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. Pan, "Castleton" (No. 3.) being paraded round paddock. SV. Queen watching. LV. Horses with Jockeys up being lead from paddock. SV. Jockey board. LV. The Parade. SV. Pan, Nos. 8 and 9 "Tulyar" and "Summer Rain" SV. Queen watching horses parading. SV. SV. No. 10. the Queen's "Gay Time", he is ridden by Gordon Richards being paraded GV. Parade. STV. Crowd. CU. Bookies board. SV.,People watching bookie boards. CU. "Tulyar's" name being scratched from book maker's board. LV. Horses going up to starting gate. SV. Crowd. LV. Start off at (9) Pan to B.V. SV.,Pan, racing into country. No. 2. "Alcinus" ridden by Charlie Elliott leading the field. "Bob Major" lying second and her Majesty's "Gay Time" third. SV. Crowd. LV. Horses rounding bend into finishing straight "Alcinus" still leading "Ker Arden" (No. 5.) lying second. "Gay Time" third. "Gay Time" overhauls "Ker Arden " "Gay Time" racing neck and neck with "Alcidus". "Tulyar" tries to break through at this point, but he is hemmed in. "Tulyar" makes his run and begins to overhaul leaders. He leads field. LV. Pan, "Tulyar" on outside of field, comfortably draws away from "Kingsfold" and passes post to win SV. Pan from crowd to "Tulyar" being lead in SV. "Tulyar."

    Tulyar Wins the St. Leger, ridden by Charlie Smirke.

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    01:32:46:00 / 01:35:22:00
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