NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING
THE ONE THOUSAND, GUINEAS.
United Pn»M Association— By Llectnc Te!e_T»ph—Copyrish t. LONDON. May 3.
The following is the result of tho O.VB THOUSAND GUINEAS, of 100 wva each h. ft.; second 200 soys, and third 100 soys from stake. For thrcc-yeax-old fii'.ie_, 9*t each. One mile. Colonel Ilall-Walker's b i Witch Elm, by
Orme—Cannie Lord Falmouth's br f Frugality, by bt.
Frusquin—Wise Virgin • • • • '- A. James's b f Sixty, by Diamond Jubilee —'Luciiu. .. •• •• ..3 [Witch E!m.started nine time. last*ca!»on, wi.ii.i_ir five races, her principal buc«*hw boing the West of Scotland Foal Stakes at Ayr ar.d tho Chevol-v Park Stakes at Newmarket. Neither Frugality not Sixty won a raoo as a two-year-old. but each wag pfaced. Witch Elm's victory nvakes the second Ono Thousand Guinea, won by Coionol Hall-Walker, he having won the race with Cherry Lasa iv 1905.]
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ENGLISH RACING., Press, Volume LXIII, Issue 12796, 6 May 1907
ENGLISH RACING. Press, Volume LXIII, Issue 12796, 6 May 1907
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