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... little stoppage by weather. It isn't like the days when and were riding over hurdles. Even money one, 5-2 the other, and Bob's your uncle all the other runners. Now every amateur has a price on himself and rides for his life. Is there much betting? I asked ...

Published: Wednesday 16 March 1938
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1009 | Page: 68 | Tags: Photographs 

Two Days at Sandown Park: Fine Sport at the Popular Esher Fixture

... APRIL: Lord Slalbridge's popular 'chaser, G. Kelly up, winning the Litlleworth Handicap 'Chase at the last fence from Bobs Your Uncle (J. Dowdeswell) and Crusader II. (W Redmond). LEADING N.H. JOCKEY J. Doicdestvell won two races at the meeting. THE CTGM ...

Steeplechasing Resumed At Last

... HANDICAP 'CHASE: Mr. D. White's Jannock (T. Mabutt) did not survive all the jumps. The race went to Mr. G. W. Chesterman's Bob's Your Uncle, one of four winners ridden by Dowdeswell during the afternoon. Sport Country, 28.3.47 196 THE NOVICES' HURDLE: The winner ...

Tunbridge Wells and S.E. Counties

... bred and shown by It. Robertson and Sons, of Canterbury, won a first and Championship. Her sire is Ickliam Vagabond. BOB'S YOUR UNCLE was the nam of the pony entered by Robert Clark, The Old Mill House, Bolney, in th Juvenile Open Jumping Competitio for ...