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The Daily Dispatch: October 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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seventeen pounds; St. Leger Course (one mile six furlongs and one hundred and thirty-two yards); two hundred and seventeen subscriptions: Mr. W. F. Anson's Blair Athol, by Stockwell — Blink Bonny--8 st. 10lbs. (J. Snowden, 1 Lord Glascow's General Peel, 8 st. 10 lbs (Wells) 2 Lord Stamford's Cambuscan, 8 st. 10 lbs.to six against twenty-five to one against Ely and each; thirty to one against Knight of Snowdon, and fifty to one, each, against Brindisi and Black Rock. Blair Athol, at the half distance, came out, and shooting past General Peel and Cambuscan with the utmost case, won literally in a canter, without ever being punished, by tyounger brother was untried. The net value to the winner of the Derby was seven thousand sovereigns, and of the St. Leger over five thousand sovereigns; so Blair Athol won, in these two races alone, over sixty thousand dollars--a pretty neat amount for one horse. These facts go far to show the extraordinary care of English br