Sport: Horses

Expert equine advices took blind staggers during the week. In America, Zev and My Own were beaten by In Memoriam, a 10-to-1 shot, at Latonia; in France, Epinard, three-year-old whom the French called the "best horse in the world," lost by a head to Verdict at Newmarket; in England, Papyrus was sold by Owner Ben Irish.

In Memoriam, considered an outsider, wore down Harry F. Sinclair's international champion Zev, passed him at the head of the stretch, to win by six lengths. Jockey Earl Sande is said to have flagrantly disobeyed orders in...

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