Manifestos Noted Career, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-14


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MANIFESTOS NOTED CAREER Manifesto was the most remarkable Liverpool Grand National horse on record. He first appeared in that race In 1895, and finished fourth. The following year he came to grief the only mistake he ever made at Alntree; in 1897 he won with 157 pounds in the saddle. When Manifesto next appeared, two years later, he scored again with 175 pounds up, and was third in 1900, 1902 and 1903. He ran again in 1904, but was unplaced. Voluptuary had never jumped a fence in public before he won the 1S84 Liverpool Grand National, while the American-bred Rubio was once sold for 5, and was used in an omnibus prior to his success in 1908. Poethlyn, the 1918 winner, was sold for 5 as a yearling, and later repurchased for 50. This years National field included- a gelding named Any Time, which three years ago was a veteran army charger, and was then bought out of a government draft by Colonel Little for 00.

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