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DERRICK GEORGE LOVELL LLEWELLIN
by Brian Lee

Hunt-racing enthusiasts will be saddened to learn of the death after a long illness of former Welsh point-to-point rider, owner and breeder Derrick Llewellin of Pembrokeshire.

Derrick, who was aged 78, died peacefully at Parc-Y-Llyn Nursing Home, Pembrokeshire and his funeral service takes on Tuesday 11th April at Parc Gwyn Crematorian at 10.45 am followed by a service of Thanksgiving at 12.30 at Uzmaston Church...[more]


RACING ROGUES - a new book by Brian Lee
"The Scams, Scandals and Gambles of Horse Racing in Wales"

Horse racing may be famously known as the 'sport of kings' but, in the pursuit of prize money and getting one over the bookies, it also has attained a notoriety for some underhand, corrupt and downright illegal practices. Horse racing in Wales is not exempt from these dodgy dealings and on many occasions has led the way in it's ingenuity to devise jaw-dropping cons and cunning deceptions. In The Scams, Scandals and Gambles of Horseracing in Wales, Brian Lee, the veteran and highly regarded Welsh racing correspondent has, for the first time, compiled a comprehensive collection of true stories that reveals Welsh racing's most notorious crooks, loveable rouges and most infamous scams, including: The Oyster Maid affair, when a great gambling coup engineered at Tenby in 1927 nearly put paid to horse racing in Wales and was said by the Queen Mother's jockey, Dick Francis, to have been "the most bitterly resented betting coup National Hunt racing has ever known"...[more]


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