Lincolnshire Won By Royal Bucks: First Big Race of the English Season Contested by Fifteen Crack Handicap Horses., Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-27


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LINCOLNSHIRE WON BY ROYAL BUCKS First Big Race of the English Season Contested by Fifteen Crack Handicap Horses LOXOOX England Marcli 2C The Lincolnshire Handicap a dash of one mile and the first highly important race of the English flat racing season was run at Lincoln today and resulted in the suc ¬ cess of Rol ert S Sieviers sixyearold bay horse Royal Bucks by Buckwheat Teofani carrying 103 pounds and ridden by G Hulino S Joels four yearold bay colt Rivershore by Sunder Volga 120 Kiinds was second and Frank Curzons four yearold bay colt Somerviile by White Eagle Queen Mother 89 pounds was third Fifteen horses started and a vast assemblage witnessed the race raceRobert Robert S Sevicr has long been a noted character in English racing and in his time has owned many good race horses First and l lest est of these was the grand mare Sceptre for which he gave the record price of 52000 when a yearling In 1902 she won for him the Two Thousand Guineas One Thousand Guineas Epsom Oaks and Doncaster St Leger besides many other important races and ultimately was sold by him to Sir William Bass for 125000 Sievier is the owner and editor of the sporting publication The Winning Post and in it recently gave as direct a tip as one could aslt that his horse Royal Bucks would vn the Lincolnshire From the time the weights appeared Lord Derbys big and fast horse llaiiiault was the favorite but his 129 pounds seem to have proved his undoing

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