Savage Beats Favourite Tulloch In $100,000… 1961

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    Rosehill, Australia.

    Documentation on file, Australian commentary.

    GV. Crowds milling around stands at Rosehill race course. Two CUs. of the list of runners. CUs. Hands offering money to bookies. MS. Jockey mounting the favourite Tulloch. Elevated shot as the horses move out onto the course, zoom into MS. Tulloch. MS. Crowd. Pan with the horse as they leave starting gate and of the race in progress. MS. Type in crowd. Panning shot as the horses approach finish, with Tulloch and Savage neck as they pass winning post. MS. Crowd. Elevated shot as the horses enter enclosure led by Tulloch and Savage. MS. Pan with the winner Savage being led in. High angle shot, zoom into LS. of Savage have winners sash put over his back.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:05:10:00 / 01:06:51:00
    UN 3483 F
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    UN 3483 F
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