LORD DERBY'S SUCCESS (By Telegraph—-Press Association—Copyright)' Rec. 11.30 a.m. LONDON, May 17. A filly won the Two . Thousand Guineas at Newmarket, it being only, the sixth occasion on which one of the sex has won the event since the race: was introduced in 1809. The results of' the first two English classics to be pre-; sented for the current season are:— • TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS, a sweepstakes of £15 each, with £2000, added; for three-year-old colts andfillies; 1 mile. Lord Derby's b f Garden Path (by Fairway—Ranai, by Rabelais), i . 8.9 ....:.....:...... 11. Major D. H. Wills's tec Growing Confidence, 9.0 ...'.......;.... 2j Prince Aly Khan's g c Tehran, 9.0 3! Won by a head, with a length and a* half between second and third. ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS, a sweepstakes of £10 x each, with £1000, added; for three-year-old fillies;* 1 mile. ■'•■■• H. J. Joel's b f Picture Play (by Donatello ll—-Amuse, by Phala-., ris), 9.0 I< J. S. Gerber's br f Grand Corniche, 9.0 2 J. V. Rank's b f Superior, 9.0 3 Won by four lengths, with two* lengths between second and* third.
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ENGLISH CLASSICS, Evening Post, Volume CXXXVII, Issue 116, 18 May 1944
ENGLISH CLASSICS Evening Post, Volume CXXXVII, Issue 116, 18 May 1944
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