Horses 14.2.2017 10:38 am

KZN trainer Colin Scott passes away after battle with cancer

“Colin was really one of the nice guys in racing. He was loyal to his team and clients and racing will never be the same for me now that he is gone,” said his brother Rob this morning.

Well-known racehorse trainer Colin Scott (52), brother of Tellytrack CEO Rob Scott,passed away at his home in Durban last night after a battle with cancer that he fought bravely to the end.

KZN trainer Colin Scott passes away after battle with cancer
KZN trainer Colin Scott passes away after battle with cancer

KZN trainer Colin Scott passes away after battle with cancer

“Colin was really one of the nice guys in racing. He was loyal to his team and clients and racing will never be the same for me now that he is gone,” said his brother Rob this morning.

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