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TRAINING TIPS & TALK. (Continued from page 5.) From Wiltshire Quarters. KINNAIRD is fit and 1011, and fancied each way

TRAINING TIPS & TALK. (Continued from page 5.) From Wiltshire Quarters. KINNAIRD is fit and 1011, and fancied each way

for the Rridgeman Plate. He never was belter. « » Foreign Legion runs, and a boy rides, but he is not fancied. * • • Mandoline a likely runner in the West Derby Slakes, but is not fancied. SILVO, GRACIOUS GIFT. OLD TAY BRIDGE, KEEP COOL, PETER PIPER, and HIS LUCK all run in the
28 March 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
MORE MONEY GOES TO FRANCE.

MORE MONEY GOES TO FRANCE.

HOW HR. HACOHBER COMPLETED THE AUTUMN DOUBLE. There is no stopping the French liorses in our handicaps. It has been freely suggested that English handifcappers should only pay attention to tlic very best performances of the invaders and ignore everything else. This is very right
31 October 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
“THE PINK ’UN.”

“THE PINK ’UN.”

LONDON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1925. No. 3211 BOXERS AND BOXING. Faultless Kid Socks; What About Teddy Baldock ? Hood v. Rolfe; On to Chatham ! By EUGENE CORRI. AT THE N. S. C. salt! Ilicv have fought over a hundred without defeat. I maintain that Baldoek should he iven a t ham of
31 October 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
OVER THE STICKS

OVER THE STICKS

Yours, G.B. Some readers might say to themselves What want to bother about a system now for, as the FLAT-RACE season is nearly over.” The answer is Our method is Rood for all times and will just as successful in FIFTY YF-ARS time as to-day and your SONS’ SONS will win with it th
31 October 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
DON’T MISS OUR SPECIAL TRAINING HINTS ON PAGE 5.

DON’T MISS OUR SPECIAL TRAINING HINTS ON PAGE 5.

NEW film shows a brontosaurus rampant in the City. It is easily distinguishable from contangos by its I. spots. pOLOUR in the Bath-room,” reads a headline. It certainly docs seem a far, far ■iter place to colour in than, for iuance, the cafe. '(’HINGS overhear; I the only man wh
04 April 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
RESORTS OF THE PAST.

RESORTS OF THE PAST.

About dccadrs ago there a as, in the hack blocks of Soho, lisrcputable night house called the hod Beer Club, something similar, which, once every week, held a ball. Almost without exception this dance culminated in few free fights in Soho Square in the early hours of the morning
04 April 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE PRETTY NORSE

THE PRETTY NORSE

Gladys Jones was nurse during the war. She had melting blue eyes, a pair of smooth white arms, and delicious neck. She smiled at a touch, tor her teeth were like pearls carefully matched. But she didn’t like work, her little brain had grown the idea that she was beautiful beyond
04 April 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
AINTREE POINTERS FOR ANOTHER NATIONAL.

AINTREE POINTERS FOR ANOTHER NATIONAL.

Although the cross-country sport will soon left to those enthusiasts who prefer Bungay Ascot, it is as well to record Aintree impressions while they are fresh in the mind’s eye. Even before the end of November we shall (1).V.) once again be visualising possibilities of the Natio
04 April 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Pointers.

Pointers.

J. Dawson found BLANC'HEKLKUR 11. difficult subject to train last season, and she was never at top-nottb. Will I," found vastly improved filly tins season, and judging by Inc manner in has been going with Mr. Bliss rercir, gallops will about win tbc Spring Hambeap at Nottiugbam
04 April 1925 - Sporting Times - London, London, England