Americans For Derby And Oaks.: Nominations in the Great English Classics for 1910 Less Numerous Than Expected., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-13


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AMERICANS FOR DERBY AND OAKS Nominations in the Great English Classics for 1910 Less Numerous Than Expected London Eng August 1 The publication of the nominations to the Derby and Oaks of 1910 shows that quite a number of Americanbred youngsters have been given at least an initial chance For the Derl v August Belimmt has named Merry Task by Octagon Merry Token Hasty Pudding by Hastings Teas Over Tasteful by Hastings Tar eia Glopi er by Hastings Glory and a chestnut ioll by Hamburg Enchantress In the Oaks he has Woodlire by Octagon Woodvine and Fond Memor ¬ ies by Octagon Fond Hopes E C Cowdin has entered Newcastle II bv Meddler Homespun in the Derby Captain Michael Hughes lias in the Derby a brown colt bv Ben Brush Home Rule Lord Lonsdale has among his Derby entries the eolt by Hurst Park Rapture and the filly bv King ¬ ston Gingham the hitter and the filly by Disguise Tsarina being in the Oaks also All were pur ¬ chased at the sale of the Keene yearlings at New ¬ market in July In the Derby Mr C H Mackay has named the bay or brown colt by Meddler Loch Dee bay or brown colt by Meddler Hatasoo and bay filly by Meddler Vantage His Oaks entries are the bay lillv by Meddler Vantage bay lilly by Meddler Admiration and brown filly by Meddler Correction In the Oaks alone are G Schilizzis bay filly Diana by Ben Stroiue Cerito aud G I Smiths bay filly by Disguise Roselaw In the Derby Mr James A de Rothschild has the brown colt Nankeen by Kingston Dominoes aud Mr H II Stanhope the black colt hi Watercress Marechal MarechalCollaterally Collaterally Interesting to Americans are some other nominations Richard Crokor has a chestnut colt bv Lcslerlin Sabine Queen In the Derby and tht brown filly Mauretanin by Lesterliu St lima In the Oaks He recently sold the chestnut colt The Battier by Lesterlin or Clonmell Rhoda R to Mr F J Benson and the latter has entered him in the Derby Lord Kllesmere is the owner of the line Americanbred race horse and sire Kings Cour ¬ ier and has by him in the Derby the colts Drurv Ijsine darn Harlequinade In the Oaks he has Olive Branch br Kings Courier Protocol Stock nde by Kings Courier Fortalice and a bay lilly by Kings Courier Siibra The Chevalier Ginistrelli owner of this years Derby winner Sigiiorlnetla lias a full sist r to his now famous lilly in both tho Dcrbv end Oaks Her name is Star of Naples In the Oaks he also has the filly Chaleureuse by Chal eurenx Fairy Fortune FortuneThe The king has but two Derby nominations Orel llus by Orme Kella and Border Prince by Per niinmon White Lilac but he has four representa ¬ tives in the Oaks in the fillies Flaming Viren by Flying Fos Amphora Damia by Diamond Jubilee Amphitheatre Slim Lady by St Simon La omedla and Perla by Persimmon Loch Doon DoonIt It would IK a most melancholy thing if there were auy falling off in the entry for the Derby and it is accordingly gratifying to note that for the race of IMO there are no fewer than 384 nomin ¬ ations For next years there are 318 The Increase Js by no menus entirely due to the action of American owners most excusably disgusted willi the venomous and sit the same time ridiculous at IncUs hn sport which an being made In their own country Jt is true that thirtynine of he en tries nre of American horses but there are generally a pcore or so The absurd Governor Hughes has but plJkhtly helped to s vell the entry

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