NOTES FROM ENGLAND.
BT CABLE—PEESS ASSOCIATION—COPTEIGHT LONDON, Aug. 6. The keenest interest is maintained in the rivalry between Bullock and Donoghue, and daily references in the newspapers are remarkable as.to how often they finish first and second. Donoghue rides oftener, with the result that Bullock has a much better average. Donoghue leads with 71 winners, and Bullock has 68. The entries for the^ Cesarewitch and Cambridgeshire have Just been published. There is a feeling that Mr. P. P. Gilpin, who has been out of the limelight lately, will have a successful autumn; Spion Kop, Comrade, Golden Guinea, and Paragon represent him in the handicaps. | . Bookmakers are having a disastrous j time since Ascot^ due to a phenomenal run of successes of favourites
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NOTES FROM ENGLAND., Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLI, Issue XLI, 8 August 1921
NOTES FROM ENGLAND. Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLI, Issue XLI, 8 August 1921
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