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Veteran English Trainer Michael Jarvis Dies

MICHAEL JARVIS, one of Flat racing's longest-serving and most respected trainers until his retirement in February, died at the age of 73 on Tuesday.

Jarvis enjoyed an illustrious time in the sport and was responsible for a string of top-class performers - most notably Arc winner Carroll House, multiple Group 1 winner Rakti and Classic-winning fillies Ameerat and Eswarah.

His health had suffered in recent years and he underwent heart surgery and was treated for prostate cancer before handing over the reins at Kremlin House stables to his assistant Roger Varian.
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