Wins the Cesarewitch: Charleys Mount Triumphant in Englands Noted and Historic Fall Racing Classic, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-16


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WINS THE CESAREWITCH Charleys Mount Triumphant in Englands Noted and Historic Fall Racing Classic. SPECIAL CABLEGRAM. LONDON, Eng., Oct 15. Charleys Mount, a bay three-year-old daughter of Charles OMalley and Sunny Ridge, quoted at 100 to 1 in the betting, carried the Aga Khans colors to victory in the historic Cesarewitch at the Newmarket course this afternoon. Mrs. F. Saynor-Rowsons Bolet Satan, a five-year-old, followed the filly home, and Savernake was third. Thirty-four horses started in the race. The winner, carrying 108 pounds, took the lead in the last eighth and drew out to win by a length. Bolet Satan saved second place by a neck from Savernake. Spitzad was fourth; l Bellman fifth and Vionnet sixth. Pryor, who rode Char-leys Mount to victory in the race, was also the rider of Light Dragoon two years ago when he won the Cesarewitch at 100 to 1. Bolet Satan, which carried 113 pounds, was at 25 to 1 in the wagering. Severnake, one of the lightweights with 95 pounds up, was at 100 to 4. Bellman was favorite at 5 to 1. The two miles and a quarter were covered in 3 :55. Tuesday Lord Derbys Pharos won the Champion Stakes by a length and a half from A. K. Macombcrs Parth. They carried even weights. Frank ONeills ride on the Macomber colt was strongly criticised, j Salmon-Trout racing for the Aga Khan, was third and Verdict fourth. Zionist a two-year-old son of Spearmint and Judea, won the Clearwell Stakes easily. He was winner also at tho recent Newbury meeting and appears to be a good two-year-old.

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