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Furlong after Furlong: Achieving a Dream - Lucinda Russell OBE (Class of 1984)

Lucinda Russell has set up the most successful racing yard in Scottish jump racing history. She has trained over 600 winners, including the 2017 Grand National winner. She was awarded an OBE in 2018.

Lucinda Russell OBE (Class of 1984) with One for Arthur - photography by Dennis Penny
Lucinda Russell OBE (Class of 1984) with One for Arthur - photography by Dennis Penny

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