Rest Home For Horses 1955

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Home of Rest for Horses, Borehamwood (Boreham Wood), Hertfordshire.

Film begins with shots of holidaymakers on the beach - including people asleep in deck chairs. Narrator states that not only people need holidays, so do animals. "The working horse, for example, dependable and willing, he...



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