English Flat Racing Near: Begins Next Week with Two Important Meetings and Big Stake Races., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-09


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ENGLISH FLAT RACWG ftEAR Begins Next Week with Two Important Meetings and Big Stake Races Next week is one of high importance in England because the flat racing Season of l 2l opens on Monday at Lincoln and from that day will continue to its termination at Manchester in November The first three days of the week arc set apart for the Lincoln meeting while the last three days are given over to the Liverpool Spring meeting The main feature of the Lincoln meeting the Lincolnshire Handicap at a mile will be runon AVednesday afternoon As is customary then has been much antepost betting over this race and after various fluctuations the sevenyearold gelding Igly Duck ¬ ling by Tredennis Bachelors Beauty has become a firmly established favorite at H to 1 with Corn Sack winner of last years City and Suburban Handicap second choice at to 1 Igly Duckling is in at 110 poujids and Corn Sack at 11 Igly Duckling only started twice last year in the Kemp ton Park Great Jubilee Handicap at Kempton Park in May and the Koyal Hunt Cup at Ascot in June He was a firm favorite for both of these important races but ran unplaced in both However he is known to be a horse of great speed and to have been working well for the Lincolnshire Others well backed to win the first important flat race ot the year are Earna Km pounds Poltava 12i Aalentine Aox UH Aldersley 103 Elfteriou 122 Ardfern US and False Heport 97 97Aside Aside from the Lincolnshire the most important race of the meeting is the Brocklesby Stakes for twoyearolds on Tuesday an event always invested with the charm attendant on the debut of well thought of youngsters youngstersThe The Liverpool meeting brings alxmt the decision of such races of value as the Liverpool Spring Cup Inion Jack Stakes for threeyearolds Molynetix Stakes for twoyearolds Hylton Handicap Bicker staffe Stakes and Karl of Seftons Plate but the big thing of the meeting is the world renowned Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase which will IK run on Friday Its value has been increased to 25000 hi1 year Soon after the announcement of its weights the promising young jumper Always was made its favorite at rather short odds for such a race but was declared out some time back leav ¬ ing an open market in which a number of horses have been backed with considerable freedom In the latest quotations received Turkey Buzzard an eight yearold bay horse by White Kagle Therapia 170 pounds Old Tay Bridge a sevenyearold chest ¬ nut gelding by Bridge of Earn Broken Heed KKJ pounds and Ballyboggan a tenyearold chestnut gelding by Frustruni Gentle Annie 170 pounds were joint favorites at loo to S each Eamoii Beag 111 was next at 100 to 7 and the American horse The Bore 10 Iti2 was 100 to Other backed that day were Garry voo 7 155 Glencor rig 7 153 Wavertree H 157 Daydawn S 153 All White 7 J53 Any Time U 11U ami Gracious Gift S 1515 their prices ranging from 100 to against Garry roe to 40 to 1 against Gracious Gift Of thee horses Turkey Buzzard Pallyboggan The Bore Wavertree and All White ran in last ycjira Grand National on which occasion The llore fin ¬ ished third to Troy town and Turk II

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