Cesarewitch and Cambridgeshire: Publication of Weights Assigned in the Two Big Races Brings the Usual Ante-Post Betting, Daily Racing Form, 1919-09-20


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CESAREWITCH AND CAMBRIDGESHIRE Publication of Weights Assigned in the Two Big Races Brings tho Usual Ante -Post Bettings AVcights for the two great handicaps of the English fall racing campaign, the Cesarewiteh at two and a quarter miles and the Cambridgeshire at a mile and an eighth, have been made public. The Cesarewiteh will be decided October 15, tho Cambridgeshire coming later, October 29. There has been considerable wagering on the Cesarewiteh, With AV. Casalets four-year-old filly Silver Rullei a mild favorite. She is by Swynford Saintly Luly. For tliis race ninety-seven horses were handicapped, with weights ranging from 129 pounds on the four-year-olds Ariou and He down to eighty-four pounds on a batch of fourteen eligibles. Up to the latest quotations received rates against the early ante-post fancies were 10 to 1 against Silver Rullot, 10i pounds; 100 to against Royal AVelsli. 102 pounds; 100 to 7 eacli against Gay Lord, ninety-fight pounds; Chuette. 113; King John, 115, 11 ml I.-mgdon Hills, 110; 25 to 1 against All Alone, 105 pounds. The high opinion entertained concerning the prowess of Irish Eiegance is shown . by the fact that as top weight in the Cambridgeshire lie has been given the steadying impost of 139 pounds. My Dear is next to him with 128 pounds, followed by Diadem, 124; Arion and Zinovin, 123 each, and so on down to a band of ten with the lowest permitted weight of eighty-four pounds. The Derby failure. The Panther, is in tliisrace at 114 pounds. Royal Rucks, winner of the Lincolnshire and City and Suburban Handicaps, is favorably weighted with 10S pounds. It will probably be some time before a Cambridgeshire betting market will bo established. It lias eighty-seven entries of the best handicap horses in England.

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