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Brough Scott

John Brough Scott, MBE (born 12 December 1942) is a British horse racing journalist, radio and television presenter, and former jockey. He is also the grandson[1] and biographer[2] of the noted Great War soldier "Galloper Jack" Seely.

Scott was educated at Radley College and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he read History.[3] His riding career saw him ride over 100 winners including the Imperial Cup and Mandarin Chase.[4] He joined ITV in 1971, and was regularly seen and heard on The ITV Seven and later Channel 4 Racing. He also briefly presented football coverage for Channel 5. He was racing correspondent for The Sunday Times (where he succeeded Roger Mortimer) and wrote for the Racing Post, The Independent on Sunday and The Sunday Telegraph. He was awarded an MBE in the Queen's birthday honours list in 2009.[4] In 2013, Scott published Henry Cecil: Trainer of Genius, a book about Henry Cecil. It won the 2014 British Sports Book Awards in the "Best Horse Racing Book" category.[5]

References

  1. ^ Burke’s Details
  2. ^ “Galloper Jack” Scott,J.B: London, Macmillan 2004 ISBN 0-333-98938-4
  3. ^ ‘SCOTT, (John) Brough’, Who's Who 2008, A & C Black, 2008; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007 accessed 26 March 2008
  4. ^ a b Brough Scott, MBE. Debrett's People of Today: Ed Ellis,P (1992, London, Debtrett's) ISBN 1-870520-09-2
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