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Stallions of Nostalgia Farm  NFC's Blue Note

Stallions of Nostalgia Farm NFC's Blue Note

Her Majesty The Queen, taking part in an unofficial race at Royal Ascot, 1960

Her Majesty The Queen, taking part in an unofficial race at Royal Ascot, 1960

Marius Silver Jubilee, known as 'Milton' (16 February 1977- 4 July 1999), was a grey gelding, 16.2 hands (66 inches; 168cm) high at the withers, shown here with his rider, John Whitaker MBE. Milton achieved many international victories, becoming the first horse outside the racing world to win more than £1 million in prize money. A favourite with the crowd, he often ended a successful round with a leap into the air. After his death, Milton was buried at the Whitaker's Yorkshire farm.

Milton: 12 fascinating facts about our hero

Marius Silver Jubilee, known as 'Milton' (16 February 1977- 4 July 1999), was a grey gelding, 16.2 hands (66 inches; 168cm) high at the withers, shown here with his rider, John Whitaker MBE. Milton achieved many international victories, becoming the first horse outside the racing world to win more than £1 million in prize money. A favourite with the crowd, he often ended a successful round with a leap into the air. After his death, Milton was buried at the Whitaker's Yorkshire farm.

Farm life around Whitby, Yorkshire c1875-1910 Frank Meadow Sutcliffe - Victorian Photographer

Farm life around Whitby, Yorkshire c1875-1910 Frank Meadow Sutcliffe - Victorian Photographer

Queen Elizabeth II galloping at Ascot in 1964

Step back in time: Revealing enchanting personal photographs and mementoes, showing a private side to the Queen the public rarely see...

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