Lord Marcus Beresford

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Beresford as depicted by Liborio Prosperi in Vanity Fair. 1890

Lord Marcus Talbot de la Poer Beresford, KCVO (25 December 1848 – 16 December 1922) was an equerry and racing manager.

The son of the 4th Marquess of Waterford, he ran the stables of Albert, Prince of Wales from 1890. On the Prince´s accession as King Edward VII in 1901, Beresford was appointed an Extra Equerry and Manager of His Majesty´s Thoroughbred Stud,[1] serving until the King´s death in 1910. The new King George V similarly appointed him in charge of his stables from 1910 until his own death in 1922.

On 28 August 1895, Beresford married Louisa Catherine Ridley, daughter of Major-General Charles William Ridley.

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