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  4. CAN AMOUNIS WIN EPSOM FOR THIRD TIME?

    SATURDAY'S remarkable effort by Amounis to narrowly win the Canterbury Stakes, of six furlongs, on the lightest of preparations, points to the Magpie gelding again being a force to be reckoned with in sprint company this Spring. Ante-post operators are now seriously asking the question, "Can he win the Epsom for ...

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  5. EPSOM—METROPOLITAN REHEARSALS

    A FEW years ago, the Tramway Handicap was considered the best possible guide to the Epsom, and Amounis brought it back into prominence as a rehearsal event for the big mile by completing the Tramway-Epsom double last year. Many prominent Epsom candidates figure in the weights for Saturday's sprint, and ...

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  6. Likely to Ride Mollison

    J. Daniels' suspension may be lucky for W. Cook, who will probably ride Mollison in his spring engagements if Daniels' appeal is unsuccessful. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Judge Was Right LIMERICK SHOULD WIN

    INSTEAD of the hoots which followed the judge's decision in the Amounis-Paganelli finish at Canterbury, the course should have resounded with cheers for a horse and jockey, both of whom were responsible for performances credited "Going on Warwick Farm form, it looks as if Limerick will again beat Mollison," declared Trainer F. Foulsham when spoken to yesterday. "To me, Mollison doesn't appear any better now than before, although the race should have done him good," he added. ...

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  8. Caulfield Chances

    MEMSIE Stakes form is usually accepted as a reliable guide to the Caulfield Cup, and after his good second to stablemate Highland in that race on Saturday, it was expected that High Syce would become a strong Cup favorite. ...

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  9. FINISH THAT CAUSED A COMMOTION AT CANTERBURY.

    Taken from twelve yards further along the track than the judge's box, the above picture by the "Referee" photographer indicates clearly that Amounis actually won the Canterbury Stakes. The track is approximately a chain wide at the point, and for a dead-heat the picture from this angle would show Paganelli's head clear in front of that of Amounis. There is practically nothing between them in the picture, despite the angle, and the verdict of half a head in favor of Amounis (outside) was undoubtedly correct. Margarethal, who made practically all the running, was third. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. IN N.Z. CUP.

    AS Paquito, Concentrate, Nightmarch, have been entered for the New Zealand Cup (two miles), to be run on November 9, backers would be ...

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  11. COULDN'T BOTH WIN

    Often one hears the remark, "The jockey reckoned he won," as backing for an opinion that the judge made a mistake in a ...

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  12. AMOUNIS WON'T HAVE USUAL PILOT

    As J. Munro was engaged to ride Loquacious in the Epsom, he will not be available for Amounis, unless, of course ...

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