Racing News From The Other Side.: "Kingsclere Limited" Signs Jockey Randail--English Winning Owners, Horses, Sires and Jockeys., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-24


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RACING NEWS FROM THE OTHER SIDE Kingsclcro Limited Signs Jockey Randall Eng ¬ lish Winning Owners Horses Sires and Jockeys JockeysLondon London June 9 The Duke of Westminster has signed II Randall to ride for him for the seasons of 1009 1910 and 1511 at a retainer of 10000 a year The signatures embrace not only the Duke of Westminster but as anticipated the whole of the patrons of the Kingsclere stable This stable is a limited liability company its registered title being Kingsclere Limited and in this respect it prob ¬ ably stands unique throughout the racing world Ran ¬ dall Is a younger son of Sir Henry Randall He is married to a niece of Mr A N Hornby the iLan cashire cricketer and formerly shone brightly as an amateur rider The other members of Kingsclere Limited are Duke of Portland Lord Falmoiith Lord Coventry and Mr G D Smith SmithAmong Among the leading jockeys Maher and Higgs have both added six to their scores since this time last week and Trigg has had five successes At the coif clusion of yesterdays racing the mounts and wins were W Higgs 231 mounts 39 wins D Maher 122 mounts 30 wins C Trigg IOC mounts 20 wins F AVootton 153 mounts 2C wins Wm Griggs 1S7 mounts 22 wins H Randall 159 mounts 21 wins W Sasby 119 mounts 20 wins O Madden 153 mounts 20 wins W Halsey 150 mounts 19 wins E Wheatley 79 mounts IS wins and J H Martin Ill mounts 1C wins winsUp Up to and including June S the winners of 10000 and over in English racing were as follows followsOwners Owners Races Amt AmtChev Chev Giuistrclli 2 7000 7000August August Behnont 3 20590 20590Richard Richard Croker 1 27750 27750Lord Lord Derby 5 202 10 10W W Raphael 5 15975 15975A A Stedall 11 14890 14890A A F Bassett 3 14647 14647L L Neuman 4 1438 1438J J B Joel 5 11710 11710Iiord Iiord Roscbery 7 1 1270 1270A A Bendon 5 10050 10050L L Robinson G 10012 10012The The horses which have won 10000 and more this season are areHorse Horse Age Racea Amt AmtSIguorlnetta SIguorlnetta 3 2 57000 57000Norman Norman III 3 1 28000 28000Rbodora Rbodora 3 1 27750 27750Glacis Glacis 4 2 14535 14535Hayden Hayden 4 1 13300 13300St St Wolf 3 1 12500 12500Electra Electra 2 3 12072 12072Pillo Pillo 2 4 10000 10000The The sires of the winners of 15000 and over are areSire Sire Winners Amt AmtChaleureiix Chaleureiix 3 58000 58000St St Frusquln S 43855 43855Octagon Octagon 2 29240 29240Carbine Carbine 4 21145 21145Eager Eager 10 20957 20957Raeburn Raeburn G 18860 18860Desmond Desmond 10 15675 15675Galloping Galloping Lad 12 15090 15090The The four miles and half a furlong Grand Steeple ¬ chase de Paris a weightforage event worth f 25000 nnd the richest crosscountry prize in the world was run off at Auteuil on Sunday June 7 and com ¬ peted for by a party of ten Success rested on Mr E Fischhofs wellfancied Dandola aged 168 which in A Carters hands won comfortably by a length and a half from Mr Veil Picards Pharaon 4 years 138 The winner also secured this race us a fiveyearold In 1904 and is a chestnut horse by Yellow son of Dutch Skater and Miss Hannah out of La Dame Blanche by Nougat from The White Lady by King o Scots The valuable Grand Auteiiil Hurdle Race of three miles and a furlong was run for on Wednesday by a party of ten and easily won by the favorite Mr A Coblentz In genu a brown fouryearold colt by Doricles or St Bris out of Dolly Queen QueenAn An army of scavengers commenced work on Ep ¬ som Downs the day after the Derby to clear the litter left by the hosts of racegoers It will be nearly a week before the Downs resume their normal as ¬ pect Bookmakers tickets lay about as thickly as snow In the rings and along the brow of the hill There were thousands of broken bottles and orange peel was scattered everywhere Near the rails were many battered hats hatsColonel Colonel Kirkwood owner of The Whlte Knight says that it Is his present Intention to run the horse for the Ascot Goodwood and Doncaster Cups and he will be entered for the Cesarewltch which will be his last race before retiring to the stud studGood Good long and strong ralloping work and plenty of It w9Ji luorjettj g pf Qafc for since she ran for the Newmarket Stakes she has done five and six gallop a week over a distance Varying from a mile and a half to two miles writes Mr Allison in the Sportsman Unlike the majority of trainers her ownertrainer was not afraid to send her over a longer distance in her exercise gallops than she had to cover In the race I have seen her day after day going as hard as she could pelt both on the race course and on the Limekilns and the strange thing about it was that her usual companions Haberlea and The Baronet always seemed to be going as well as she was The last time I saw her tried she only scrambled home about half a length in front of Haberlea with The Baronet Manfred and Medcalfes Cousin Kate be ¬ hind hardly the kind of trial tackle one would associate with a Derby or Oaks winner But there it is Signorinetta won the Derby and Oaks as well and all credit and honor to her sporting owner who not only bred the filly but trained her as well Much sympathy is expressed by sportsmen in Germany with the Messrs Von Weinberg who sent Horizont o Vienna to vindicate the superiority of Germanbred horses Horizont ridden by OConnor the stable jockey of the Niederrad establishment was easily beaten by lutrygant belonging to Prince Lubomirski ridden by G Stern and trained by J Reeves in Hungary Messrs Von Weinberg re ¬ linquished the great chances they possessed in the Grand Prize of Hamburg and the Union Rennen which were each of more value than the Vienna Derby so that the son of Florizel II and Hop ¬ scotch might bring back with him the Vienna Blue Riband so highly prized by German sportsmen He was made favorite by weight of money but the Warsaw breeder showed the visitors a good horse in Intryganl which will very likely remain in Austria and Germany as sport has been impaired by the war on the other side of the frontier frontierThe The summary of the race run June 7 follows followsPrince Prince Ladlslaus Lubomirskis Intrygant 1 1Herr Herr Von Weinbergs Horizont 2 2Baron Baron Alfred Rothschilds Kottlngbruim 3 3Won Won by three lengths same between second and third Ten ran Intrygants official totalizer starting price was 143 to 10 The race was worth 20000 to the winner winnerLord Lord Marcus Beresford asked Chevalier Ginis trelli to put a price on Signorinctta After much pressing the Chevalier agreed to name a price in one word and that word was England Sig norina the Derby and Oaks winners dam by the way has been bred to Thrush a young horse by Missel Thrush Chemistry by Cbaribert Thrush is but six years old

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