Sir Henry Cecil, the legendary horse trainer who died today aged 70, has been described as a "genius" by former stable jockey Steve Cauthen.
The horse trainer enjoyed a glittering career:
He was crowned champion trainer 10 times - an award given to the trainer whose horses have won the most prize money in a season.
Sir Henry, who was knighted in 2011, was responsible for 25 British Classic winners - the five races classed in this group are the 2,000 and 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket, Epsom Oaks and Derby and the St Leger Stakes.
He was also the leading handler by some way at Royal Ascot with a record 75 successes.
Sir Henry's later years were illuminated by the great Frankel, officially the best horse in the world and unbeaten in 14 starts before retirement.