LEGENDARY horse trainer Milton Bradley has died aged 88 – with the racing world paying tribute to a ‘great man’.
Bradley retired in 2021 after more than 50 years forging a career famed for turning cheap horses into superstars.
Among them was The Tatling, a £15,000 buy who went onto win £81,200 with victory in the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot in 2004 and won almost £700,000 over the course of his career.
Bradley banged in more than 1,000 winners from his Sedbury base near Gloucestershire.
Always popular with owners, he had up 90 horses at any one time under his care.