RACEHORSES RESCUED FROM BURNING BOXES
(UHIIEB rRESS ASSOCIATION.— COPTRHBT.)
LONDON, 25th June, Spion Kop and two other English racehorses 'were being -taken to the French Grand Prix Meeting, when the horse-boxes caught fire. The horses were rescued with difficulty, seemingly unharmed.
[Spionkop (Spearmint—Hammerkop), who is owned by Captain Giles Loder, won the Derby at Epsom on 2nd June. The Grand Prix de Paris is to he run at Maisons-Laffitte to-morrow.]
The death occurred at Longburn this, morning, of Mrs. Keith, wife of Mr. An- 1 gus Keith, the well-known starter. The' deceased lady, who had been in bad health' for some time, leaves a family of four young children.
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RACEHORSES RESCUED FROM BURNING BOXES, Evening Post, Volume XCIX, Issue 151, 26 June 1920
RACEHORSES RESCUED FROM BURNING BOXES Evening Post, Volume XCIX, Issue 151, 26 June 1920
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