A great man, that will be deeply missed in the racing community and surrounds…

Courtesy: Milton Ulladulla Times/Fairfax Regional Media

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The funeral service for Bede Murray will be held at 11am on Monday at St Mary’s Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Milton. The South Coast horse trainer died last Tuesday night after a long battle with cancer aged 80 years.

His son Paul paid tribute to his father and mentor. “He was a legend and a champion bloke and most of all he was my dad,” Paul said. “He lived a long and successful life and won’t be quickly forgotten.”Murray trained for more than 50 years and had a stable at Kembla Grange since 1994. “The club is deeply saddened by the passing of Bede, who was a remarkable trainer and person,” Illawarra Turf Club chief executive Peter De Vries said. Murray trained for more than 50 years and had a stable at Kembla Grange since 1994.

“The club is deeply saddened by the passing of Bede, who was a remarkable trainer and person,” Illawarra Turf Club chief executive Peter De Vries said. Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys rated Murray was one of the best at his craft in NSW and Australia.

 

 

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BEDE MURRAY: “He was a legend and a champion bloke and most of all he was my dad” said son Paul. Mr Murray is pictured at his Conjola stables in 2015. Photo: RON AGGS

 

 

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