Sport: Horse Races

At Belmont Park (L. I.), the smartest racing crowd of the year saw Mrs. John Hay Whitney's Singing Wood win the richest race—the $103,300 Futurity for two-year-olds—at odds of 12 to i with Sir Thomas, a 50-to-1 shot, second by a head and Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's Roustabout, third.

At Doncaster, England, the biggest crowd of the year (300,000) saw England's three-year-old champion, Lord Derby's Derby-winner Hyperion, win the St. Leger Stakes by three lengths, with the Aga Khan's Felicitation second. It was the 26th time a Derby winner had won the St. Leger. Hyperion's sire, Gainsborough, did it in 1918.


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