Presvis (10 March 2004 – 17 October 2012) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse. Although he did not race until the age of four and never won a major race in his native country he was one of the most financially successful British-trained horses of all-time, winning well over £4 million in prize money. He was trained throughout his career by Luca Cumani and ridden in most of his major races by Ryan Moore. The gelding was suited by extreme "hold-up" tactics and was usually restrained at the rear of the field before being produced for a late run in the straight. He was rated among the world's hundred best racehorses in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Presvis began his racing career in 2008, winning two of his seven races including a valuable handicap race at Newbury Racecourse. In the following year he raced in Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore, winning two handicaps at Nad Al Sheba Racecourse and the Queen Elizabeth II Cup as well as finishing second in the Dubai Duty Free and the Singapore Airlines International Cup. His only success in six starts in 2010 came when he won the Jebel Hatta at Meydan Racecourse in March. In the early part of 2011 at Meydan he won the Al Rashidiya and finished third in the Jebel Hatta before recording his most important win in the Dubai Duty Free. He failed to finish better than fifth in his remaining five races. He was retired from racing in 2012 and died later that year.