Sir Henry Morton Llewellyn, 3rd Baronet, CBE, JP, DL (18 July 1911 – 15 November 1999) was a British equestrian champion. He was born the second son of a colliery owner, Sir David Llewellyn, 1st Baronet.
Foxhunter (1940–1959) was a champion show jumping horse ridden by Harry Llewellyn, best known for their part in securing Great Britain's only gold medal at the 1952 Summer Olympics (in the Team Jumping equestrian event). 
- Bethlehem (Thoroughbred)
- Erehwemos (Thoroughbred)
30 de out. de 2020 · Sir Harry Lewellyn’s showjumper Foxhunter became a household name when he helped Britain win Olympic gold and lent his name to the popular jumping class
- Penny Richardson
Biography Harry Llewellyn, educated at Oundle and Trinity College, Cambridge, was a well-known steeplechase jockey in pre-war days, his greatest success coming in 1936 when, while still an undergraduate, he finished second in the Grand National riding his father’s horse Ego. He rode Ego again at Aintree the following year and finished fourth.
6 de ago. de 2012 · Monday saw Britain's first Olympic showjumping medal since 1984 and their first gold since Sir Harry captained the team to gold in 1952. The baronet died aged 88 in 1999 at his home near ...
10 de ago. de 2016 · Em 1952, Llewellyn e Foxhunter ganharam a medalha de ouro em Helsinki, que veio a ser a única medalha de ouro conquistada pela Grã-Bretanha nessas Olimpíadas.