Memories of Glorious Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-09


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MEMORIES OF GLORIOUS RACING September 7 last at Manchester, Kngland, the breeding of the six two-year-olds which contested the Michaelmas Stakes could not fail to bring back memories of their sires, for Lemberg was represented by Lord Quex and False Piety; Neil Gow by Marshal Neil and Prince Palatine by Plunkett. Abbots Trace was by Tracery, and Sunstars representative was Star of Hope. Will anybody ever forget the dead-heat between Lemberg and Neil Gow in the Kclipse Stakes of 1910. Bernard Dillon riding the race of his life on Lemberg and Danny Malier equally excelling himself on Neil GowV Will anyone ever forget Prince Palatines victory in the Eclipse Stakes of 1012V Will anybody ever forget Lcmbergs sensational victory in the Derby, again ridden by Dillon, when all time records were broken for the Kpsom Derby and the fresh record remains? Will anybody ever forget the Ascot Gold Cups of 1912 and 1913, both of which were won by Prince Palatine? Will anyone ever forget how Tracery, when opposing Prince Palatine in one of these Ascot Gold Cups, was brought down by a man rushing out onto the course, and who was subsequently found to be insane and was taken to an asylum? Will anybody ever forget Prince Palatines victory in the St. Leger of 1911? Will anybody ever forget Tracerys victory in the St. Leger of 1912? Will anybody ever forget Sunstars victory iu the Derby of 1911? What a record for five horses represented in one race to have! The favorite was Marshal Neil, but be finished third, the race being won by Lord Dewars Tracery Abbots Annie colt Abbots Trace. London Sports -mau.

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