At moat recent advice there was no solution to the mystery of Cameronian, the Derby winner who collapsed so sensationally in the St. Leger. The colt's temperature was almost normal on the day after the race, and though it was obvious that he was not himself he did not appear to be sickening for some illness. As a matter of fact, he was back in daily work at lWkluirnptcm a week later, and it is probable that lie will bo raced at least oner more before the. close of the season. Most Derby winners in recent years have gone straight to the stud, but Cameroninn is to continue big Turf career next season.
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CAMERONIAN RECOVERED, Evening Post, Volume CXII, Issue 106, 31 October 1931
CAMERONIAN RECOVERED Evening Post, Volume CXII, Issue 106, 31 October 1931
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