NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. (By Cable.—Press Association.—Copyright.) LONDON, April 28.The following is the result of the TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, of 100 soys each; second 400 soys, and third 200 soys from stake. For three-year-olds. Colts 9.t, fillies Bst 9lb. One mile. > Sol. Joel's b c Pommera, by Polymelua— Merry Agnes, 9st .. •- •• "l j L. Neuinann'e b c Tournament, by Spears mint—Sircnia, &_t .. , •• •■ 2 Lord Carnarvon's b c Tho Yiziox, by Valens—Cambrae, Sst ''.. '.. S Tho race for the Two Thousand Guineas is always looked forward to with a good deal of interest, as it is the first of the season's claw-ids in England, and the result affords some indication of tho, prospects for the Derby: Pommorn, who was- bred by his owner, showed good form m a two-year-old, as he started in only four races and won two of them. At Goodwood in- Jnly he won the Richmond Stakes, and at Kempton Park, in October, he was successful in the Imperial Produce Plate. A fortnight ago Pommern ran eecond Jn the Craven Stake* at Newmarket, being beaten by Sir John Thurßby*B Rossendale. The King's colt, Friar Marcus,' was engaged in the Two Thousand t-uineas, but presumably did not start.
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ENGLISH RACING., Press, Volume LI, Issue 15266, 30 April 1915
ENGLISH RACING. Press, Volume LI, Issue 15266, 30 April 1915
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