Wins Worlds Richest Prize: Grecian Owned Colt and English Rider First in the Grand Prix De Paris., Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-27


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I. / 1 M i i | j | I] j j I , j | ! . | j . i U I j j j j j ; ; ! I, I, j j j I j II I .Wll— — M ■ 1 .J Mill! Hill I— II »WI IlllWttWl WINS WORLDS RICHEST PRIZE S Grecian Owned Celt and English Rider First 6 in the Grand Prix de Paris. 8 PARIS, France. June 26— N. E. Am- tatielos Kefalin, a bay son of Alcantara n. 6! — Nitocris, won the Grand Prix dc Paris at • Txmgchamps Sunday after hard drive to ■ withstand the rush of Marcel Boussacs Ra- 5 mil.-,. A. K. Macombers Algerien was third. 5; Ramus, a bay or brown colt, by Rabelais — 6 Only One. which won the Prix du Jockey 6 Club at Chantilly, was the real sensation J of the Grand Prix. He was second choice to Kefalin in the wagering, but was away so poorly that he was last by many lengths in the first half mile. Stern rode him hard, however, and making up ground with re- markable rapidity, he offered the winner a J threatening challenge through the stretch. Algerien was in the lead and seemed all over the winner at the trainrs stand, but , tired slightly in the face of Kefalins chal- - lenge. Donoghue then took Kefalin to the * front and shook Algerien off, but Ramus, rushing up with surprising speed, appeared j with a strong challenge. Under hard riding ■ Kefalin lasted to win by three-quarters of a length, while Ramus beat Algerien by a t head for second place, 5 The Grand Prix de Paris is a race for 6 three-year-olds at a mile and seven-eighths, with an added value of over 00,000. This years running attracted a big crowd, but c the weather was threatening and none of the attendance records at the Bois de Boulogne course were approached. Among the Amerl- i [cans who witnessed the running were J. E. Widener, F. R. Hitchcock and J. Leonard Replogle. j Following is a summary of the race: N. B. Ambaticlon Kefalin, b. c. by Alcantara II. —Nitocris S. Oonoghue. 128 pounds 1 ; i Marcel Iiou-tsaes Humus, b. or br. c, by Babelala ! - — Only One 0. Stern. 128 pounds 2 , A. K. Ma combers Aigericn. b. e, by Babolais-— - ! Africaine l K. ONeill, 128 pounds 3 , Fifteen started. Won by three-quarters of a length, head between second and third. I

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