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Photograph - Bill Elliot, Tommy Woodcock & Phar Lap at the Agua Caliente Handicap, Framed, 20 Mar 1932 Image Reg. No: HT 1121

Summary:
Framed hand coloured photograph of Bill Elliot sitting on the back of Phar Lap after the running of the Agua Caliente Handicap race in March, 1932. Trainer Tommy Woodcock is holding his reins, although his face is obscured by the horse.
Description:
Large rectangular black and white photograph of a horse and jockey in the mounting yard after a race. Another man is holding the horse's reins, but his face is obscured. The jockey's clothing and the horse have been hand coloured. The photograph is in a cream card mount, and framed under glass in a gold plaster and wooden frame, with a wire hanger on the back.
Description Of Content:
Trainer Tommy Woodcock, jockey Bill Elliot and Phar Lap in the mounting yard after the running of the Agua Caliente Handicap
Discipline: History

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Tagged with: horse racing, i have the same photo frame wondering what it s worth
Themes this item is part of: David Davis, Entrepreneur & Race Horse Owner, Phar Lap in America, 1932, Tommy Woodcock, Race Horse Strapper & Trainer (1905-1985), Leisure Collection, Phar Lap Collection
Primary Classification: SPORT
Secondary Classification: Horse Racing
Tertiary Classification: images (to be classified)
Original Caption: Phar Lap
Inscriptions: Handwritten in black ink on mount underneath photograph: "PHAR LAP"/ (Night Raid - Entreaty)/ Trainer: T.Woodcok - Jockey: W.Elliot
People Depicted: Woodcock, Tommy; Elliot, William [Billy]
Organisations Depicted: PHAR LAP
Format: Photograph: Colourised
Person Depicted: Mr William (Bill) Elliot, Agua Caliente, Tijuana, Mexico, 1932
Person Depicted: Mr Tommy Woodcock, Agua Caliente, Tijuana, Mexico, 1932
Horse Depicted: Phar Lap (Racehorse), Agua Caliente, Tijuana, Mexico, 20 Mar 1932

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