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Joe Mercer (jockey) - Career - 1977-1979
... The next top two-year-old to come along was Lord Howard de Walden’s colt Kris ... Lord Howard had had horses both with Cecil and Murless, but up to this point the best horse Cecil had trained for him had been the gelding Fool’s Mate, who was a tough handicapper ... Soon after the race it was announced that Mercer was to ride Lord Howard de Walden’s colt in the Two Thousand Guineas and the ride on Lyphard’s Wish was to go to Yves Saint-Martin ...
St. James's Palace Stakes - Winners Since 1970
... Robert Sangster 140.80 1979 Kris Joe Mercer Henry Cecil Lord Howard de Walden 141.74 1980 Posse Pat Eddery John Dunlop Ogden Mills Phipps 144.74 1981 To-Agori-Mou Greville Starkey Guy Harwood. 1990 Shavian Steve Cauthen Henry Cecil Lord Howard de Walden 141.52 1991 Marju Willie Carson John Dunlop Hamdan Al Maktoum 141.97 1992 Brief Truce Michael Kinane Dermot Weld ...
The Complete Peerage - Volumes - 2nd Edition
... Doubleday, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden VII ... Doubleday and Lord Howard de Walden VIII ... Doubleday and Lord Howard de Walden IX ...

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