Jockey Colours 1955

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Newmarket, Suffolk.

C/U of a grey and white jockey shirt and hat which are arranged on a stand. Narrator states that: "Design is the keynote of the way by which we identify jockeys in the field - with the famous colours of the turf."

C/U of a horses head. Pan down to show two young...

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Data

Cataloguer:
Jenny
Stock:
Colour
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
15494
Sort Number:
CP 006
Time in/Out:
02:02:24:00 / 02:04:26:00
Canister:
CP 006
Film ID:
25.28
Issue Date:
07/02/1955

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