Worden II. Heavily Supported in Callover for Epson Derby, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-26


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Worden II. Heavily Supported In Callover for Epsom Derby LONDON, England. May 24, Reuters . The French colt, Worden IE., owned by American Ralph B. Strassburger, who lives in France, was the most heavily backed horse at the Epsom Derby callover here Friday night. Worden n. was first called at 18 to 1 but these odds were so eagerly snapped up that, by time they reduced to 100 to 7 he had been backed to win by 0,000 dollars. Two British colts, York-shire-trained Torcross and Postmans Path, ! Newmarket trainer Norman Berties charge, also came in for considerable support. Postmans Path went .from 28 to 1 down to 25 to 1. Torcross shortened from 22 to 1 down to 20 to 1. Prices ruling at the sessions end were 7 to 1, Silnet; 10 to 1, Thunderhead; 100 to 9, Argur; 100 to 7, Tulyar and Worden n.; 18 to 1, Bob Major; 20 to 1, Torcross; 22 to 1, Faubourg and Gay time; 25 to 1, Postmans Path; 33 to 1, Lavarende, Ararat, Marsyad and Monarch More; 40 to 1, Indian Hemp and Chaveydown; 50 to 1, Khormousa and HVC; 66 to 1, Summer Rain, Karatepe and Speechmaker.

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1950s/drf1952052601/drf1952052601_9_2
Local Identifier: drf1952052601_9_2
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800