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Cornelius James Terence Lysaght (// LEYE-sət; born 27 January 1965, Gloucester, England, UK) is the horse racing correspondent of the BBC, usually broadcasting on Radio 5 Live. He took up this position in June 2001, succeeding Peter Bromley, who had held the position since 1959.
Lysaght was raised in Herefordshire and educated at Eton. Initially a broadcaster with radio stations Severn Sound (Gloucester) and Southern Sound (Brighton) and telephone service Racecall, he was amongst the first people heard on Radio 5.
In 2003, Lysaght helped BBC 5 Live's racing team win a Sony Award for its acclaimed Cheltenham Festival coverage. In the 1990s he appeared on BBC Radio 1 as the voice of Mark and Lard's daily competition feature "Dobbins or Bobbins".