IN many racing circles he was already known as Sir Henry but now that he has been given that royal approval, "Sir Henry Cecil" is official.
IN many racing circles he was already known as Sir Henry but now that he has been given that royal approval, \"Sir Henry Cecil\" is official.
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Sometimes referred to as the quintessential Englishman, Sir Henry is actually Scottish – he was born in Aberdeen – and will spend a great deal of his time accepting congratulatory handshakes at Royal Ascot this week.
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