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Piggott - Places
... Piggott, Arkansas, a US city Piggott Peninsula, Antarctica. ...
The Piggott School
... 'The Piggott School' is a Church of England academy secondary school in Wargrave in Berkshire, England ... The Piggott School has a long established exchange programme with the Ville Gymnasium School der Erftstadt, North Rhine, Westphalia, Germany and a more recent link ... The Piggott School is also the only church of England secondary school in the Reading, Twyford area ...
BBC Sports Personality Of The Year - Intermittent Awards - Special Achievement Award
... Lester Piggott won an award in 1984 for his achievements, including winning the St ... Leger Stakes on Commanche Run that year, Piggott's record-breaking 28th British classic win ... In 1994, Piggott won the award again for his "services to racing" ...
Percival Piggott
... name uses Spanish naming customs the first or paternal family name is Piggott and the second or maternal family name is Cumming ... PĂ©rcival Antonio Piggott Cumming (born 23 November 1966 in Panama City, Panama) is a retired footballer who played professionally for clubs in Panama, El Salvador and Costa Rica ...
Never Say Die (horse) - Racing Career - 1954:three-year-old Season
... attracted by his eighteen-year-old jockey Lester Piggott had not made him a popular choice with many members of the public ... The colt was always well-placed and was sent into the lead early in the straight by Piggott ... Piggott was immediately suspended by the racecourse stewards for his riding of Never Say Die and was reported to the Jockey Club who extended the riding ban to six months ...

Famous quotes containing the word piggott:

    Eating’s going to be a whole new ball game. I may even have to buy a new pair of trousers.
    —Lester Piggott (b. 1935)