Golden Corn Meets Defeat: Beaten by Silver Urn and Soubriquet in the One Thousand Guineas., Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-29


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GOLDEN CORN MEETS DEFEAT Beaten by Silver Urn and Soubriquet in the One Thousand Guineas GuineasLONDON LONDON England April 23 Marshall Fields great filly Golden Corn a strong favorite at 7 to 4 failed to stay at one mile in the One Thousand Guineas at Newmarket today finishing third behind B W Parrs Silver Urn and Sir Edward Hultons Sobri ¬ quet Donoghue took the Marshall Field filly to the front at once and set a fast pace with her for six and a half furlongs but she was tiring by that time and gave way suc ¬ cessively to the winner and Soubriquet SoubriquetSilver Silver Urn a chestnut filly by Juggernaut Queen Silver by Queens Birthday was quoted at 10 to 1 in the betting She raced into the lead when Golden Corn tired and held an advantage of two lengths at the fin ¬ ish Soubriquet outfinished Golden Corn for second place by three parts of a length Some of the spectators thought that Donog ¬ hue could have won if he had rated Golden Corn along under restraint instead of set ¬ ting the early pace with her herIndulgence Indulgence ridden by Whalley was fourth and the best that the American jockey Arch ¬ ibald could do with his mount Mystia was to finish fifth in the field of twenty The i mile was covered in 1 40

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