Fitzrovia

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Fitzrovia

Informal the district north of Oxford Street, London, around Fitzroy Square and its pubs, noted in the 1930s and 40s as a haunt of poets
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The Michael Bell-trained winner was upholding the strong form of his previous Leicester run and his owners, the Fitzrovians, hope he will maintain their tradition of having a Listed-class performer on their hands.
Robert Baker, a member of the successful ownership partnership, The Fitzrovians, said: "That was superb.
Owned by an enthusiastic syndicate called the Fitzrovians and should win a little handicap.