DONCASTER ST. LEGER
AGA KHAN'S GREAT FEAT
FIRST, SECOND, FOURTH,
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(Received Sth September, 12.30 p.m.) I LONDON, 7th 'September. ! The Aga Khan established an unprecedented feat in gaining first/second, fourth, and fifth plaeings with his four starters in the St. Leger Stakes on the second day of the Doncaster Autumn Meeting to-day. Firdaussi won narrowly from Dastur, with Udaipur (a filly) fourth, and Taj Kasra fifth. The result of the race was: ST. LEGER STAKES, a sweepstakes with 4000 soys added; second 10 per cent, and third 5 per cent. of% the whole stakes, and breeder of winner uOOsovs. For three-year-old entire' colts and ffllies. St. Leger course, about one mile, six furlongs and 13" yards. ■
H.H. Aga Khan's, eh c Firdaussi, by , Pharos—Brownhylda, by Stedf ast, 9.0 H.H. Aga Khan's b'c' Dastur," by Solario—Friar's Daughter, 9.0. Mrs. C. Rich's b c Silvermere, by The Winter King—Demurrage,
JNmete.en started, -including the Derby winner, April the Fifth. Won by a neck, four lengths between second and third. • April the Fifth, was'in third place half a mile from home, but was unable to answer when challenged. ' Orwell, last year's crack ■ -two-year-old, was never prominent in the running.
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Evening Post, Evening Post, Volume CXIV, Issue 60, 8 September 1932
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