Unbeaten Belle of All Takes One Thousand Guineas by Neck, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-05


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Unbeaten Belle of All Takes One Thousand Guineas by Neck NEWMARKET, England, May 4 Reuters. — H. Tuftons unbeaten Nasrullah filly, Belle of All, won the One Thousand Guineas at eight furlongs here today by a neck in a driving finish with H. D. Wills Subtle Difference. The Norman Bertie-trainer miss was a 4 to 1 favorite, with Gordon Richards up. The event carried the biggest prize money in its history. Richards took Belle of All to the front coming out of the dip and had her gamely withstand the challenge of the 100 to 8 Subtle Difference. Bob Runner, a 50 to 1 outsider, was third in the field of 18. The race was worth 3,194 to the winner, giving Belle of All over 0,000 in stakes earnings.

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