Another French Race to England, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-05


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ANOTHER FRENCH RACE TO ENGLAND " PARIS, France, July 4. While the French steeplechasers and hurdle horses have had a good season against the best England has sent over, the Britishers are more fortunate in flat racing. Following Leinouoras Grand Prix de Paris victory Sundays 0,000 Prix, du President de la Re-publique, an internationally open handicap, at one and a half miles and 110 yards, for three-year-olds and over, was run at St. Cloud and won by Lord Zetlands Pontine de Terre, a bay horse, five years ld, by Polynielus Homestead, by Minstead. H. E. Robbing, the English jockey and his regular rider, was up. I onimo de Terre was at 4 to 1 iu the mutuels and won easily. Fourteen French horses opposed him. It was the fin-t time the Prix du President de la Hepubliquc had been won by other than a French horee sjnee its institution in 3904.

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