12:16PM, Tuesday 23 October 2012
Legendary jockey Richard Hughes returned to the scene of his greatest triumph when he attended the last meet of the season at Windsor Racecourse yesterday.
A week earlier he had made history at Windsor, becoming only the second jockey in the history of British horse racing to ride seven winners on a card.
He returned to the scene of his triumph this week to meet fans, sign autographs and receive a specially created montage of his seven winners drawn by equine artist Liz Armstrong.
The montage will be printed for general sale with a percentage of the money raised going to charity.
Richard, 39, had family support yesterday - his son Harvey, four, came to the racecourse with him. He had cheered him on from home in Wiltshire a week earlier and happily posed for pictures with Dad.
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