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March 24 2016 Today in History Newsletter

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Dick Francis and Devon Loch at the 1956 Grand National
The Bizarre Belly Flop of Devon Loch

You’ve heard of Seabiscuit and Secretariat, and maybe even Red Rum and Black Caviar. The stories of amazing racehorses like these have made inspiring books and entertaining movies. On March 24, 1956, Devon Loch also made history, but not as a winner. What happened to him and his jockey at the Grand National?
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