John Montague "Towser" Gosden (1904–1967) was a British racehorse trainer based near Lewes, East Sussex.
He won a number of important races, although his career was interrupted by the Second World War. He trained Epsom Derby winner Charlottown as a two-year-old, and won the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes with Aggressor.
He is the father of British racehorse trainer John Gosden.
He married Peggy Gosden (née Gearing), with whom he had two children, John and Sally.
- Sue Montgomery The Independent (1997-06-08). "Gosden's Dip into history". The Independent. Retrieved 2012-11-11.
|This British horse racing biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|