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June 21, 1977

lA long wait ends for Chris Leonard, who has his first winner in more than a year as Haywire (Patrick Haslam) wins the mile-and-a-half handicap at Pontefract from Eminence (Peter Easterby/ Shaun Salmon).

lPaul Kelleway shows no respect for his old mentor Ryan Price when Grey Mountain (Richard Fox) beats Dutch Treat (Brian Taylor) in the mile-and-

a-half handicap at Brighton.

lThe Derby winner The Minstrel (Vincent O'Brien) is an even-money chance

to double up at The

Curragh. Ercolano (Alec Head) is a 5-1 shot with Monseigneur (Francois Boutin) two points longer and 10-1 bar.

June 21, 1992

lThere is coughing at Peter Chapple-Hyam's Manton base and Derby winner Dr Devious is in isolation in advance of his Irish Derby bid on Sunday.

lMashaallah (John Gosden/Steve Cauthen) shows the way home to Saganeca (Antonio Spanu/Thierry Jarnet) in the Gran Premio di Milano. Snurge (Paul Cole/Richard Quinn) and Marcus Thorpe (Paul Kelleway/Philip Robinson) are fifth and seventh.

lEnharmonic (Lord Huntingdon/Willie Ryan) does his best in the nine-furlong Group 3 at Dortmund but has to

settle for second behind

Iron Fighter (Andrew Riding).

lJohn Greenway, conservative MP for

Ryedale in Yorkshire, says that on-course betting should be allowed on Sundays.
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Date:Jun 21, 2002
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