The King’s Prize, Epsom, of 1935, was won by Mr. J. A. de Rothchild’s Old Pretender, with A. Richardson in the saddle. Before settling in this country, “Midge” Richardson rode regularly in Egypt, heading the list in 1928 with thirty winners.
His successes in this country include the 1932 Cambridgeshire on Pullover, and the Manchester November Handicap on Hypostyle in the same year. At the Gatwick June Meeting 1935 he rode four winners in succession. At present attached to M Peacock’s stable at Middleham. Richardson has also ridden many lightweights for the Royal stable.
A Richardson in the colours of Mr. J. A. de Rothchild.