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All Our Yesterdays:.

Byline: George Ennor

July 8, 1976

lLochnager (Mick Easterby/Edward Hide) follows up his success in the King's Stand last month by taking the July Cup at Newmarket from Three Legs (Luca Cumani/Lester Piggott). Hide goes on to a big-race double as Duboff (Barry Hills) pips Red Ruby (John Dunlop/Ron Hutchinson) in the Falmouth Stakes.

lLester Piggott and Noel Murless are also on the double standard as Jo Tobin takes the juvenile maiden from Chain Of Reasoning (Dick Hern/Joe Mercer), and Paddington is far too good for Gold Spark (Atty Corbett/Geordie Ramshaw) in the two-year-old conditions heat.

lBrian Taylor is in trouble at Brighton, where he is stood down for seven days for careless riding on Busted Fiddle (Ryan Price), third home but then disqualified behind Court Circus (Ben Hanbury/Richard Muddle, 5lb) in the ten-furlong handicap.

July 8,1991

lJack Berry, striving to hit the fastest Flat century in a season, reaches 85 as Rose Of Eire (John Carroll) wins the juvenile maiden at Edinburgh.

lRay Cochrane pulls off a 622-1 hat-trick at Windsor. Parisien Singer (Ian Balding) takes the juvenile maiden, Scenic Dancer (Tony Hide) lands the mile-and-a-half handicap, and Maestroso (Fulke Johnson Houghton) wins the second juvenile heat.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Jul 8, 2001
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