Queens Prize Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1930-04-23


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QUEENS PRIZE HANDICAP SPECIAL CABLEGRAM. KEMPTON PARK. England. April 22. The Queens Prize Handicap, a two-mile race in which there were twenty-one starters, was won here Monday by CacaO, the five-year-old owned by the aged Lord Wolav-ington. In a driving finish the son of Bay Cherry Coronille defeated Sir Joshua by a short head. Rubicon II., owned by the American, Victor Emanuel, was third. Cacao was 100 to 6 in the betting. Sir Joshua was C to 1 and Rubicon 25 to 1.

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Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800