Sport Obituaries Gay Kindersley Gay Kindersley, who died on April 21 aged 80, was one of the most engaging figures on the Turf; a former champion amateur jump jockey who later turned to training, he made his mark less for his professional achievements than for his extra-curricular exploits as a drinker, gambler and serial womaniser. Kindersley largely escaped censure thanks to his being blessed with a barrel-load of charm; he was also utterly without malice. As Gay opened the door to one of the guest bedrooms, he and his visitor were confronted by the sight of a couple in flagrante.
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