Great Jubilee Handicap: Abbots Speed Carries off Notable English Stake Event Run at Kempton Park., Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-09


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GREAT JUBILEE HANDICAP Abbots Speed Carries Off Notable English Stake Event Run at Eempton Park. SPECIAL CABLEGRAM. LONDON, England. May 7. — Lord Dewars Abbots Speed, the four-year-old brown colt by Abbots Trace — Mary Jaunt, was the victor in the Great Jubilee Handicap, which was run today at Kempton Park, over the mile and a quarter distance. Hidden by Marshall, and carrying 106 pounds, which was two pounds overweight, he defeated a band of twenty-one starters. Embargo, winner of the City and Suburban with Steve Dmoghue, and the top weight of 128 pounds up, was second. Finglass, 115 pounds. Balding riding, was third. Apelle, 118 pounds, and Bea-sley up, was fourth. Polish Patriot. 98 pounds, piloted by Burns, was fifth at the finish, followed by the 2.000 guineas winner, Colorado, which carried 12G pounds, and was ridden by Weston. Colorado, which was the 3 to 1 favorite, was beaten after seven-eighths had been run, and his performance indicated that he may be touched in the wind. Abbots S eed was 8 to 1 in the betting. Embargo was 20 to 1. and Finglass, 5 to L The race was run in 2:0o-and.

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