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Towser Gosden

John Montague "Towser" Gosden (1904 - 1967) was a British racehorse trainer based near Lewes, East Sussex.

He won a number of important races, although his career was interrupted by the Second World War. He trained Epsom Derby winner Charlottown as a two-year-old.

He is the father of British racehorse trainer John Gosden.

Personal life

He married Peggy Gosden (née Gearing), with whom he had two children, John and Sally.

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