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Alex Scott (racehorse trainer)

Alexander Archibald Scott (born February 8, 1960[1]; died 30 September 1994) was a British thoroughbred racehorse trainer who was murdered by an employee with a grievance.
He was born the 3rd son of Sir James Scott, the 2nd Baronet of Rotherfield Park and educated at Eton and Queens' College, Cambridge[2]. In his career he trained 164 winners[3], including the future 1995 Epsom Derby winner Lammtarra and the 1991 Breeders' Cup Sprint winner Sheikh Albadou.
Scott married Julia Mary Mackenzie in 1986 and had three children.


  1. Brainy history
  2. SCOTT (UK) 1962, of Rotherfield Park, Alton, Hants. (2008). In Debrett's Peerage & Baronetage 2008. London: Debrett's Peerage Limited. Retrieved February 28, 2009, from http://www.credoreference.com/entry/7918537/.
  3. Independent Obituary


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