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April 21, 1974

Northern Taste (Jack Cunnington/Jean-Claude Desaint) is booked for the 2,000 Guineas after his success in the Prix Djebel at Maisons-Laffitte, but the layers are unimpressed and keep Apalachee (Vincent O'Brien) at 4-6. Nonoalco (Francois Boutin) is a 7-1 shot.

Things are more open in the 1,000, with Polygamy (Peter Walwyn) and Gentle Thoughts (Ted Curtin) the

7-1 joint market leaders. Mil's Bomb (Noel Murless) and the Queen's Highclere (Dick Hern) are 12-1.

April 21, 1989

With Pat Eddery still feeling the pain where Great Commotion kicked him at Newmarket yesterday, brother Paul comes in for the ride as Solo Artist (Ian Matthews) beats Ringmore in the mile-and-a-half handicap at Beverley.

Arthur Stephenson and Chris Grant are in form at Perth, where Sir Jest narrowly wins the three-mile chase from Delius and Bishopdale is just too good for Black Spur in the novices' handicap chase.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Author:Ennor, George
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Apr 21, 1999
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