JOCKEY CLUB STAKES.
[X'RKSS ASSOCIATION.] (Received October 3, 1.55 p.m.) LONDON, 2nd October At the Newmarket First October Meeting the Jockey Club Stakes, of 10,000 soys (second horse 1500 soys, and third 1000), run to-day over, the last mile and three-quarters of the Cesanvitch Course, resulted as under: — Colonel H. M'Calmont's b c Ri&ing Glass, by Isinglass — Hautesse, oyrs, Bst 71b - 1 Mr. French's b c Templemore, by St. Hi2aire— Little Widow, 4yrs, Bsb 101b " . - 2 Mr. J. Gubbins's br ' c Ard Patrick, by St. Fiorian— Morganctte, 3yrs, 9st 51b 5 The winner of this valuable prize has run well this seaton in Bust-class company, but has so far had fortune against him. He was second in the Derby to Ard Patrick, second in the Sandown Eclipse Stakes to the Duke of Devonshire's Cheers, and filled' the same position in the Doncasler,St. Leger, won by Sceptre. By* winning this substantial fctake he proves himself a sound and consistent performer. The penalty incurred b" Ard Patrick for winning the Derby probably prevented his getting nearer than third in/ this event.
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SPORTING., Evening Post, Volume LXIV, Issue 82, 3 October 1902
SPORTING. Evening Post, Volume LXIV, Issue 82, 3 October 1902
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