Queen Elizabeth II visits the HQ of the Animal Health Trust Equine Research Station.
Full title reads: "Newmarket. Surgery To Save Horses".
GV Balton lodge just outside Newmarket which is the headquarters of the animal health trust equine research station. CU sign "The Animal Health Trust Equine Research Station". LV the Queen with officials including, the Duke of Norfolk looking into stables. CU interior. of stable Mr James Roberts, Senior Veterinary Surgeon, is showing donkey which has had a new eyelid grafted. SV the Queen looking at one of Prince Philip's polo ponies "Mainlight" which is awaiting operation. SV "Mainlight"
GV exterior Queen Elizabeth II outside the stables watching horse being led by. CU horse looking out of box the horse appears to have "whiskers" GV the Gladys Yule surgical wing which the Queen officially opened SV interior Mr Roberts horse injections. SV the horse. collapsing under the anaesthetic. CU cardiograph machine GV the horse on the operating table about to undergo the cardiograph. SV the horse being given anaesthetic. GV the Queen looking at the horse on their operating table. which is at the moment at ground level having things explained to her by Mr Roberts. Mr Roberts explaining things to the Queen, the Duke of Norfolk is on the right of picture. SV a horse on the operating table as the table is raised. GV the horse on the table with the Queen looking on. SV the Queen with Mr Roberts and others.