Lord Lonsdale A Live Wire Steward, Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-27


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LORD LONSDALE A LIVE WIRE STEWARD For many years there has been complaint ohth6 part of tl English racing public that the stewards of tiieir lootings were not active Most of the starts ove there are made where the public can ¬ not see A hat happens Reports this year indi ¬ cate the rescnco of a live wire in tho person of Lord Lou laic who is bore there and everywhere on tho h k of his hack during the afternoon In one race o is at the start another finds him np the course and as a consequence there is great praise for this enthusiastic sportsman who has done so much for the turf and other sports in Great Britain It is in his colors that the thoroughbreds belonging to the National Stud perform There is nothing the racing public likes better than vigilance They arguo that an ounce of prevention Is better than a pound of cure

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Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800