She went on to win a second Grand National with in 1995. Following her retirement from horse training in 1998 she became a writer of novels, principally with a racing theme.

  • Jenny Pitman lives in Lambourn, Berkshire with her husband David Stait. Known as one of the all-time greats of the racing world, she now writes novels and feature articles, and makes regular television appearances.

    Jenny Pitman lives in Lambourn, Berkshire with her husband David Stait. Known as one of the all-time greats of the racing world, she now writes novels and feature articles, and makes regular television appearances.

    Title: Jenny Pitman: The Autobiography
    Author(s): Jenny Pitman
    ISBN: 0-85750-016-3 / 978-0-85750-016-8 (UK edition)
    Publisher: Bantam
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  • Jenny Pitman
    Occupation Horse trainer, novelist
    Born 11 June 1946
    Major racing wins
    Grand National (1983, 1995)
    Honours
    OBE
    Significant horses
    Corbiere, Royal Athlete Esha Ness

    Jenny Pitman lives in Lambourn, Berkshire with her husband David Stait. Known as one of the all-time greats of the racing world, she now writes novels and feature articles, and makes regular television appearances.

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This autobiography of Jenny Pitman describes how she became successful in the male-dominated profession of horse racing. Pitman was one of the first women to be granted a professional licence to