Reynoldstown : News Photo

Reynoldstown

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2nd April 1935: Major Noel Furlong with his racehorse Reynoldstown and his son Frank Furlong, who rode the horse to victory in the 1935 Grand National, at their stables in Skelfington Hall, Leicestershire. (Photo by Smith/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
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2nd April 1935: Major Noel Furlong with his racehorse Reynoldstown and his son Frank Furlong, who rode the horse to victory in the 1935 Grand National, at their stables in Skelfington Hall, Leicestershire. (Photo by Smith/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
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Date created:
April 02, 1935
Editorial #:
3365011
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Collection:
Hulton Archive
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3,552 x 2,608 px (49.33 x 36.22 in) - 72 dpi - 1.18 MB
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Source:
Hulton Archive
Barcode:
HQ0406
Object name:
97s/36/huty/8092/21

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Major Noel Furlong with his racehorse Reynoldstown and his son Frank... News Photo 33650111930-1939,Animal,Animal Themes,Black And White,British Culture,Character,Couple,Doorway,England,Grand National Horse Race,Horizontal,Horse,Horse Racing,Human Interest,Leicestershire,Major,Males,People,Racehorse,Son,Sport,Stable,Stable,Success,UK,Working AnimalPhotographer Collection: Hulton Archive 2nd April 1935: Major Noel Furlong with his racehorse Reynoldstown and his son Frank Furlong, who rode the horse to victory in the 1935 Grand National, at their stables in Skelfington Hall, Leicestershire. (Photo by Smith/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)