* JOCKEY CLUB STAKES, "touted Press Association — By ECecteio Te'lcgrap'h — Cqpyrig'ht. (Received October 2, ab 9.54 a.m.) LONDON, October 1. At the Newmnrket First October Meeting, the Jockey ChVb Stakes resulted as -foKovrs: — JOCKEY OLIPB STAKES, of < 10,000 sma; second 'hoarse 1500 *ovs and third horse 1000 ■soya. nominator of flhe winner 400 soya ooid of t'ho second 'horse 200 «ovj* from iibe stake. ThTee-year-o'da 8s 7lb, 'four-year-alda 8s 51b, with penalties and .allowances. One mile and -Uhree-quaiters. Mr "W. Bass's b mi Sceptre, by Persimmon — Ornament, 4yrs, lOst . . . . 1 Sir J. Miller's br o Rock Saaid, 'by 'Sainfoin — Roqueburne, 3yra, Bat 10! b . . .2 M* W. 'B. Puirefoy'a 'b c Oappa "White, by Buckingham — Eiver, 4yrs, 9st slb . i 3 (Soeptro and Rock Sand represen* the best four and three-yeai-old form respectively, and the result of the race confirms tiho opinion lihat this season's thxee-yeax-olds are a long way inferior to those of last year. In th© Eclxpee Stakes, run in July, iiho four-year-olds Ard Patrick and Soepfcre finished first amd second respectively, several lengths in fron'fc of Rock Sand. la the Jockey Club Stakes Sceptre and. ■Rock Sand both carried full penalties, but the latter had 'a 9lb breeding allowance, ao that the beating he received woa a substantial one. Soe.ptre •will be remembered . A3 the sensational filly of last season, winner of itihe On« Thousand Guineas, Two Thousand Guineas, Oaks •and St Xreger. Hock Bond was the winner of this year's Two Thousand Gudn-ea®, Derby and •St Xiegiex, and the undisputed best of the year. Cappa White's previous efforts have mostly been in less pretentious races, and ihe has several decent handicap performances to his credit.)
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SPORTING., Star, Issue 7825, 2 October 1903
SPORTING. Star, Issue 7825, 2 October 1903
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