Llewellyn, Richard

Llewellyn, Richard

(lo͞oĕl`ĭn), 1907–83, Welsh novelist. He is best known as the author of How Green Was My Valley (1939), a story of life in the S Wales mining areas, and None but the Lonely Heart (1943). His later novels include A Night of Bright Stars (1979).
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Despite still finding their feet in Division One East Central on the back of a disappointing relegation from the Championship last season, there looks to be no let-up in celebrating the history of a club that has launched the careers of several Welsh internationals over the years, including Glyn Llewellyn, Richard Donavon and Garfield Owen.
Brian added: "Long before National Hunt trainers like Jenny Pitman, Peter Bowen, Evan Williams, Milton Bradley, Tim Vaughan and jockeys Carl Llewellyn, Richard Johnson, Peter Scudamore and Hywel Davies became well-known I was reporting on their exploits in point-topoints.
Robert Llewellyn, Richard Scanlon's stepfather, spoke about the trauma the 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards - aka the Welsh Cavalry - are going through.
In a career with the late David Nicholson that featured 11 wins in 38 races and earnings of pounds 332,055, Barton Bank won for Robert Bellamy, Carl Llewellyn, Richard Dunwoody and David Walsh, who also steered him into second behind Mr Mulligan in the 1997 Gold Cup, with Dorans Pride in third.
Like Walsh, Murphy and Llewellyn, Richard Johnson got among the money when reaching a century of winners for the season on Flight Leader in the 2m4f conditions hurdle, in which the novice conceded 8lb to Long Walk Hurdle third Temoin, who came from another county to almost nick the prize.
Struggling Llandaff will need big efforts from the likes of Mark Llewellyn, Richard McCarthy and Wales B cap Phil Kane.
Also there were trainer and jockeys past and present including Carl Llewellyn, Richard Pitman, Tim Norman, Colin Brown, Roger Wernham, Gay Kindersley, William Muir, Peter Walwyn, Rosemary Lomax, David Arbuthnot and Michael Hinchcliffe.
TONY McCOY, Carl Llewellyn, Richard Phillips, Nicky Henderson and John McCririck will be among the many personalities at Greatwood's annual open day tomorrow near Marlborough in Wiltshire, writes Rodney Masters.
TONY McCOY, Carl Llewellyn, Richard Phillips and John McCririck will be among the personalities at tomorrow's second annual open day at the Greatwood Centre of Retired Racehorses, near Marlborough in Wiltshire, writes Rodney Masters.