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THE KING WINS AND LEADS IN HIS HORSE.

MINORU'S DERBY. INTENSE ENTHUSIASM. 'by Butonio raiJWßAjrH— oorraioHT.] [m ran* abboouwon.] (Received May 27, 10.55 a.m.) London, May 26. The race for tho Derby resulted as follows : — Minoru , ... ... 1 Louviers ... .-• 2 William IV. ... 3 There was a poor ateudance at the Derby, owing. to heavy rain, AA-hich, liowever, ceased at the start of the big race. Minoru, the King's horse, secured the inside running and led ito Tattenham corner. Louviers challenged strongly when near home, but was beaten bjr a head. Time, 2min. 42sec. Sir Martin, the favourite, fell. King Edward and ' Queen Alexandra, who were present, were entbusi-' astically, .cheered. The cheering was redoubled as the King led Minoru in to the scale. The demonstration was repeated at Victoria station, Lpndon, on the arrival of the Royal train.

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THE KING WINS AND LEADS IN HIS HORSE., Feilding Star, Volume III, Issue 889, 27 May 1909

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THE KING WINS AND LEADS IN HIS HORSE. Feilding Star, Volume III, Issue 889, 27 May 1909

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