Why "Horses For Courses", Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-13


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WHY HORSES FOR COURSES Tlie more important English race courses classified in groups by an export sliow the significance of the Horses for Courses method applied to raciugby Iiandicappers on the other side of the Atlantic AtlanticUphill Uphill or Severe Courses Ascot Ayr Edinburgh S T Eglinton Folkestone S T Gatwick Goodwood S T Leicester Lewes Manchester Newbury Newcastle Sundown Park and the follow Cambridgeshire course A F Rowley Mile Dewhurst Plate course and Bretliy Stakes course Rons course Romni course toyoml the ditch Summer course Suffolk Stakes course Itunbury Mile Ches ¬ terfield course courseLevel Level Courses Alexandra Park S T Rath S T Itirmhighain Catterick Bridge S T Chester S T Derby S T Doucaster Hurst Park S T Kcmpton Park Liverpool S T Nottingham Salisbury S T Warwick S T Windsor S T Worcester York and the follow ¬ ing Newmarke courses Ditch Mile Peel course courseDownhill Downhill or Easy Courses Itrigbton Epsom S T Lincoln Lingfield and the following New ¬ market course Exeter course New T Y C Beaufort course Ellcsmore Stakes course

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