Rockfel, Jockey: H. Wragg', 1939. In 1938 British jockey and racehorse trainer Harry Wragg rode the filly Rockfel, whom he described as the best horse he had ever ridden, to win the Oaks and Champion Stakes. He gained the nickname The Head Waiter due to his come from behind riding style. In a 27-year riding career, Wragg rode over 1700 winners in Britain and Ireland, including three victories in the Epsom Derby and ten in other British Classic Races. This was followed by a successful 36-year training career. From Racehorses & Jockeys, 1938 - A Series of 40. [W. D. & H. O. Wills, Bristol, 1939]
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