RACING IN ENGLAND
THE ST. JiEGEE.
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(RlDtia'S IKBQKAM.) ■'■•'. lOJTDON, 9th September. The" followißg la the result of th« ; ST.' LEGBR STAKES, of 4000 - sots, , and * sweepstakes of CO sots each. About one : mile and eeren fnrlonge. Sir John Rutherford's eh o Solario, bj Galmborough—Sun Worship, Byrs 1 The Aga. Khan* br c Zambo, by Sun•t»r—Alrashll, «jt» - 2 lon] lonsdale'o en a Warden of tha ' Mtrohci, br f halsris—Marr Mona, Brn _.. 8 Thers .wera fifteen itarters. Won bj three lengths. Time, Bmln 4 2-Sseo. The weather wag unsettled, but the going was good. The race was run in heavy rain and a bad light. Foxlaw Swelt at the start. Manna made play from Picaroon, Boldore, Warden of the Marches, Zambo, Spelthorne, and St. Beoon tor three furlongs, when Si Becan headed Manna, the pair, being followed by Bucallm, Warminster, Solario, Picaroon, Sir Kenneth, and Zambo. Six furlongs from home Solario improved his position, and racing clear In the straight, won in a canter. Picaroon was fourth, Sir Kenneth fifth, and Manna tenth.
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RACING IN ENGLAND, Evening Post, Volume CX, Issue 63, 11 September 1925
RACING IN ENGLAND Evening Post, Volume CX, Issue 63, 11 September 1925
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