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Seeta Devi was a glamorous divorcee when she met her second husband, Pratap Singh Rao Gaekwad of Baroda, at the Madras horse races in 1943. Trainer B R Patel, trained Sangram to win the Indian 2000 Guineas and also the Indian Derby winner Martial Law for Maharanee Seeta Devi Gaekwar of Baroda
Jockey wears her colours of blue silks with crimson arms and chest chevrons with blue cap. He rides a grey horse. Whip complete but bent. Contained in original two-part post-war box with name label to lid and with original Britains complaints slip
manufacturer reference RC148
Jockey and horse both in very good original condition with just minor areas of paint loss. Box in very good original condition with some minor edge rubbing and discolouration
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