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Giles Loder of High Beeches with Spion Kop
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Giles Loder of High Beeches with Spion Kop

This ancient newspaper cutting records Captain Giles Loder, later to be Lieutenant-Colonel, of High Beeches, Handcross leading his horse, Spion Kop, into the winner’s enclosure after winning the 1920 Derby at Epsom.
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The jockey was American-born Frank O’Neill.
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