Philip Scholfield (16 Apr 1958 - 5 Jun 2013)

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Funeral Service

Location
Exeter Crematorium Topsham Road Exeter EX2 6EU
Date
24th Jun 2013
Time
10.45am

Funeral Reception

Location
Devon and Exeter Racecourse
Date
24th Jun 2013
Time
12pm

Scholfield-Philip.

myla lawrence wrote

I still think of you whenever I ride and you were a great trainer. Thank you x
RIP xxxxxx

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myla lawrence wrote

You were a great and funny horse trainer and it broke my heart when I ad a text saying hes gone. I really do miss you but I still think of you

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Gillian Sandercock wrote

Here is the link to watch the presentation that was shown at the wake- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=333HBkgsv8o

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Louise Lawrence wrote

Phil came in to our lives very quickly. I never thought I would ride again - he saw to it that I did. My children thought the world of him. All 4 would follow him around all day with fascination at how a grown man could be so much like one of them. We will all miss him so much - there is a big gap here without him. From Lou, his 2 chicks, Mr Bean and little Tom xxxxxx RIP.

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Norman Scott wrote

Philip was a consummate horse man any horse he broke went beautifully from the start, and were a privilege to ride, He was also a thoroughly nice man.

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