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history of the Manchester racecourse.

Thomas Letcher

history of the Manchester racecourse.

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ContributionsManchester Polytechnic. Department of English and History.
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The badly named `Manchester Racecourse' off Littleton Road shut in but its memory is still alive in the minds of many Salford people. Here, acclaimed Salfordian racing author, John Norbury, goes in search of anecdotes, from `shooting' the jockeys to a bloke named Ras Prince Monolulu, to the Clifton landlord who bought a horse off a bookie.

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