A visit to this well known race-course to see the following principal events of this afternoon's racing:
3.0 The Queen's Prize
One of the big Spring handicaps for three-year-olds and upwards, over two miles, with 1,500 sovereigns added to the sweepstakes.
3.30 Thousand Guineas Trial Stakes
A race over seven furlongs for three-year-old fillies
4.0 Coventry Stakes
A race over one mile for three-year-olds only.
Between the first and the second race John Betts discusses the merits of some of the leading three-year-old classic fillies.
Commentator (The Queen's Prize):
Assisted by (The Queen's Prize):
Commentator (Coventry Stakes):
Assisted by (Coventry Stakes):
[Starring] Fred Astaire and Paulette Goddard in the film Second Chorus
With Artie Shaw and his Band, Charles Butterworth and Burgess Meredith.
A lighthearted comedy with music, singing, and dancing, with Danny O'Neil (Fred Astaire), and Hank Taylor (Burgess Meredith), as rival trumpeters, first in a college band and later in Artie Shaw's Band.
Artie Shaw and his
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