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The Model Man Pat Lunn’s Back!

Training out of Summerveld

Patrick Lunn, who has been in the racing industry for over 45 years has recently renewed his trainers’ licence.

Karen and Pat Lunn lead in Ginger Biscuit (Pic – Candiese Lenferna)

Patrick took out his licence in 1977 and has trained multiple grade one winners with champions such as Model Man, Northern Princess, En Avant, The Barbican, Secret Rites to name a few.

Late last year, Patrick teamed up with the Johan Janse Van Vuuren satellite yard and steered his ship his down in KZN.

After a successful season for the yard in KZN, Patrick has decided to renew his licence and will be training his string at Summerveld training centre.

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6 comments on “The Model Man Pat Lunn’s Back!

  1. Anesh Billat says:

    Good on you Pat, all the best

  2. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Bakgat ! Good on you Patrick Lunn

    Hello Pieta, wat like jy more

  3. Brandon says:

    Great horseman! Upwards and onwards ?

  4. Jim says:

    Welcome back Pat

  5. Reggie Naicker says:

    Top class horseman

  6. Donald Bradshaw says:

    Top trainer but one has to wonder why he handed in his licence not so long ago and now has been granted a fresh licence , strange one that which must have some story behind it ?

    With all due respect to all the trainers in K.Z.N. whose ranks have been swelled recently I cannot see how they are ALL going to make a living in the industry especially with stakes being so poor ?

    Peruse the current national trainers table and you will only find two K.Z.N. based trainers in the top twenty in positions 15 and 19 ?

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