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OBITUARY

TOM CANNON, TRAINEE, „ . London, July 15. rjie death is announced of Tom Cannon the well-known trainer.—Aus.-N.Z. Cable Assn. • la : te Tom Cannon, bonj at Eton in 1844, started ridmg at 14 years of age, and for 35 years had no superior aa a horseman.. For a considerable time ho wm associated with the Days, and he n arriod a daughter of John Day. Ho rode the winners of olassic races both in England ajid Prance. Whon be retired from tho saddle he took on training, making Danbury his headquarters. Throughout his lengthy conneotion with the turf the deceased bore .an . irreproachable character. His sons, Mornington and Tom, were in recent years successful riders, until mcreasinE wctehf. kept them out of tho Eaddle.l' "

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OBITUARY, Dominion, Volume 10, Issue 3138, 17 July 1917

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OBITUARY Dominion, Volume 10, Issue 3138, 17 July 1917

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