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July 18, 1975

Jonjo O'Neill rides his first winner since he broke a leg at Teesside in February and only his second on the Flat when Sonnenblick (Gordon Richards) beats Gemina in the juvenile maiden at Hamilton.

Rather higher up the numbers list is Bruce Raymond, who has his 400th success in Britain when London Glory (Michael Jarvis) holds off Gur Amir in the mile handicap at Newmarket.

Last year's highest-priced yearling Relkino (Dick Hern/Joe Mercer), who cost 58,000gns, makes a winning debut against Quite Candid in the juvenile maiden at Newbury.

July 18, 1990

Gary Moore pays a severe penalty after being found guilty of 66 betting-related breeches of the rules in Hong Kong. He is warned off there for five and a half years and fined pounds 100,000.

Dickie Dods wins with the very first horse he has run on the Flat as Young George (Alan Mercer) beats Molly's Move in the seller at Hamilton.

Top US horse Easy Goer, who has won 14 of 20 starts, notably the Belmont, plus $4,873,770, is retired due to an injury of his off-fore.

Lord Wyatt says that discussion about the sale of Tote Bookmakers is "idle press speculation".
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Title Annotation:Sports
Author:Ennor, George
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Jul 18, 2000
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