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The Derby'and the Oaks this year .were both won by offspring of the record-priced stallion Solario, a son of Gainsborough. Above, Exhibitionnist, with Steve DonOghue up, being led in after winning the Oaks; and, on right, Mid-day Sun, winner of the Derby, ridden by M. Beary, and the horse's lady owner, Mrs. G. B. Miller.

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The Derby'and the Oaks this year .were both won by offspring of the record-priced stallion Solario, a son of Gainsborough. Above, Exhibitionnist, with Steve DonOghue up, being led in after winning the Oaks; and, on right, Mid-day Sun, winner of the Derby, ridden by M. Beary, and the horse's lady owner, Mrs. G. B. Miller., Evening Post, Volume CXXIV, Issue 3, 3 July 1937

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The Derby'and the Oaks this year .were both won by offspring of the record-priced stallion Solario, a son of Gainsborough. Above, Exhibitionnist, with Steve DonOghue up, being led in after winning the Oaks; and, on right, Mid-day Sun, winner of the Derby, ridden by M. Beary, and the horse's lady owner, Mrs. G. B. Miller. Evening Post, Volume CXXIV, Issue 3, 3 July 1937

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