King Georges First Winner, Daily Racing Form, 1914-04-17


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KING GEORGES FIRST WINNER. If anything ••• ■ trred that coald be twisted int.. i suggestion thai lioeen Mary disapproved of r:n in. however trifling the foundation for ir. are should have had the story cat. led by the Aaoociatrd Press, hut Hint news-collecting agency failed to vepori wiiat w as of some general Interest, King Georges fii -r racing .success ,,f the year. That occurred on the Bral oi April, when his majestys Snniiv Lake won the Greeaham Stakes at Newbury. as detailed in the following summary: Greenhorn stakes. ,, jst:-i-. three-year-olds; one mile — Suniiv Lake, by Sundridge — Pearl of the Loch his Majesty, 117. H. Handall, 1: Francois iMr. East, 122, n. Beat, 2: General Gowaa Mr. Musk ■ii. 11".. I. Hewitt. ::. Aha ran— Magyar, Serg Puyfondn, Land ..i Song, William Gorm, Whitehoy. Itosevjii... Scipio, Flambard. Betting 2 Magyar. Sunny Lake. 8 Boat villi and Land ol Soag. 100-9 Whiteboy and Puyfondu, L00-8 and oilier. Won b] two lengths; four lengths between second and third. fhe Interesting point of this victory is that it duplicate* in incident in the tnrf career of hi-father. King Edwards Minora woa the Greenhaui Stakes as a preface to bis doable in the Two Thou sand and Derby of five yean a.... Minmii is oon at ihe siud jii Kassia. The critics do not expect that Sunn Lai., will leave such a mark on the inn as did Minora. He is engaged only In the I ■■•■■ Thousand, and hi- display ot racing lias not . . impressive. Hi- mi-ii is ib.- Greeaham was i,.. that of a resoiu. ■ ids.-, and be will probably shine ai short distances, if he shine, :1t all. Sonsy Lake was ridden by Herbert Baadall, the rr siaatrnr jockey, who ha- ibis year returned to Ihe sad. I e after a spell at training. Herbert Joues. the Kings tirst Jockey, could not make the weight, 117 pounds. — Francis Nelson iu Toronto Globe.

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