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All Our Yesterdays; July 9, 1973.

Lester Piggott makes a rare visit to Pontefract and wins the juvenile fillies' maiden on Miss Gruckles (Barry Hills).

Gaberdine (Jack Clayton/John Ware 5lb claim) gains his eighth course win in the mile and a half handicap at Windsor. At the same venue, Bernard van Cutsem sends out his first winner for well over a month as Double Nearco (Willie Carson) lands the ten-furlong maiden.

July 9, 1988

Sheikh Mohammed sees two of his horses dead-heat in the Irish Oaks at The Curragh as 2-9 shot Diminuendo (Henry Cecil/Steve Cauthen ) shares the spoils with Melodist (Michael Stoute/Walter Swinburn).

lIn a dramatic Magnet Cup at York, Bashful Boy (William Hastings-Bass/Dean McKeown) just hangs on against unlucky-in-running Pelorus (William Jarvis/Nick Carlisle).

GEORGE ENNOR
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