RACING IN ENGLAND
THE DERBY STAKES,
(By Telegraph.—Press Association.—Copyright.) . (Received May 30, 10 a.m.) . LONDON, 29th May. The "new" Derby Stakes, a sweepstakes of 100 soys eacii, half forfeit, with 1000 soys added; about one mile and ahalf, run at, Newmarket to-day, resulted as follows: a , • E. Hulton's eh f Fifinella, by Polymelus—Silver Fowl, 8.9 ... _ ... 1 Mr. Fame's b c Kwangsu, by Cicero —Galicia, 9.0 ... 2 J. Saridford's b c Nassonau, by Willian the Third—Veneration 11, 9.0 ' ... , ... 3 [Fillies have done well in English ! classic races in recent years. Two years ago Tagalie won the One Thousand Guineas and Derby. In 1908 Sigiioretta won the Derby and Oaks. In the One Thousand Guineas, run earlier in the month, Fifinella ran second to Canyon. The Derby winner had a good record last season. Out of three starts she won twice, viz v the Fulbourne Stakes and Chevely Park Stakes, at Newmarket, both races being won in a canter. In her other start she was beaten a short head by Telephone Girl in the Bibury Club Stakes, at Newmarket.]
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RACING IN ENGLAND, Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 128, 31 May 1916
RACING IN ENGLAND Evening Post, Volume XCI, Issue 128, 31 May 1916
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