Walking 160 Miles to the Races, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-21


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WALKING 160 MILES TO THE RACES The Due Decazes, who sold Prince Palatine to Edward Simms, is one of the best of French turfmen and an athlete who likes walking. Recently he made a wager of 0,000 that he would walk from" Paris to Deauville, where a great race meeting goes on this mouth, in eight days. The distance is 100 miles and the Due. accompanied by a servant anil an automobile home and kitchen, is now on lii way at a t wenty-mile-a-rtay gait.

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