Violoncello Wins Caulfield Cup, Daily Racing Form, 1921-11-02


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VIOLONCELLO WINS CAULFIELD CUP The r.-iulfield Cup. one of Australias big races, worth 2,500, a two-mile handicap for three-year-olds and over, was run for at the Caulfield course of Melbourne. Aietoria, Saturday, October "15, and i won by Aiolonccllo, an English horse, which lias boon iii the colony but a few months. Violoncello is owned by Sir Samuel Hordcrn, of the big department store of Melbourne, aud is a chestnut horse by Aalcns-Catgut. The Cup race was run in the rain and clouoy weather, before a hugo crowd. Aioloricello won by half -a length, a length and a half dividing second and third. Time, .2:35. The Cup race- summary is as follows: Sir Samuel Horderns ch. h, Aioloncello, C. 125 pounds Mr 5. J. .Tones 1. s. Parser. 5. 103 pounds.... Mr. S. P. MaeUayS Lloael Attwell, 0, Of, pound Bcttiug 10 to 1 against Violoncello, 9 to 2 against Purser, aud 12 to 1 against Lionel Attwell. ; 1 5 t , . 1 2 - 3 J t

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