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TRIUMPH FOR STAMINA

(Received 2nd June, 11 a.m.)

LONDON, Ist June. Critics now agree that Orwell is ■'unable to stay a mile and a half.

The race itself was .an outstanding triumph for proved stamina. April the Fifth was a worthy winner. He breasted his way forward when the others weakened. as only a good, courageous horse could do. The victory was popular with all classes.

Mr. T. Walls bought April the Fifth as a yearling for 200 guineas. He'is the first owner-trainer to win since M. Chevalier E. Ginistrelli scored with Signoretta in 1908. Mr. Walls was at one time a jockey riding in Australia and elsewhere.

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TRIUMPH FOR STAMINA, Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 129, 2 June 1932

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TRIUMPH FOR STAMINA Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 129, 2 June 1932

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