Epson sPßixa meeting: United Preu Asscciation—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, June 2 The Derby Meeting wae continued to-day, vlien the following Mac the result of IHB CORONATION CUP, a pi<?ce of piste ■vahie. 200 eovs, and 1000 sots in specie for the -winner, added to a sweepstake of 20 cove each, -with 100 eovs for the eccood, and 50 eov* for the third in addition. Special weights, with allowances. Derby Course, about one mile and a half.' Lord Howard de WaMen'e eh c Zinfandel, by" Perfdmmon—Medora, 4yre, 9st Blb 1 Captain W. Bass's b m Sceptre, by Persimmon—Ornament, SyTs, 9st 3lb .. 2 Sir James Miller's b c Rock Sand, by Sanfoin—Roquebrune, 4yrs, 9»t 31b .. 3 [Owing to the death of Hβ nominator, Colonel MeCalmont, Ziniandel could not take pert in laet eeaaon's tbxee-year-old ckasice, but in the opinion oif-many good judges he was the beet of Ml age. He started in six races in 1903, woOTlßve of them, and wae second in the other. •Hla/rictoriee were gained in the Maache*t*rf(C?up Handicap, one mile 'and a fcalf. Gold Vase, two milee at Ascot Gordon Stakes, one mile and a half, at Goodwood, Brighton Cup, one mile and a quarter, and Scarborough Stakes, one mile and a half, It the Newmarket Houghton Meeting. In the Cesarewitch Handicap, two miles and a quarter. Zinfandel, Bst 41b, was second to Grey Tick, an aged horw, carrying Cst 91b. ' This wee a most meritorious performance, and etampedi the colt ac a fine stayer. When the late Colonel' MeCalmont s horses were to be sold Lord Howard de aden bought from his executors the fifty animals in training, among them beirg St. Maclou and Ziufamtol. is well known, was the champion of 1902. « nd Tl ßc « Sand won the Two Thousand Guineas, Derby end St. Leger last year,]
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ENGLISH RACING., Press, Volume LXI, Issue 11911, 4 June 1904
ENGLISH RACING. Press, Volume LXI, Issue 11911, 4 June 1904
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