Sir Harry Llewellyn lived at Llanfair Grange near Abergavenny in Monmouthshire. In 1990 he was inducted into the Welsh Sports Hall of Fame . He was married to Christine Saumarez, a daughter of the 5th Baron de Saumarez. Their sons, Dai and Roddy, became well-known media personalities from the 1960s onward. Notes [ edit] ^ Mosley, Charles, editor.
- Henry Morton Llewellyn, 18 July 1911, Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales
- 15 November 1999 (aged 88), Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
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30 de out. de 2020 · Harry went on to hold several administrative posts at the British Show Jumping Association and was chairman of the association from 1967 to 1969. In 1968, he returned to the Olympics as chef...
Llewellyn bought Foxhunter, a golden-bay gelding, in 1947 following a search that began by studying the records of every registered showjumper on file with the British Show Jumping Association. The horse, who stood 16.3 hands (67 inches, 170 cm) high, was sired by the Thoroughbred stallion Erehwemos out of the half-bred mare Catcall.
- Bethlehem (Thoroughbred)
- Erehwemos (Thoroughbred)
6 de ago. de 2012 · Born in 1911 in Aberdare, and named Henry Morton Llewellyn, Sir Harry was the second son of colliery owner Sir David Llewellyn. He was educated at Oundle School and Trinity College,...
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17 de nov. de 1999 · Henry Morton Llewellyn, show jumper and jockey; born Aberdare, Glamorgan 18 July 1911; OBE 1944, CBE 1953; Kt 1977; succeeded 1978 as third Bt; Chairman, British Show Jumping Association 1967-69;...