Flechois Wins Gladiateur: Son of Negofol-Saint Cyrienne Disposes of Ksar in Longchamps Closing Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-03


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FLECH0IS WINS GLADIATEUR Son of Negofol Saint Cyrienne Disposes of Ksar in Longchamps Closing Feature. SPECIAL CABLEGRAM. PARIS, October 28. Mario Perrones Fle-chois, four-year-old son of Negofol Saint Cyrienne. ridden by "Parson" Jennings, scored decisively over Madame Edmond Blancs Ksar, by Bruleur Kizil Kourgan, regarded as the leading thoroughbred in Europe, in the Prix Gladiateur, at four miles, decided at the Longchamps closing day. The race has an added value of 0,000 and a cup, worth ,000, which goes to the winner. Flechois has been a most formidable opponent for the crown carried by Ksar. The latter ran a poor race and Moundered in the mud throughout. Palatin, a two-year-old, accounted for the Prix de Saint-Firmin, a juvenile race at three-quarters, with ,000 added. Mrs. H. B. Duryea. sailed today on the Olympic,

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