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Great Span : Stock Photo
Racehorse Great Span, a popular candidate for the 1930 Grand National at his Newmarket stable.
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Racehorse Great Span, a popular candidate for the 1930 Grand National at his Newmarket stable.
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JB4955-001
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Hulton Archive
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3,484 x 2,726 px (29.50 x 23.08 cm) - 300 dpi - 1.57 MB
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