St. Leger 1952

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Doncaster Race Course, Yorkshire.

GV. Doncaster horse racing course. SV. The Queen Elizabeth II arriving by car. SV. Crowd. Pan to Queen stepping from car and being greeted by officials. GV. Horses parading in paddock. SV. Pan Queen arriving in paddock. SV. Crowd lining paddock rails. SCU....



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