Some race! PARIS HOUSE bowls along in front but gets caught by SHEIKH ALBADOU in the 1991 Nunthorpe

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A sprint to get the blood flowing. Two-year-old Paris House bowls along in front under Darryll Holland, but can’t shake off subsequent Breeders’ Cup winner Sheikh Albadou, ridden by Pat Eddery for Alec Scott. American challenger Klassy Briefcase ultimately finished in last place.

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