Llewellyn Richard - definition of Llewellyn Richard by The Free Dictionary
Llew·el·lyn (lo͞o-ĕl′ĭn), Richard 1906-1983.
British writer noted for his novel How Green Was My Valley (1939), a portrait of life in a Welsh mining village.
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The first occasion was in 1965, four years after the competition originated, when the prize went to the late H Llewellyn Richards
of the Allt, Talybont-on-Usk, Brecon, whose Criban Stud was the oldest in the Welsh Pony and Cob Stud Book and whose ponies helped to promote the breed worldwide.