Jenny Pitman OBE
Horse Trainer and Entertaining After Dinner Speaker
The most successful female horse trainer to date. Jenny has written two books, "Glorious Uncertainty" and "Jenny Pitman: The Autobiography", she also regularly contributes articles to the national newspapers.
Jenny Pitman is the most successful female horse trainer to date.
Jenny has two sons, Paul is an accountant and Mark, who won the 1991 Cheltenham Gold Cup on Garrison Savannah and took over as Trainer at Weathercock Stables in June 1999.
First winner trained Biretta, Fakenham 26th May 1975
Last winner trained Scarlet Emperor, Huntingdon, 31st May 1999
Major races won Cheltenham Gold Cup(2), Grand National (2), Welsh National (3), Scottish Grand National, Irish Grand National, King George VI Chase, Hennessy Gold Cup, Whitbread Trophy, Anthony Mildmay/Peter Cazalet(2), Gainsborough Chase, Welsh Champion Hurdle(2), Ladbroke Hurdle, Martell Chase, Racing Post Chase, Midlands Grand National(2), Charlie Hall Memorial Chase, John Hughes Memorial Chase, Eider Chase, Sun Alliance Chase, Supreme Novice Hurdle.
Jenny has written two books, "Glorious Uncertainty" in 1984 and "Jenny Pitman: The Autobiography" in 1999, she also regularly contributes articles to the national newspapers. She was awarded the OBE in the 1998 New Year's Honours List.
Since retiring as Trainer in June 1999, Jenny is devoting more time to guest after dinner speaking and has become an extremely popular choice with our clients.
To hire Bob Jenny Pitman as your horse racing after dinner speaker or top table guest for your next event please “enquire now” or call us on 01522 508355
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