Pick Of Entries To English Classics.: Apparent Best in Two Thousand and Derby--Interesting Minor Turf Notes., Daily Racing Form, 1908-04-28


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PICK OF ENTRIES TO ENGLISH CLASSICS Apparent Best in Two Thousand and Derby In ¬ teresting Minor Turf Notes London April 10 The lumber cleared away from the candidate lists of the Derby June I Two Thousand Guineas May 0 and One Thousand Guineas May S leaves the leading candidates as shown below belowTwo Two Thousand Guineas PerrierSir Perrier Sir ArchilKild ArchilKildProspector ProspectorMercutio Prospector Mercutio MercutioEdnam Ednam Your Majesty Dalgcty Sir Toby Koyal Realm White Eagle Vamose Miranda Miranda Araminta Leslija Galore Elm Twitr Rhodora Bracelet Ardentrive French Partridge PerrierSir Perrier Sir Archibald ArchibaldProspector Prospector ProspectorMercutio Mercutio MercutioEdnam Ednam EdnamYour Your Majesty MajestyDalgety Dalgety DalgetySir Sir Toby TobyKoyal Koyal Realm RealmWhite White Eagle EagleVamose Vamose MirandaAraminta Miranda Araminta AramintaLesbia Lesbia LesbiaGalore Galore GaloreKlin Klin Twie TwieMountain Mountain Apple AppleSt St Cyril CyrilRushcutter RushcutterSea Rushcutter Sea Sick II IIDark Dark Ronald RonaldSquire Squire Toddlngton An analysis of thn above lists will show that the Derby candidates which hold no liabilities in either the TWO Thousand or tlie One Thousand Guineas are Mountain Apple St Cyril Rushcutter Sea Sick II Dark Ronald and Squire Toddington the colt by ChevenlHg Mlnera which ran so well for the Imperial Plate at Kempton last October Among these exceptions there are two or three animals which have acquired good reputations privately or publicly so that whatever happens at Newmarket they will leaven tlie Derby lump and keep tlie ih tercstMn the great Epsom contest thoroughly alive Nevertheless we shall all think we are a good ileal wiser after we have seen or read about the contests for the Guineas More interest in the way of future speculation is being shown over the Derby the current prices on the candidates recently backed are areHorse Horse Odds Horse Odds OddsPerrier Perrier 5llRoyal Realm 100B 100BMountain Mountain Apple SlLauderdaIe i 1003 1003Rushcutter Rushcutter lOlJYour Majesty 251 251There There has been no recent support of Mr Vander bilts candidate Sea Sick II IIPerrier Perrier is universally admitted to have made wonderful improvement during the winter and in marked contradistinction to his famous sire at the corresponding period of his racing career Is com ¬ ing steadily to hand Moreover he is possibly even a better looking horse than was Persimmon at the same age ageAn An Austrian bookmaker in Austrias betting cen ¬ ter Vienna has just discovered to his cost that although there Is no direct telephonic communica ¬ tion between London and Vienna the means of com ¬ munication are already sufficiently rapid to enable unscrupulous persons here to make safe bets qn the racing results in England He accepted bets on a particular race np to a certain hour and found that he had been defrauded of 50000 crowns by a gang of sharpers who had arranged to receive the result by telephone from London to Paris Paris to Berlin and Berlin to Vienna and knew the winner in little over half an hour after the race was run The bookmaker informed the police how he had been victimized and several members of the conspiracy have been arrested arrestedI I ahl glad to hear writes Audax in Horse and Hound there is little fear of the late Duke of Devonshires stud being entirely broken up It is probable although nothing is definitely settled that the horses in training will be sold at Newmarket during the Two Thousand week with the excep ¬ tion of four fillies which have already been leased and will almost certainly eventually join the best mares of the existing stud which will be kept on by the present duke dukeAt At the approaching Epsom meeting says Sporting Life the unique sight of a fouryearold in Orby a threeyearold in Rhodora and a twoyearold in Ala ¬ bama the produce of one mare Rhoda I will be seen under silk for their respective races racesDemetria Demetria a black colt by the French horse Clairon out of Hie English marc Miss Snap by Marden won the Italian Derby at Rome last Sun ¬ day Demetria Is owned by Prince Doria and was ridden by the English l oy A Childs ChildsHere Here are some facts of interest to American readers some of which are in answer to current queries queriesUp Up to Thursday last Mailer tlie American rider led the jockeys with one in three winning mounts The list of the leading twelve1 follows followsJockey Jockey Mts 1st 2d 3d Unp P C CMaher Maher I 42 14 5 7 15 3333 3333Higgs Higgs W il 0 0 37 1475 1475Crisp Crisp R 4 S 3 5 IS 2352 2352Saxby Saxby W 42 7 5 7 23 KiCC KiCCGriggs Griggs William CO 7 14 7 2 11 id idMadden Madden O M 0 4 7 17 1704 1704Martin Martin J II 27 5 5 4 13 1851 1851Ringstead Ringstead C 2 5 2 i Ifi 1724 1724Halsev Halsev W 40 5 S 5 31 1020 1020Wool Wool ton F 34 4 4 5 2t 11 7C 7CBroadwood Broadwood W 3S 4 2 5 27 1052 1052Randall Randall II 54 4 S 0 5 740 740Jockey Jockey Aylin had an extraordinary cosmopolitan record as a rider last year He was riding both on the llit and at stecplechaslng which very few jockeys can combine and In France was success ¬ ful eight times in Germany sixteen rode twenty winners in Austria and four in England The total of fifty was pretty equally divided between fiat racing and jumping Aylin has arranged to ride in Austria from this month end for a stable contain ¬ ing seventy horses so that his prospects are de ¬ servedly favorable favorableThere There are in the Grand National Steeplechase course at Aintree thirty jumps twentyeight of which have to be negotiated twice The water jump opposite the stand is only taken once The last jump is a rail and thorn fence fenceAccording According to the reports from Newmarket August Relnionts Norman III a Derby eligible i said to be the best over n distance in Watsons string It is said that all the horses of the same stable are hard and lit just now nowThe The winners of the Grand National since 1800 that were more than ten years of age at the time were Why Not 13 years u 1801 Manifesto 11 years in 1S 0 and Grudon 11 years in 1001 1001John John M P ran for the Gnahd National In 1000 and started at 7 to 2 lie only ran for the race once onceThe The mile record 133 is held by the American horse Julyi Oadman which made it at Linglicld on July i 1000 1000Manifesto Manifesto was third for the Grand National In 1000 third in 1002 third in 1003 and he won in 1S 7 and 1SOO 1SOOThe The Derby won by Hermit in 1S07 was not run in a snowstorm but snow fell while the horses were at the starting post postRobert Robert Slevier purchased Duke of Westminster as a yearling Tor 30000 and sold the colt to Mr G Falter for 112750 112750The The filly by Cyllene out of Sceptre is engaged in the Two Thousand Guineas One Thousand Guineas the Derby the Oaks and the St Lcger in 1K The amount won in stakes by the Duke of Port ¬ land in tlSS Donovans year was according to English calculations J3 7385810 or 35811350 35811350The The Derby was run in a snowstorm when Blooms burr won in 1830

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