Horse Monument 1937

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Horse monument.

Farley, Hampshire.

L/S of a pointed monument commemorating a horse which fell into a 25 foot pit whilst hunting, survived and later went on to win a horse race under name of 'Beware Chalkpit.' Various shots of the monument which has a very pointed roof and various arched...



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NSP 085
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01:28:07:00 / 01:28:21:00
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  • The monument is situated on Farley Mount.

    "Beware Chalkpit" in text and tags should read Beware Chalk Pit.

    jamied 25th Feb 2013

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