Evans, Malcolm, 1947- :"Ladies first!" New Zealand Herald, 11 August 1977.
Reference Number: A-315-5-004
The starter of a horse race has pushed a button to let the woman jockey out of the gates first. At his side is a newspaper headlined 'Female to race males at Te Awamutu today.'Canadian jockey Joan Phipps was the first woman to ride against male jockeys in new Zealand and won first place on her mare Daphalee in her race at the Te Awamutu on 1 November 1977.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Joan Phipps, Malcolm Paul Evans, New Zealand Herald (Newspaper), Te Awamutu, Sex discrimination, Women, Horse racing, Man-woman relationships and Jockeys.
Evans, Malcolm, 1947- :"Ladies first!" New Zealand Herald, 11 August 1977., Reference Number A-315-5-004 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 newspaper cutting.Newspaper cutting 145 x 200 mm.. Single art work
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