COLOMBO SCORES AGAIN
England's two premier colts of the season, Colombo (Manna —Lady Kairnei and Medieval Knight (Gay Crusader—Hasty Love), came to grips in the Richmond Stakes, six furlongs, ht Goodwood on Stewards' Cup Day (July. 25), and Lord Glanely's unbeaten juvenile proved vastly the better, winning in .i canter by three lengths from Mr. J. A. Dcwar's now twice beaten colt. . .'G.. Richards, was'required for Medieval Knight, so S. Donoghue had his second ride-on Colombo. The champion, like alt good horses, was inclined to be lazy early, but Doiioghue moved his whip across from one hand to.the other, and the colt quickly ..gathered up the others, and was ■ in front with little more than a furlong traversed. ■ After that nothing over got in a serious blow Gainst him. Colombo has now won' all six of his starts for £12,587 in stakes (just over £1000 behind Hyperion's season's earnings), so that Lord Glanely has already received a great return oii the SlO guineas."he paid.for him as a yearling; .. . ■ .-.
Permanent link to this item
COLOMBO SCORES AGAIN, Evening Post, Volume CXVI, Issue 55, 2 September 1933
COLOMBO SCORES AGAIN Evening Post, Volume CXVI, Issue 55, 2 September 1933
Using This Item
Fairfax Media is the copyright owner for the Evening Post. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence . This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Fairfax Media. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.