At St. Cloud

At St. Cloud, Epinard, French champion racehorse, was beaten by English-owned Sir Galahad III—by a neck.

Frank O'Neill, "veteran of 20 years of the American, British and French turf," rode Sir Galahad.

Epinard was ridden by Everett Haynes, Bronx jockey, "pale, emaciated and nervous from recent illness," but weighing withal eleven pounds more than O'Neill.

The French press was unanimous in the opinion that O'Neill would have reversed the decision had he been riding Epinard.

The owner of Sir Galahad is Captain Jefferson Davis Cohn,...

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