New Fame for Golden Corn: Wins the Middle Park Plate from Other Star English Two-Year-Olds with East, Daily Racing Form, 1921-10-15


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NEW FAME FOR GOLDEN CORN Wins the Middle Park Plate From Other Star English Two-Year-Olds with Ease. LONDON. England, October 14. The Middle Park Plate of 50 each, with 5,000 added, for two-year-olds at three-quarters of a mile over the Bretby Stakes course, was decided at Newmarket this -afternoon and resulted as follows: Marshall Fields Golden Corn, b. or br. f, by Golden Sun Corn Cockle, 120 pounds Dono- ghuc 1 Sol Joels Polyhistor, b. c, by Polymelus Lady Flo, 122 pounds Carslake 2 Kennedy Jones Flaming Orb, ch. c, by Flying Orb St. Filans, 122 pounds Gardner 3 Donald Frazers Dark Fox, br. c, by Son in Law Radegonde, 122 pounds Fox 4 Lord Wavertroes Baydon, b. c, by Itussley Manylands, 126 pounds Jones 5 There were only five starters. Golden Corn got away like a flash and was never headed. She won by three-quarters of a length, but could have won by several lengths, as she was under restraint for the entire race. A half length separated the second and third. The weather was fine and the track good. There was no explanation yet available about Tishys unexpected defeat In the Cesarewitch. The Preudergast Stakes of 125 each, with 2,500 added, for two-year-olds at five furlongs, was run over the Rous course and was won by Sol Joels Sicyou, ch. c, by Sunder Pockerris, by a half length from Lord Astors Pogrom, b. f, by Lemberg Popingaol, while Marshall Fields Cistercian, br. c, by Friar Marcus Cissy Brown, was third, a length and a balf bchindt : ; t I I 5 : i - : : I i ; ! : t

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