TITLE

ALTHOUGH the death of [...]

AUTHOR(S)
Richard kay
PUB. DATE
June 2013
SOURCE
Daily Mail;6/12/2013, p33
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
ALTHOUGH the death of Sir Henry Cecil was not unexpected, it came before the rift between the legendary trainer and his biographer Brough Scott could be healed. Three-times married Cecil was furious with Scott for including details of his messy divorce from wife No.2 Natalie, but perhaps worst of all he labelled the tome 'rather boring and lacking in humour'. The two men squabbled over when the book should be published — Brough wanted it out when the great Frankel ran his last race, but Henry didn't want it out at all. 'They were never reconciled, it's a great shame,' says a friend. However, Scott tells me that tonight's launch of his book at a Knightsbridge hotel has been cancelled as a mark of respect.
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88079631

 

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