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George Beeby (horse racing)

George Beeby was a British racehorse trainer.

Beeby trained two winners of the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Brendan's Cottage in 1939 and Silver Fame in 1951.

Beeby also trained the winner of the 1949 King George VI Chase, Finnure, and the winner of the 1957 Cotswold Chase, Ballyatom.

Beeby trained a total of 19 winners at the Cheltenham Festival over the period 1930-59[1]


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