All our yesterdays.
Lady Beaverbrook has two in Newbury's Washington Singer Stakes-Homeboy (Ian Balding/Frankie Durr), who drifts from 8-1 to 14-1, and Relkino (Dick Hern/Joe Mercer), who starts at 1-2. Homeboy wins; Relkino is last.
There is St Leger talk after Consol (Peter Walwyn/Pat Eddery) beats Shebeen in the Geoffrey Freer.
Macer Gifford, who rode his first winner at Market Rasen 11 years ago, lands his 200th when Man's Glow (Willie Stephenson) disposes of sole rival Misty Belle (Barney Cross/Mark Lowry) in the first division of the juvenile hurdle.
August 16, 1990
lPat Eddery lands a 74-1 treble at Salisbury. His first winner is in the maiden on the Roger Charlton-trained Crowning Ambition, and the others are for Reg Akehurst, with Les Animaux Nuages winning the juvenile contest and Pharamineux taking the stayers' handicap.
Carroll House (Michael Jarvis), winner of last year's Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, is retired. He was injured in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, and will stand at the stud in Japan of owner Zenya Yoshida.
Lingfield is up for sale- again. Racecourse Holdings Trust has declared an interest, and now Goodwood has tabled a bid.
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Aug 16, 2000|
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