Americans In English Handicaps.: Sir Martin Practically the High Weight and Handicapped Superior to Minoru in Important Events, Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-13


view raw text

AMERICANS IN ENGLISH HANDICAPS Sir Martin Practically the High Weight anil Handi ¬ capped Superior to Minoru in Important Events Weights assigned the many good horses nominated to the Lincolnshire and other leading handicaps of Hie English spring racing campaign serve to show that the handicappors liave not materially abated their estimate of the prowess of American horses At any Kite none of note is put In the lightweight division where many English stake winning horses have their assignment As was sug ¬ gested in Daily Racing Form would probably 1 e the case Sir Martin lis practically the top weight in the Lincolnshire It is true that Dean Swift lias IKKII given the top impost of 130 pounds with Sir Ok fart hr second at an impost of 125 pounds but there is 110 expectation that weight will be accepted for Dean Swift in which case Sir Martins weight will go up to ILfi pounds Valons comes next to Sir Mar ¬ tin at 120 pounds then Christmas Daisy and Mus tapha first and second in last years Cambridgeshire follow with lin and 317 ixnunls respectively Mr Whitneys Delirium 111 pounds Perseus 10 and Mr Belmonts Norman III 10S ixmnds and IMr Prentices Wamba 10 ixmnds are tlie other Ameri ¬ cans in the Lincolnshire aside from Sir Martin Of these Perseus lit and ready would have a good chance if sent to the post The Lincolnshire will IM run Tuesday March 15 and antepost betting quo ¬ tations will appear soon The soonThe list of sijring events for which weights have been published is a long one and American horses principally Mr Whitneys appear in most of them In the first stake races of consequence of the flat racing season the Batthyani Plate at five furlongs straight at Lincoln iMarch 4 Hallaton is top weight at 1I2 pounds and the Americans are Delirium 127 Perseus 121 Bobbin 11C Top o the Morning 103 Oversight 95 Coronal 94 and Boudoir SG In the Newark Plate at Nottingham March 23 one mile Delirium is top weight at 133 pounds then follow Norman III 100 and Fond Memories 02 In the Dovcridge Handicap at Derby April 15 one mile Cocksure II Is high weight with 10 pounds and the Amerieanhreds are Delirium 120 Norman III 115 and Wamba 10S For the Chaddesdcn Plate at threequarters Delirium Is first in the weights at 133 pounds and Bobbin is given 124 Wamba 122 Antaeus 110 ami Oversight 103 For the Great Sur ¬ rey Handicap tit Epsom April 10 five furlongs Amcriciis Girl i high weight at 185 pounds and De ¬ lirium is given 12 Perseus 122 Bobbin UG Coronal 99 and Boudoir 91 For the famous City and Snb iirbaii Handicap at a mile and a quarter to licjruii at EIINOIII April 20 old Dealt Swift is given tluT post of honor flt 131 pounds Sir Marfhl Is second with 125 and Minoni third with 323 It is Snteresting to note that the handicappers here rate Sir Martin a tetter horse than King Edwards Derby winner as they also do in the rieli Kempton Park Jubilee Han ¬ dicap Other English cracks in the City and Subur ¬ ban are Valens 122 pounds Land League 119 Christ ¬ mas Daisy US iMnstapha 117 Phalernn 114 Hay den 110 Sealed Orders 109 Submit 107 Sunbright Tressady 98 Strickland 90 and Simonson 89 No American other thiin Sir Martin is engaged For engagedFor the Victoria Gold Cup to be run at Hurst Park April JO at seveneighths of a mile Llangwin is at the top with 132 pounds Then come Valens 124 Jack Snipe 121 Christmas Daisy 120 and Golden Itod 110 The Americans are Delirium 110 Perseus IK Norman III 110 Bobbin 10G and Top o the Morning 95 Sir JMartin is the only American horse in the 15000 Kempton Park Jubilee Handicap to be ran May 7 at a mile and a quarter Llangwm is first in the weights here ut 12C pounds and Dean Swift has the same impost Then follow Sir Martin 121 Succour 121 Minorn 119 Valens 117 Ehor 110 Christmas Daisy 114 Mnsiapha 113 and Arranmore 112 forming 1110 highweigibt division of the richest handicap of the spring racing

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1910021301_1_5
Library of Congress Record: