SANDOWN PARK JULY MEETING.
(By Cable.—Preee Association.—Copyright.) LONDON, July 18. Following is the result of the ECLIPSE STAKES, of 10,000 eovs. For three and four-ye«r-o!d3. Special weights, with penalties and allowances. Ono milo and a quarter. August Bclmont'e br c Tracery, by Rock Sand—Topiary, 4yrs .. .. ..1 W. Raphael's b c Louvois, by leinglaa*— St. Louvaine, 3yra .. .. .. i A. Lowry's eh c Bachelor's Wedding, by | Tredennia—Lady-Bawn, 3yrs .. •• 3 Last year Tracery, won three out of the four races he started in, and is at present considered to be one of the best horses at. present in England, his victories boinp attained in the St. Jamos' Palaco Stakes at ■ Ascot, the Susses Stakes at Goodwood, and I in the Doncaster St. Legor, in which he de- ' feated White Star,' Tagalio, Lomond, and Sweeper 11. This season ho won the Bin- ! well Plate at Newmarket, and was badly interfered with by an insane youth during the running of the Ascot Gold Cup, which but for the unforeseen circumstances ho might j have won. Louvois was fairly successful as i a two-year-old, arid during the present eea--eon won the Two Thoupuud Guineas, defeating Craganour. Ho finished third to Crajja. • nonr and Aboyeur in the Derby, and on the former beino; disqualified ho was placed second. Bachelor's Wedding started four times Jast year, his only victory being attained >n the Club Produce Stakes at Cxtrragh.
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SANDOWN PARK JULY MEETING., Press, Volume XLIX, Issue 14723, 21 July 1913
SANDOWN PARK JULY MEETING. Press, Volume XLIX, Issue 14723, 21 July 1913
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