Unlited Presa Association— (By Electric - Telegraph—Copyright.' (Received August 2, 9.25 a.m.) LONDON, August 1. At the Goodwood meeting the -following was the result of the "* STEWARDS' CUP HANDICAP, of 672 soys. , r _ V Six furlongs. Mr I. A. Drake's eh h Royal Flush, X.y Favo— Flush, aged . . .1 Mr R. Croker's b h Americus, by Emperor of Norfolk— Clara D. n Mr J G Clarke's b g The Grafter,' by Gozo —Industry, aged . . . . .3 (Royal Flush is a well-known performer, anA iast season was cheaply purchased out of a Belling race by .his present fewner. Last season he was four times successful, and this year no signalised Ms appreciation of a light weient by winning the Royal Hunt Cup/ of 2430 soys, at the Ascot meeting on June 13, after running third in the Great Jubilee Handicap. Americua only secured one small race last season The Grafter won the City and Suburban Handicap, finished unplaced in the Great Jubilee Handicap, and was third to Merman in the Ascot Gold Cup.)
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GOODWOOD MEETING., Star, Issue 6863, 2 August 1900
GOODWOOD MEETING. Star, Issue 6863, 2 August 1900
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