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Brough Scott MBE

Broadcaster. Journalist. Author. Consultant.

Brough Scott Brough Scott is one of the best known figures in racing and sport although he once received a viewer's letter stating "you used to be the world's worst jockey, now you are the world's worst commentator, please shut up."

A graduate of both Oxford University and of 100 winners as an amateur and professional jockey he then for 30 years presented all the major races here and overseas as anchorman for first ITV and then Channel 4 Racing, heading up the team which won the team's first BAFTA award for its coverage of the 1998 Epsom Derby.

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