Harewood Three Day Horse Trials 1955

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    Harewood, Yorks.

    Timetable of horse trials on file.

    LS. Horse No.3. passing in front of Harewood House. LS. Horse No.4. passing in front of Harewood House. MS. No.7. Trident, getting ready at start. MS. No.6. Tramella at start. Miss Diana Mason mounting and starting. LS. Time-keepers at start. MS. and C.U. Miss Anneli Drummond-Hay on No.7. Trident, and L.S. starting. L.S. No.2. Mr. I.H. Dudgeon on Charleville taking jump No.7. (house in background). LS. No.3. Miss Penelope Molteno on Carmena taking jump No.7. (house in background). L.S. Group, Princess Royal and others, watching. LS. No.4. Herr Otto Rothe on Florida II refusal at No.9. jump. Crowd shots. No.6. Miss Diana Mason on Tramella taking jumps 19, 20 and 21. No.7. Miss Drummond-Hay on Trident, taking jumps 19, 20 and 21. Ms. No.11. Mrs. V.I. Boon on Neptune taking jumps 21 and 22. MS. No.13. Miss Margaret Hough on Bambi V. on hill and over jump 22. MS. No.14. Miss Sheila M. Willco on High and Mighty on hill and over jump 22. MS. No.16. Captain M. Naylor-Leyland on Bright Prospect taking jump 22. LS. No.20 Lt. Col. F.W.C. Weldon on "Kilbarry" over jumps 19, 20 and 21, 22. MS. No.21. Herr Klaus Wagner on "Schlactenbummler" over jumps 19 and 20. LS. Group of riders, two men doff their cap / hat. LS. Score board and people looking.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1955
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    Silent
    Media URN:
    79901
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2696.06
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    Black & White
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    00:05:44:00
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    01:13:34:00 / 01:19:18:00
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    UN 2765 F
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    UN 2765 F
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