Horse-racing trainer Henry Cecil dies at 70
LONDON -- Henry Cecil, who trained unbeaten superstar Frankel and was one of British horse racing's greatest trainers in a career spanning nearly half a century, died Tuesday following a long battle with cancer. He was 70.
Cecil's death was announced on the website of Warren Place Stables, where the Scotsman worked as a trainer for 44 years.
Knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2011, Cecil was champion trainer in Britain 10 times. He capped his career by training one of racing's all-time ...
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