Recent Racing Features Over In England, Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-12


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RECENT RACING FEATURES OVER IN ENGLAND London Eng October I As was anticipated would be the case Lembcrg won the Jockey Club Stakes at Newmarket and In doing It with all the ease imaginable gave those who have all along maintained that lie should have won the St Leger fresh ground for bringing their opinions to tliat effect to tlie front again However Swynford was not In the Jockey Club Stakes and had he been there Is no telling but what he would again have proved himself Lembergs master At any rate both are grand colts and a credit to their year but It is questionable if either is of the class of such1 great threeyearolds of other days as Bayardo Sceptre Pretty Polly Flying Fox or Diamond Jubilee Both are sound horses and should do some great racing in the Cups next year yearA A feature of some interest was the success of the Americanbred Columbus in the Newmarket October Handicap at a mile and a half last Wednesday Columbus is a big powerful colt Ify Sombrero Anna Woodford that was sent over here by J B Haggin and sold as a yearling for fortylive guineas His performance in the October Handicap was of such a character as to at once drawattentlon to the fact that he is in the Cesarewltch at the light im ¬ post of eightynine pounds and he has bjeen backed to win at 20 to 1 to a considerable amount His sire Sombrero is now standing at the Boro Green Stud near Newmarket In the way of wagering on events in the future Mr Whitneys Whisk Broom has been so persistently backed to win the Cam ¬ bridgeshire that his price lias steadily fallen from a high mark of 23 to 1 down to 100 to S and lit seems to be a genuine candidate He is doing well at exercise and In view of his position in the finish for the Two Thousand Guineas possesses an obvious chance at 110 pounds poundsAn An interesting betting case was decided recently at the Shoreditch County Court of London when a turf accountant secured a verdict against a publican to recover 35 or so under an agreement to settle a debt The judge remarked that agreements to wait and promises not to expose a party were suffi ¬ cient to take a ease out of the Gaming Act ActTop Top o the Morning along with some half a score of iMr Whitneys horses in training including the Blue Girl colt and Field Daisy all three runners at Newmarket Tuesday was shortly to have been sold bv public auction to make room for the American bred yearlings that will be placed under Joyners charge As far as the firstnanieiV is concerned Joyiier discoverer a morecongenial way of disposing of the threeyearold son of Hamburg wuich was by winning the Trial Selling Plate at the expense of those who liad bet freely on Galleot and Pad dington The race was worth 300 sovereigns and the winner afterwards realizing CIO guineas Mr Whitney got more for his threeyearold than he would have done had Topo the Morning come under tlie hammer without the glamor of winning winningAn An extraordinary accident occurred In the course of a steeplechase at Wiesbaden on Tuesday last the Mnhltbal Jagd Reiinen Avon by Trill by Missel thrush out of Trilby Red Glrsha which finished second was following in the rear of Gold Ore The latter fell and Red Glrsha was kicked In the neck by him the plate at the same time being torn from his hoof and it remained sticking in Red Indias jaw until the final hurdle when the latters jockey Bastian leaned forward and took it from the wound Sir Martin Is suffering from an obstinate skin disease and will not run again this season seasonAmericiis Americiis Girl left for Ireland having been put out of training trainingKiel Kiel by Hamburg though rn handsomely topped twoyearold has such twisted forelegs and toet that turn in to such a remarkable extent that had he been sold by public auction as a yearling he would possibly have made no more than a tenpound note That they race in all shapes is common knowledge and this Imported American has this season won no fewer than five races racesGood Good news conies from Germany since the crown prince lias taken an active part in siiort having registered his name as part owner of the chaser Portuipli which lias hitherto been running undei the colors of his aidedecamp Lieut Von Zobcl titz Prince William is an excellent sportsman anO the open part he has taken in crosscountry events will have a beneficial influence on racing in the German empire empireFeather Feather Bed the winner of the Chester Cup nniT other good races has been returned from Ireland to O Rayners stud farm at Chieveley Manor Berks where he will stand next season at the nominal fei of ten guineas The yearlings and foals which repre ¬ sent this stoutconstituted sou of Ravensbury and Bed of ISoses have surprising bone and substance and are so promising that Mr Raynor believes that next season he will receive more patronage in England than lie did in the Kmcrald Isle IsleLeinbergs Leinbergs Jockcv Club Stakes victory has put Mr Fairie so far in advance of all competitors that it is now assured that lie will end the racing year in the same position of pride he filled as the leading win ¬ ning owner of 10011 Tin standing of those owners whose horses have won 10 XK or more is now nowWinng Winng Itaccs Amount AmountOwner Owner Horses Won Won WonMr Mr Fairie 4 11 inir27 inir27Lord Lord Derby 17 20 9S57 9S57Lord Lord Rosebcry S 11 G4K17 G4K17W W Astor 2 7 f4270 f4270Sol Sol Joel 8 IS 4 f fL L do Rothschild K 22 48122 48122P P Nelke 12 17 4G92G 4G92GL L Neumann 111 4r iVt7 iVt7II II PWhitner 18 27 42007 42007Sir Sir W Bass 4 r S7lC S7lCJ J B Joel 14 ll 2OX 2OXI I McCalmont 7 31022 31022II II Lytliam 16 2S38o 2S38oLord Lord VillJers 7 11 272 Lord Durham 14 2018 2018L L Robinson and W Clark t 11 24 jir jirA A K Wigan I 7 2211 2211Major Major Lodcr 5 2106Reid 2106 i Reid Walker i 21 K KW W W Bailey 2 t IDIWO IDIWODuke Duke of Portland 18120 18120R R Mills 7 10 17rir 17rirW W Raphael r 10 17100 17100E E F Schiff 2 4 1 12 12A A P Cunliffe K G irirS2 irirS2Maj Maj G 11 McLaughllu 2 ti 15183 I ISir Sir W Cooper 5 10 1T110 1T110Sir Sir II W B Jardine 14 ir07 ir07Charles Charles Carroll 10 i422 i422Mr Mr Brough i II J King i iII II P Nlekalls i iJ J A de Rothschild 4 1 1J J Musker r Lord Carnarvon 2 C K Howard 2 11110 11110W W II Walker 4 li 1IO 1IOSir Sir R C Garton 1 2 1013S 1013SExcepting Excepting Lemberg the leading winning horses have nearly all remained stationary for the past ten days the other exceptions being a substantial advance bv Seafnrlh and the advent of Mebagcr and Lonauuud in the list of winners of 10000 or more This list Is n as follows followsRuces Ruces Amount AmountHorst Horst and pedigree Won Won WonLembcrg Lembcrg b c by Cyllene Galicia 4 100125 Neil Cow ch c obv Marco Chelan Chelandry dry 3 OS400 Races Amount AmountHorse Horse and pedigree Won Won WonWinkipop Winkipop b f 3 by William the theThird Third Conjure 6 Swynford br c 3 by John oGaunt Canterbury Pilgrim 3 50070 50070Bayardo Bayardo b c 4 by Bay Ronald Ga Galicia licia Rosedrop ch f 3 by St Frusquin Rosaline 3 31765 31765Bachelors Bachelors Double ch c 4 by Treden Tredennis nis Lady Bawn 3 27020 27020Greenback Greenback b c 3 by St Frusquin Evergreen 4 Cellini ch c 2 by Cyllene Sirenia 1 21733 St Nat h or br c 2 by St Denis Nathalie 5 20450 20450Ulster Ulster King b or br c 3 by Persim ¬ mon Tully Lass 3 20233 20233Pietri Pietri b c 2 by St Frusquin Pie PiePowder Powder 4 17710 17710Seaforth Seaforth b c 2 by Symington datn datnby by Timothy Florence Montgomery 3 16337 Sunder ch c 3 by Sundrldge Di ¬ vorce Court 4 14975 14975Elizabctta Elizabctta b f 4 by Diamond Jubilee Red Virgin f fYellow Yellow Slave b f 3 by St Serf Croceum Lonawand br c 3 by Cupbearer St StFlora Flora 13775 13775Meleager Meleager b c 2 by Eager Mesange 5 1372 Lagos ch h 3 by Santoi dam by byWisdom Wisdom Sterling Lass Decision ch c 3 by Count Schomberg BeSure 6 13020 13020Senseless Senseless gr h 5 by Grey Leg Senses 4 11903 11903Admiral Admiral Hawke ch c 3 by Galllnule Admiration 3 11520 11520Declare Declare b c 4 by Desmond Dar ¬ ling Clara 2 10133 10133St St Frusquin had crept closer to Cyllemj In tlie leading sires list bat now that Lemberg has won the rich Jockey Club Stakes at Newmarket the gap between them has widened again decisively Because Cyllene is now in South America It would have been pleasing to British pride to have a home stal ¬ lion head the years list but the expatriated one lias triumphed At present the standing of those Avith 25000 or more to their credit through their progeny is as foljows Win Races Amount AmountSire Sire and pedigree ners Won Won WonCyllene Cyllene 1895 by Bona Vista Arcadia by Isonomy 14 20 139992 139992St St Frusquin 1893 by St Si ¬ mon Isabella by Plebeian 16 31 102629 102629William William the Third 1898 by St Simon Gravity by Wis ¬ dom 14 28 87015 87015Marco Marco 1892 by Barcaldinc Novitiate Iry Hermit 13 1SJ 77370 77370John John oGaunt 1901 by Isin ¬ glass La Fleche by St Si ¬ mon W VFW V Desmond 1896 by St Simon LAbbesse de Jouarre by byTrappist Trappist IS 31 53698 53698Persimmon Persimmon 1S93 by St Simon Perdita II by Hamilton 17 Sundridge 1899 by Amphion Sierra by Springfield 12 Santoi 1897 by Queens Birth ¬ day Merry Wife by Merry MerryHampton Hampton 17 f Symington 1893 by Ayrshire Siphonia by St Simon 12 18 37122 37122Count Count Schomberg 1892 by byAughrlm Aughrlm Clonavarn by Ba Ballol llol 10 21 33130 33130Bay Bay Ronald 1893 dead by byHampton Hampton Black Duchess by byHalliard Halliard Gallinule 1884 by Isonomy Moorhen by Hermit 16 21 33835 33835Tredcnnls Tredcnnls 1898 1 J Kendal St Margaret by Hermit 8 114 33751 33751Eager Eager 1894 by Enthusiast Grecba by Melton 16 28 29372 29372Grey Grey Leg 1S95 by Pepper and andSalt Salt Quetta by Bend Or 7 13 27460 27460Hamburg Hamburg 1895 by Hanover Lrtdy Reel by Fellowcraft S IS 25302 25302Frank Frank Wootton has at last passed Danny Matter in the matter of winning mounts and the ridiur record is now nowJockey Jockey Mts 1st 2d 3d Unp PC Wootton JockeyWootton F 437 91 89 05 192 2082 Maher I 328 89 at 39 146 2713 2713mi Trigg C mi 02 65 06 338 1167 Hlggs W 306 01 61 50 194 1606 Saxby W 274 45 42 34 153 1642 Grlggs Walter 315 41 28 41 205 1301 Rickaby F Jr 312 40 45 30 197 1281 Griggs William 331 41 44 217 1178 Wheatley E 177 35 27 20 95 1977 Fox K 417 35 50 38 294 837 Martin J H 213 31 35 28 119 1455 Randall H 209 31 48 24 166 1152 Telliss II 284 30 33 KJ 189 1056 Tones II 189 29 28 21 111 1587 Templeman A 196 28 15 10 137 1428 Wootton S 307 27 32 29 219 879 Foy C 293 20 22 70 209 887 Ringstead C 313 25 32 37 219 798

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