A further visit to Ascot to see three of the afternoon's principal races on the second and last day of the October meeting.
3.0 The Cumberland Lodge Stakes: for three-year-olds. over two miles
3.30 The Diadem Stakes: for three-year-olds, over six furlongs
4.0 The Buckhounds Stakes: for three-year-olds, over the Swinley course of one and a half miles
Clive Graham assisted, by Maurice Maude, identifies runners and riders in the paddock before each race.
(to 16.10 app.)
Commentator (Cumberland Lodge/Buckhounds Stakes):
Assisted by (Cumberland Lodge Stakes):
Commentator (Diadem Stakes)/assisted by (Buckhounds Stakes):
Assisted by (Diadem Stakes):
from the Theatre Royal, Leeds.
(by arrangement with Francis Laidler)
[Starring] Gracie Fields and Donald Peers
with Albert Modley, Jimmy James and Company, The Trio Grossetto, The Two Pirates, Audrey Wayne, Muriel Young, The Black Dyke Mills Band, The Yorkshire Girls Choir, The Twelve Music-Hall Maids
Show compered by Archie Andrews assisted by Peter Brough
(Albert Modley appears by arrangement with Emile Littler)
Jimmy James and
The Black Dyke Mills
The Yorkshire Girls
The Twelve Music-Hall
Television Orchestra conducted by:
Dances directed by:
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