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NEWMARKET FIRST JULY MEETING.

LONDON, June 20. to-day resulted as follows: adr margo yaßlbgk m'bfgwk FRGR PRINCESS OF WALES STAKES, of 2000 says ; second horse 300 - soys

and third horse 200 soys out of the stake. One mile and a half. Lord Derby's br c ■ Swynford, 1 . by John of Gaunt — Canterbury Pigrim, 4yrs. . . . . . ' . 1 Mr Fairlie's b c Lemberg, by Gy-llene-7-Galicia, 4yrs . .2 Lord Derby's b c King William, . by William the Third Glasalt,. 3yrs. '.:..'. . . 8 Th c three placed horses are all good performers, and at one time before the rac King William was favourite for the Derby. As a three-year-old Swynford won the Hardwicks Stakes of at the. Ascot June meeting, the Liverpool Cup of £905, the St. Leger of £6450, and walked over for the Liverpool St Leger of £680. • Lemburg as a three-year-old won seven races out of nine starts, his victories including the Derby, St. James's Palace Stakes, Eclipse Stakes, Jockey Club Stakes, Champion Stakes and Sando"wn Foal Stakes. King William's only success was in the Dewhurst Plate, in which he ran a dead heat with'Phryxus.

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NEWMARKET FIRST JULY MEETING., Grey River Argus, 4 July 1911

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NEWMARKET FIRST JULY MEETING. Grey River Argus, 4 July 1911

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