At the bottom of page 466 in your June issue you mention Lt. B. Alan Hill’s Morgan in the 1919 Scottish Six Days.
The enclosed photograph of him may amuse you–taken in that trial on the second hairpin on Kenmore, the steep climb up from Loch Tay, which was “observed” in those days. The jury rigged bracing wires on his somewhat bent frame are quite period.
Dumfries, A.H.D. Aikman Smith.
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