Evan Williams (jockey)

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Evan Williams (1911 or 1912 - 2001)was a horse racing jockey born in Cowbridge, Wales, in 1912.[1] He won the 1937 Grand National on Royal Mail, and he won the Cheltenham Gold Cup in 1936 (on Golden Miller) and 1940 (on Roman Hackle). He later became a trainer and won the first running of the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in 1951 (with Supreme Court). He died on 16 July 2001 aged 89.

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