THE ENGLISH OAKS.
A CLASSIC RACE. SAUCY SUE WINS. (By Cable.—rrcss Association.—-Copyright.) (Received 3 p.m.) LONDON, May 20. The Oaks Stakes, of 50sovs each, with ■2000sovs added, one mile and a-half, run at the Epsom summer meeting to-day resulted: — SAUCY SUE, b f, 3yrs, by SwinfordGood and Gay (Lord Astor) 1 MISS GADABOUT, b f, 3yrs, by Cylgad-Popingaol (Lord Astor) 2 RIDING EIGHT, b f, 3yrs, by Galloper Eight —Zobiska (Mr. A. do Rothschild) 3 Twelve started. Won by eight lengths, snnic between second and third. [Saucy Sue was looked on as the best two-year-old in England last season! and she opened her three-year-old career by winning the One Thousand Guineas, On that occasion Miss Gadabout, which is also tho property of Lord Astor, wae second."]
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THE ENGLISH OAKS., Auckland Star, Volume LVI, Issue 126, 30 May 1925
THE ENGLISH OAKS. Auckland Star, Volume LVI, Issue 126, 30 May 1925
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