> _ , NEWMARKET SECOND SPRING MEETING. By Telograph.— Press Association.— Copyright. (Received May 11, 9 a.m.) LONDON, 10th May. fThe following was the result of the NEWMARKET STAKES, of 30 soys each, with 1000 sov® added. For three-yoar-olds; Bpecial weights. One mile and a quarter. J. B. Joel's b c Sunstar, by Sandridge — Doris, 9.0 1 W. Raphael's b c Beaupaire, by F&rimau— Politesse, 9.0 2 Lord Derby's >b f Persttrtione, by Pefsimmon — Princess Melton, 8.11 ... 3 (Winner trained* by Norton.) [Coming on the top of his success in the Two Thousand, Sunstar's latest •achievement is bound to bring him into great favour for the Derby. Beailpairo was 1 not engaged, m the Two Thousand, and was only seen out twice last season, when, after running third to Meleagei' and Prince San for the Fulbourne Stakes at Newmarket, he put up a smart performance by beating Borrow and five • others in the Moleoombe Stakes at Goodwood. Persephone was ' saddled Up sii times last year, and was unlucky enough [ to run four seconds.] | ■■ =
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ENGLISH RACING., Evening Post, Volume LXXXI, Issue 110, 11 May 1911
ENGLISH RACING. Evening Post, Volume LXXXI, Issue 110, 11 May 1911
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