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Jockeys ride Clydesdales for Exeter race

24 November 2013 Last updated at 17:52 GMT

Five Clydesdales have taken part in a charity race at Exeter racecourse.

The horses thundered down the home straight with the aim of promoting the breed, which has been given "at risk" status.

The horses took part in the Devon Air Ambulance charity race 35 minutes before before the day's main racing and were ridden by professional jockeys.

The two furlong race was won by Tom Parker, ridden by Michael Nolan.

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