BIG CAME UNPLACED
(By Telegraph—Press Association—Copyright.) LONDON, Juno 13. The hopes of Newmarket race crowds for a Royal double in the Oaks and Derby werq not realised when tho King's colt, Big Game,' wa3 beaten out of a place in the Derby." The race resulted:— THE DERBY STAKES, a sweepstakes" of £100] each with £2000 added; for three-year-oldl colts and fillies; lYs miles. . i Watling Street, 9.0 .1! nyperides, 9.0 .' ....."...., 2 I Ujiji, 9.0 ..; 3 Won by two lengths. Time, 2min 29 3 r ssec. The winner is owned by Lord Derby. Their Majesties were present both days, of tho meeting. It was the first time .they had | attended a race meeting since the outbreak of war. i ■
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BIG CAME UNPLACED, Evening Post, Volume CXXXIII, Issue 139, 15 June 1942
BIG CAME UNPLACED Evening Post, Volume CXXXIII, Issue 139, 15 June 1942
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