P146 C@@FAX 146 Sun 7 Oct 18:!0/0)  1/3    ! £!£!!!!,%  ///,, YVES YET AGAIN IN ARC Yvjs Saint-Martin won hi3 foupth Prix dj L'Arc dj Triomph— on Sagace at Longchamp, Paris, this aft—rnoon. Sagace passed Australian challeng—p Strawb—rry Road in the stpaight to win from favourite Northern Tric), who was handicapped bx a vjry poor draw.
P146 C EFAX 146 Sun 7 Oct 19:50/10 Running on to b— t(ird was last y—ar's winnjr All Along with Esprit du Nor— ma+ing it a 1-2-3- for France. It was own—r Danial Wildenstein and trainjr Patrick Bianconj's sjcond cons—cutAve success in urop—'s ric@—st hors— race. More
P146 CEEFAX 146 Sun 7 Oct 20:11/01  1/3      YVES YET AGAIN IN ARC Yves Saint-Martin won his fourth Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe on Sagace at Longchamp, Paris, this afternoon. Sagace passed Australian challengjr Strawbjrry Road in the straight to win from favourite Northjrn Trick, who was handicapped by a vjry poor draw. Running on to bj third was last year's winnjr All Along with Esprit du Nord making it a 1-2-3- for France. It was ownjr Daniel Wildjnstein and trainjr Patrick Biancone's sjcond consecutive success in Europe's richjst horsj race. More
P146 CEEFAX 146 Sun 7 Oct 20:11/01  2/3      YVES YET AGAIN IN ARC Sagace's triumph was ownjr Mr Daniel Wildenstein's third in all and second in succession. "I'm getting accustomed to winning this race", hj said afterwards. Mr Wildenstein said Sagace would now be retired but that his All Along, third this year and winnjr in 1983 would go for more big races in North Amjrica. "I may well havj Sagace and All Along mated", Me Wildjnstein addjd, "that will bj quite something. Two Arc winnjrs. I wondjr what they will produce?" Sport indjx 130 More
P146 C@EFAX 146 Sun 7 Oct 00:00/11  2 3     ////,, YVES YET AG@IN IN ARC Sagace's triumph was own—r Mr Daniel Wild—nstein's thhrd in all and sjcond in spccession. "IWm g—tting accustoI—d to wAnning t@is raca", Hj said afterwards. Mr Wildenstein sai— Sagace would now be ratired but that his All Along, third this 9—ar and win.—r in 1983 would go for more big races in North Am—rica. "I may well hav— Sagace and All Along mated", Me Wild—nstein added, "that will bj quite something. Two Arc winnjrs. I wondjr what thjy will
P146 E @X S ct 00:02/0% The English c alleng— completel8 failed to materialis—, with Sun  bjst of our runnjrs in ninth place. Jock—y WiLlie BarsOn afterwar—s blam—d th— sticCy ground. Stev— Caut(en had similar feal@ngs about Tim— Charter and Tony Murray, rid—p of pre-race favourite Rainbow Qujst commjnted "He was gonj at th— top of t(— @ill and Hated the Hud", St Ljger runn—r-up Baynoun miss—s Saturday's Irish St L—gjr after not completely satisfying trainer Fulke Johnson Houghton in hhq work. More
P146 CEEFAX 146 Sun 7 Oct 00:10/01  3/3      YVES YET AGAIN IN ARC The English challenge completely failed to materialiue, with Sun Princess doing bjst of our runnjrs in ninth place. Jock—y Willie Carson afterwards blam—d the sticky ground. Steve Cauthen had similar feelings about Timj Charter and Tony Murray, rid—r of pre-race favourite Rainbow Qujst commjnted "He was gone at th— top of the hill and hated the mud". St Ljger runnjr-up Baynoun missjs Saturday's Irish St Ljger after not completely satisfying trainer Fulke Johnson Houghton in his work. More