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Piggott

(ˈpɪɡət)
n
(Biography) Lester (Keith). born 1935, English flat-racing jockey: won 30 English classic races, including the Derby nine times; champion jockey eleven times, his first in 1960 and his last in 1982
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LEGENDARY former jockey Lester Piggott said Pat Eddery "was a natural horseman" after his close friend died yesterday, aged 63.
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Ernie Piggott was Lester's grandfather and, thanks to Jerry M and Poethlyn, his fame was guaranteed long before the younger Piggott was even thought of.
Joseph O'Brien has a long way to go to reach the heights of Lester Piggott, though.
Mr Allen is selling a rare autographed picture of racing legend Lester Piggott riding Grand National hero Red Rum and a race card from the final meeting at Birmingham's former Bromford Bridge racecourse, also signed by the jockey.
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Pearse Piggott, who owns egg distributor Pearse Piggott & Sons, is accused of passing off 36 million conventionally produced eggs supplied to British retailers as free-range or organic.