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RACING IN ENGLAND. LONDON, May 17.

At the Newmarket spring meeting to-day the following was the result of the NEWMARKET STAKES, of SOsovs each, with 1500sovs added. For three-year-olds. Colts, 9.0; fillies, 8.11. One mile and a-quarter. Lord Rosebery's eh c Cicero, by Cytlene — I G-as 1 j Mr L. Neumann's eh c Llangibby, by Wildfowler—Concussion 2 ! Chev. Ginistretti's b c Signorino, by Best Man—Signorina 3 Cicero, who is the favourite for the Epsom. Derby, to be run on the 31st inst., had an unbeaten record as a two-year-old, with five starts* including the Coventry StaV»<? at Ascot, where he defeated the then unbeaten Vedas, who won the Two Thousand Guineas on the 3rd of this month. In the Two Thousand Signorino finished secona and Llangibby third.

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RACING IN ENGLAND. LONDON, May 17., Otago Witness, Issue 2671, 24 May 1905

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RACING IN ENGLAND. LONDON, May 17. Otago Witness, Issue 2671, 24 May 1905

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