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COLOMBO GOES TO STUD

Colombo has been definitely taken out of training and retired to the Btud of his own«r, Lord Glsnely, at Exning, Newmarket. .tHis fee has been fixed at 300 guineas'and 1 guinea groom fees. By' Manna out of Lady Nairne, Colombo was unbeaten as a two-year-old, and during the seasbn he won £17.130 in stakes. • This year he won the Craven Stakes'and Two Thousand Guineas. A supposed '.'good thing" .for the Derby, he was beaten into third- place by Windsor, Lad and Esston. -An injury to a knee prevented his running in the St. Leger. In all hs won nine of his eleven races rfnd £26^227 in etakes. ,

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COLOMBO GOES TO STUD, Evening Post, Volume CXVIII, Issue 124, 22 November 1934

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COLOMBO GOES TO STUD Evening Post, Volume CXVIII, Issue 124, 22 November 1934

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