All OUR YESTERDAYS.
September 30, 1978
A performance of total domination by Homing (Dick Hern/Willie Carson) as he takes the QEII Stakes at Ascot by six lengths from Stradavinsky (Vincent O'Brien/Lester Piggott).
Hern and Carson have to settle for second when Troy is cut down in the last 50 yards of the Royal Lodge by Ela-Mana-Mou (Guy Harwood/Greville Starkey), who sets a juvenile record.
Taffy Thomas and Stetchworth (Harry Wragg) have an alarming time on the way to the start at Redcar when the colt is hit by airgun pellets. The youths responsible are removed by the police.
Derek Garraton, who spent his formative years with Frank Carr and Pat Rohan, sends out his first winner when Coliemore
(P Harman) beats Michael Swift in the bumper at Market Rasen.
September 30, 1993
Geoff Wragg saddles first and second in the Middle Park as First Trump (Michael Hills) gets up on the line to touch off Owington (Pat Eddery).
Tommy Stack wins with his first Newmarket runner when My-O-My (Michael Roberts) takes the Listed sprint from Splice.
Rapporteur (Charlie/Annie Elsey) sets a post-war record for the number of wins at the same course. His defeat of Rispoto (Mark Prescott/Diana Jones) in the amateurs' race is his 17th strike at Lingfield.
There are encouraging reports concerning Moyglare Stud Stakes winner Lemon Souffle (Richard Hannon), who was struck into in the Cheveley Park Stakes. She is making good progress under veterinary care.