Golden Fawn Repeater In Bombay Eclipse Stakes: Mahmouds Half-Brother Scores With Ease as Odds-On Favorite, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-02


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Golden Fawn Repeater In Bombay Eclipse Stakes StakesMahmouds Mahmouds HalfBrother Scores With Ease as OddsOn Favorite FavoriteBy By Special Correspondent CorrespondentNEWMARKET NEWMARKET England Recently more details reached here of the victory for the second year in succession of the Maharajah Gaekwar of Barodas Golden Fawn in the one mile and a quarter Eclipse Stakes run at Bombay India early in February Golden Fawn ridden by the Australian E Britt was held at the pro ¬ hibitive odds of 1 to 6 and he won in facile style by a length and a half from H Romers Ginger Boy the mount of W Sibbritt An equal distance farther away in third place was the Maharajah of Kashmirs Nebuleux HI HIBred Bred in Ireland at his Sheeshoon Stud The Curragh County Kildare by the Aga Khan and known as Bashir under Jockey Club Rules Golden Fawn is a sixyear old by the unbeaten Triple Crown winner Bahrain now at the stud in America out of Mah Mahal by the 1918 wartime Triple Crown hero Gainsborough out of Mumtaz Mahal by The Tetrarch TetrarchGolden Golden Fawn a halfbrother to the 1936 Derby Stakes winner Mahmoud now at the Stud in America raced three times and was unplaced in England as a three yearold in 1940 He was sent to India in the summer of that year and first ran at Bombay in December 1941 winning a sixfurlong Second Division Handicap Later that month Golden Fawn won again in the same class carrying 130 pounds Automatically he was thus elevated to the First Division Next outing he won the sevenfurlong Kagal Memorial MemorialThen Then followed the 1942 renewal of the one mile and a quarter Eclipse Stakes Under 130 pounds and an evenmoney choice Golden Fawn won easily by two lengths from Pierrot Greetings was third in the field of eleven starters One more start was made in the Hughes Memorial weightforage one mile Held at odds of 1 to 4 he won by a length from Good Fare to become the highest money winner at Bombay in 1942 1942The The same day Golden Fawn won the Eclipse Stakes a second time in succession his owner and jockey completed a notable double when Princess Beautiful a 4to6 favorite won the one mile and a half Indian Derby Yeshwant was second and His Highness third

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