Bloodstock Sales Soar 1965

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    Item title reads - Bloodstock sales soar.

    Newmarket, Suffolk.

    Exterior L/S of the new sales ring at Newmarket. M/S's horses being walked round for general inspection. M/S Mr J. P. Phillips who is president of the Thoroughbred Breeders Association on left with American Mr Taylor Harding. C/U Harding. M/S group of Japanese buyers. C/U T. Wada of the Shinbuki Stud, Japan. C/U's Sir Gordon Richards. M/S of the horses being paraded. M/S champion jockey Lester Piggott talking to French owner S. Sokolow. C/U Piggott.

    M/S of a Bay colt, foaled April 1965, being paraded. C/U's jockey Doug Smith. M/S Madame Susy Volterre with the Compte De St. Saveur. C/U Susy Volterre. M/S horses being paraded. M/S Lady and Sir John Musker with trainer Jack Jarvis. C/U Sir John and Jack. M/S prospective buyers looking at horse. M/S Chestnut mare who reached the price of 18,000 guineas. C/U's horse. M/S of the Aga Khan talking to two men. C/U Aga Khan. Interior M/S of the sales ring. Various shots as the horses are paraded round ring. L/S ring.

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    01:22:18:00 / 01:23:49:00
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