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Reveller was a British Thoroughbred race horse that won the 1818 St Leger Stakes classic.

  • Jockey - Bob Johnson
  • Trainer - John Lonsdale
  • Owner - Henry Peirse of Bedale
  • odds - 7/2

A pub in the village of Yafforth in North Yorkshire was named after the horse. The pub closed in the late 1990s but a nearby street is named Revellers Mews.


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