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I .. ..• r * I '-• PRINCESS OF WALES STAKES. \ United Press Association— By Eleotrio Telegraph— Copyright. | A LONDON, July 3. { (Received July 4, 9.2 a.m.) ; At the Newmarket First July Meeting the Princes* of Wales Stakes resulted as .follows': — ' PRINCESS OF WALES STAKES, of • 10,000 soys; second horse 1500 soys and '. third horse 1000 eova, the nominator of the • . winner 400 boys, and "the nominator of the ' second horse 200 soys from the stake. For ! four-year-olds and upwards. One mile and a ' half. . , , _, ■ Mr' J. Gubbins's br h. Ard Patrick, by 'St ■ Florian — Morganette, 4yra . .1 Sir- J. Blundlell' Maple's b h Royal Lancer, '' by Royal Hampton— Lightfoot, 4yrs . 2 Duke of Devonshire's b h Cheers, by Per- , simmbn — Applause 11., 4yrs . . . 3 : (Ard Patrick was a consistent performer last reason. He won- the Derby, the Ascot Prince of. Wales Stakes. He finished first in the Newmarket Stakes, but was disqualified for bumping. He also occupied third place behind Sceptre and Pistol in the Two Thousand Stakes, second place in the May Three-vear-old Plate at Kempion Park, and' third in the Jockey Club Stakes. Royal Lancer started -eleven Himes last season, and won = the Rous Memorial Stakes, at Ascot, Sussex jStakes at Goodwood, and Derby Gold Cup. Cheers, out of ten starts last season, was successful once, this being iji the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park.)

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SPORTING., Star, Issue 7748, 4 July 1903

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SPORTING. Star, Issue 7748, 4 July 1903