The field was away in good order. PAROLE broke in front with BULLION in closest pursuit. VAGRANT came up on the outside and was in front after three-quarters, PAROLE having dropped back fourth. CREEDMORE moved up on the turn but was two lengths back of the winner at the finish. BULLION had the misfortune of having a horse, believed to be HARRY HILL run up on him rounding the clubhouse turn, striking his left hind foot and severing a tendon. He finished on three legs.