More Money Fairly Forced On Him., Daily Racing Form, 1915-05-04


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MORE MONEY FAIRLY FORCED ON HIM In some interesting notes in Dublin Snort concern ¬ ing the Liverpool Grand National P Connolly says that when Salamander won in 1SO Ins owner Mr Stndd landed 373000 in bets Some time before the race he had backed Ills horse to win 350000 but the dav before the National a Manchester lx ok maker who hiul taken a bet of 25000 to 200 about the horse approached Mr Studd The bookmaker inquired if Mr Studd would take the bet off his hands urging that he was a jioor man and In a rather delicate state of health The loss of 200 would be to him a serious matter if the horse got beaten Mr Studd inquired the name of the firm who had laid the bet The bookmaker informed him that it wasSteel Poach and as tlrat firm was as sound as tho Rank of England for its obligations he went to the chief partner in the firm and had the Manchester bookmakers bet transferred to him He thusvstood lo win 375000 The good thing duly caute off Salamander had never previously at ¬ tempted the Alntree circuit prior to this success In 1SCO and never subsequently ran over the course for the definite reason that when running at Crew Uoriie some tfuto afterwards he fell and broke his

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