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Nottinghamshire Guardian

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England

18 May 1877

and was followed by Braw Laddie, Lola, and Scottie, to the bend, where the last named went to the front, and won in a canter by a length ; a like distance separated second and third ; ;Bntterscotch. was fourth, Lola fifth, and Blue Stocking filly last

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Nottinghamshire Guardian

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England

29 Dec 1865

On Mr. ■ Batist and Mr. Wright returning to the thicket, they came upon a large bush, and one of them remarked it was a likely place for pheasants, and on striking the bush they roused the other poacher from his lair. Another chase ensued, resulting in

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Nottinghamshire Guardian

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England

19 Oct 1877

J. Maodonald 0 Mr. Shaw's Lola, 7st 101b Cook 0 Betting— 2 to 1 agst Scottie, 6to 1 agst Agnes La Fiere, 7 to 1 each agst Cornu filly, Queen Pippin, and Hawthorn's dam Colt, and 10 to 1 each agst Teesdale and Lady Nelson. Lola made the running from Wild

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

26 Jun 1914

-- K Robcrlfo „ 0 Mr H. Hardy Lola, • ’ ’ Butters. Newmarket.) fOff_ 232 A l Wbroo. to 1 10 AIDt.. 7 others. Farfadet. Royal Mad, rom Indian God. Roconco was left, and I ~ : , nd F» r with Aider, Chateau tort, Lola. ® furlongs Indian God Mail last

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

19 Oct 1932

(Capt. J. Fielden) G. Armstrong 8 2 5 BILKED (Mr. M. Vasev) Vaeey 7 12 6 SWORD CRAFT (Mr. A. Gordon) Fk. Butters 7 9 DONNA LOLA f (Mr. R. Day) R. Day 9 8 BORDER BALLAD (Capt. C. Boyd-Rochfort) B-Rochfort 9 WARDLAW (Duke of Norfolk) Gilpin 7 8 10 MAUNDY

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

4 Jan 1934

Ethnarch—Perch. Carried 10-7 when 9th of to MANON (10-7) on this course dim) Dec. 2- BONNIE LOLA (10-12) was srd. Good going. 3 1 BONNIE LOLA (4-10-0). b f Eiizo—Donna Lola. With 10-3 won hv 1 length from Tapinois (12-3) Derby (2m) Dec. 20. ENCHI (11-5) lengths

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

31 Aug 1932

0 ARCHED (8-1), Arcade— Pomsan. With 8-13 (H. Wragg) Bth 9 to Cinnabar (9-5) at Redcar (6f) Aug 13. Good going. 2 2 DOi'NA LOLA F (8-0). Erizo. Carried 8-11 (Bearv) when beaten 3 lengths by Strela (8-11) at Stockton (of) Aug 17, with Picotee (8-6) li

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

26 Sep 1933

R. Dand) H. Peacock 8 11 10 POLY AD (Mr. W. H. Thorpe) Easterby 8 9 11 AUTUMN DOUBLE (Mr. H. Clavton) Elsey 8 12 DONNA LOLA (Mr. V. Thompson) F. Hartigan 8 7 TAQUINETTE (Mr. M. J. Peacock) M.Peacock 8 6 14 GATEHURST (Mrs. B. Eves) Clancy 8 5 15 DESTINE

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

31 Oct 1924

journey too far, and when the colours ould picked out as they came across the Hat Lvnmouth was in front of Spindrift. the Bushes the favourite. Eaglestone, improved his position, and challenging Spindrift, which had headed Lynmouth up the hill, fine finish

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

22 Nov 1933

to Seraphim (level). Leicester (6t) Nor 14. Qood going. 2 2 2 MISS WIZARD (9-2) f by thus—Coralle. See DIAGRAM. 0 0 0 DONNA LOLA 2) by Erlto. See THIRTY GUINEAS. a* a*»a a* a a.reo. 0 4 3 GOLDEN BOW (8 7) br c by BeM Archer—Topic. With 9-0 (Slapwa) wa

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

13 Jun 1905

Scott's c by Senrpronius—Rapid Stream. 3 yrs, Ist F. Howey Mr. W. E. Elsey's Spinning Wheel, 3 yrs, 51b Jones Mr. G. Menzies's Lola Montez. 3 yrs, lib J. Reay 0 (Race started 147.) Betting—s to Gay Gordon, agst St. Ange gelding. to 2 agst Rapid Stream fllly

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

17 May 1935

going. 0 HORNBY PARK (8-0) bl 81s Wheeler —Bush Money. With 811 (Lane) waa 94 (o George Here (gave Slh and favt.). Lingfield (Sf)* April 13. FLAMDNAIBI (level) dwelt was not the first nine. Good going. 4 2 LOLA MONTES (8-0) f Stefan the Great—Bonsfclnn

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

1 May 1918

eils. 4. 6-9 „.J. Maon Sir A. Black's Happy lola. 3, 6-0 Lnador 0 Mr. J. Harries Old Gold. 6-0 W. 0 'Off 4.5. trained brv G. Newmark*^.) 5 4 5 U» 1 Wel'.s. to Old Coki, 8 .Grand FU-et. 1 RoMtas, to 0 Happy lola, 6 others. Length ar»ii a lialf ; neck. 4QA

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

18 Jan 1937

F. Wint) ex) Wint 11 12 11 (Mr. Whitbread) Private 917 7 POTTERS BAR (Mr. D. C. Barling) F. Furlong 10 11 9 4 OPHELIA BUSH (Mre. H.-Percy) Holman 611 5 GREAT BEAR (Mr. Nunneley) Nunneley 11 11 5 SCOTCH HOUSE (Mr Pease) G. 511 4 7 ROMAN GENERAL (Mr

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

10 Aug 1932

(9-4), and Loose-5 iJC?* ( lm J v 22. with GOLDEN ROAD *'« 9- Firm ng. t. (8-1). b by Salmon-Trout—Fiddle. ] * st 11 D.ck Bush (9-3) at lfj Thurgdav. C.jod goins. 7*4 MPO (8-0). by Apple Sammp—Rwei. Ah, i * f>!e.v> favour te when Bth of 11 Dark i-lY

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

8 Aug 1932

c Bold Archer—La Picotense. See WILD BLOSSOM. -j. 0O HENDON (9-0), eh c by Sky-rocket—Charlotte Russe. See FAWN. 0 12 DONNA LOLA F (8-11), Carried 8-11 When beaten 1 length Tefrapod at Liverpoo (5P July 22. with Warrior's Kiss (9-0) short head behind 3rd

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

29 Sep 1915

and was followed Farakabad, Thvmian, Fix Tania. Warlingham, and Lady Doreen. Draughtsman took third place after passing the Bushes, and became second th“ dip. but St. Eloi -held his own and won easily two lengths; three-quarters length between the second

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

3 Jun 1933

Liddell. 10.45—11.0—Dance Music: May Fair Bote] Orchestra. LONDON REGIONAL (35G 6.0 —Time. Weather, News. 6.30— Magyar Orchestra; Lola Shari (soprano). 3.o—Time; Calender's Band T. Rowlands (cornet so'o); Gun thorpe and Cecil Baumer (two pianafortes). 9.15 —The

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

26 Jul 1932

Good going. 4 13 KA-LKE (8-9), by Knight of Garter, dam Cock-a-Hoop—Sultana 11. With 8-5 beaten head and li lengths by Donna Lola (7-12) and Strata (8-3) at Newmarket July 14 (sf); 12 ran. Firm going With 811 beat dead-beaters Barnby (8-11) and Dinos (8-11)

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

29 Jun 1909

could make a stand, however, and they wore all dismissed for 62. TORKSBIRE. ■ Hayes, Smith not out ! Wilson, net out Denton, Bush 36 j Wilkinson, and I Hirst, b Smith 17 j Bates, run out Myers, Smith i Haigh, Ihw. j *r Strudwirk. Smith T3. ,1. Katciiff

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