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ENGLISH DERBY WINNER

15 the English. Derby winner, April the Fifth, had-also won the St; L'eger he would, probably have been sent to the stud nextyeai 1,. andv at 250 guineas or 300 guineas would.have .commanded-a- full listi-:-:. As it is,'he-.is to be kept in training for'another year. ■~:■:■:' ■ " ;■-."■;"'...■.'.•;'.■.,! j_-..~

v Touching, on ■April the fifth's future,' Mr. : T6m WallsVreceritly said: "Whaf he did in the St. lieger on sucha' preparation: was, simply; marvellous. He did not have a' single : real gallop beforehand', yet he ran for a rriile nnd three-furlongs sufficiently/well - to^ give P. Lane considerable hope.-of- winning. : He .will not runagain, this year,.but will.be-specially kept for the Coronation Cup and Ascot GoldCup,;.which are the only vaces- in which I shall engage" him." ' ■,'■■•

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ENGLISH DERBY WINNER, Evening Post, Volume CXIV, Issue 110, 5 November 1932

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ENGLISH DERBY WINNER Evening Post, Volume CXIV, Issue 110, 5 November 1932

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