Ras Prince Monolulu

Ras Prince Monolulu

RAS PRINCE MONOLULU d1965. Peter Carl Mackay was a West Indian horse-racing tipster and something of an institution on the British racing scene from the 1920s until the time of his death. He was the most famous black man in Britain during the 1930s and appeared in over ten films. He was particularly noticeable for his brightly coloured clothing ; as a tipster, one of his best known phrases was the cry "I gotta horse!" which was subsequently the title of his memoirs. He died on February 14th 1965 in Middlesex hospital after choking on a Black Magic chocolate

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Ras Prince Monolulu

Reference Number. 13044A


A rare original vintage 1958 autograph book page, clearly signed and dated in ink by Ras Prince Monolulu (29VII 58 never dunk smoke or play cards travel to see world)

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