English Flat Racing Nearing End.: Few Important Events Remaining to Be Disposed of--Royal Entries in Irish Races., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-19


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ENGLISH FLAT RACING NEARING END Few Important Events Remaining1 to Be Disposed of Royal Entries in Irish Races London Eng November 5 The end of our flat racing season of 1910 is in plain sight and but few races of genuine importance remain to be disposed of principal in value and interest being the Liver ¬ pool Autumn Cup Derby Cup and Manchester No ¬ vember Handicap the latter being the last big flat race of the year Afterwards the jumpers will hold sway until the flat races come into their own again at Lincoln next March Most of the big stables have been retired to winter quarters with here and there a horse or two kept in training for such races as those named Of the winners of the clas ¬ sics Swynford may be seen In action at Liverpool where he is In the Liverpool St Leger and an easy prospective winner if sent to the post Amongst postAmongst the entries for the Irish Derby of 1912 are his majestys colt by Florizel II out of Guinea Hen and his colt by Thrush out of Laodamia while the kings filly by Florizel II out of Sweet Venial has been nominated for the Irish Oaks of the same year yearThough Though It was a near thing between F Wootton and Mahcr at the close of last week the younger jockey has gone away again and despite anything but a successful time of it at the Newbury meeting he shows at present an advantage of seven over his rival their respective scores being Wootton 122 Malier 115 Trigg who rode three winners his only mounts at Doncaster yesterday has been going great guns lately and now puts his third place In the winning list at the close of the season beyond dispute with a total of ninety to date dateNnage Nnage Count LehndorfTs recent purchase is ad ¬ vertised in Deutscher Sport to stand at Gradltz next season His list of mares other than those belong ¬ ing to the Graditz Stud is to be limited to ten at a fee of 77GO 77GOTlie Tlie death of Prince Francis of Teck has occa ¬ sioned very genuine regret in Ireland where during the time he was quartered In Dublin with his regi ¬ ment and later when he was associated with the Remount Department he enjoyed great1 popularity A keen man to hounds he was the conspicuous figure with the Mcath and Ward for several seasons when though he rode a big weight he could hold his own with the best in a long gallop and he was very proud the day he won the Regimental Welter at Old Falryhonso Some fifteen years ago Prince Francis patronized thV principal Irish racemeeiings andIn 1815 he had the mortifying experience of laying and losing the sensational wager of 30000 to 95000 on Bcllevin for the Stewards Plate at the Curragh The race referred to looked absolutely at the mercy of that good horse but to the consternation of not a few Winkfields Pride afterwards destined to win renown ruthlessly floored the odds laid on T Li Plunketts hitherto unbeaten colt This net was made with the late Patsy Cadogan who not caring to stand the full amount divided it up with Klchard Kavanaugh and John James all of whom like the Prince are now alas no more The affair caused a big stir at the time as well It might having regard to the magnitude of the transaction transactionGraf Graf G Lehndorff the father of the Gradltz man ¬ ager is to retire next year after a quarter of a century of active service as oberlandstallmeister first master of the horse which in Germany is a post AgricultureD connected with the Ministry of Agriculture D Malier celebrated his twentyninth birthday on Saturday October 29 and when riding Gals Gos ¬ sip to victory In the Westenhanger Selling Handicap drew level with F Wootton in the winning list of jockeys The latter however took the lead again In the following event eventMajor Major Loder has sold his sire Baltinglass by Isinglass out of Sibola to Baron Wedel and his destination is Germany GermanyIt It has been arranged for Sir Ernest Casscls horses to be trained by Brewer and they will join his establishment at the end of the season seasonIn In the list of owners with stable earnings of 15 000 or more to their credit the principal change effected In the course of the past week was the ad ¬ vancement of Leopold de Rothschild to fifth place Others to make additions were Mr Fairie Lord Derby Lord Rosebery L Neumann P Nelke Sol Joel J B Joel Lord Villlers and A E WIgan Mr Whitneys stable was inactive and the list is now nowWing Wing Races Amount AmountOwner Owner Horses Won Won WonMr Mr Fairie C 10 1G9900 1G9900Lord Lord Derbv 20 35 113177 113177II II P Whitney 21 35 69795 69795Lord Lord Rosebery 8 12 65912 65912L L de Rothschild 17 27 59040 59040W W Astor 2 9 58983 58983P P Nelke 13 26 57926 57926L L Neumann 7 15 57847 57847Sol Sol Joel 10 24 r7140 r7140JBJoel JBJoel 16 22 43240 43240Sir Sir W Bass 4 6 37285 37285D D McCalraont 6 9 35947 35947II II Lytham 10 19 30640 30640Lord Lord Villiers 7 14 30155 30155A A E WIgan 5 8 28865 28865Lord Lord Durham 10 16 28770 28770Major Major Loder 3 26890 26890L L Robinson and W Clark 9 11 24615 24615Reid Reid Walker 3 5 21165 21165Duke Duke of Portland 6 7 21080 21080Maj Maj G H McLaughlin 2 8 19985 19985W W W Bailey 3 19330 19330R R Mills 7 10 17515 17515W W Raphael 5 10 17190 17190A A P Cunllffe 5 6 16582 16582E E F Schlff 2 4 15912 15912Lord Lord Falmouth 3 4 15572 15572T T Pllklngton 2 4 15125 15125Sir Sir W Cooper 5 10 15110 15110Sir Sir U W B Jardine 9 14 15073 Of the horses that have won 15000 or more this year Greenback and St Nat were the only ones that added to their earnings and the list is as follows followsRaces Races Amount AmountHorse Horse and pedigree Won Won WonLemborg Lemborg b c 3 by Cyllene Galicia 7 119195 Winkipop b f 3 by William the theThird Third Conjure 8 57998 57998Xeil Xeil Gow ch c 3 by Marco Che Chelandry landry 3 55400 55400Swynford Swynford br c 3 by John oGaunt Canterbury Pilgrim 3 50070 50070Bayardo Bayardo b c 4 by Bay Ronald Ga Galicia licia 4 39492 39492Rosedrop Rosedrop ch f 3 by St Frusquiii Rosaline 31765 31765Borrow Borrow b g 12 by Hamburg Forget 7 27920 Bachelors Double ch c 4 by Tre Tredenuis denuis Lady Bawn 3 27O20 27O20Greenback Greenback b c 3 by St Frusquin Evergreen 5 25200 25200St St Nat b or br c 2 by St Denis Nathalie 6 22475 22475Cellini Cellini ch c 2 by Cyllene Sircnia 1 21735 Seaforth b c 2 by Symington dam damby by Timothy Florence Montgomery 4 20552 Ulster King b or br c 3 by Per ¬ simmon Tally Lass 3 20235 20235Pietri Pietri b c 2 by St Frusquin Pie PiePowder Powder 4 17710 17710Sunder Sunder ch c 3 by Sundridge Divorce DivorceCourt Court 6 1G810 Continued on second page ENGLISH FLAT RACING KEAHING END Continued from first page Yellow Slave b f 3 by St Serf Crocuuin Santoi has advanced considerably in the sires list listbut but otherwise It is not greatly changed from wliat wliatit it was a week ago those now credited with 25000 25000or or more through the earnings of their progeny be ¬ ing ingWin Win Races Auiount Sire and pedigree ners Won Won WonCylleue Cylleue 1895 by Boua Vista Arcadia by Isouomy 1C 27 182402 182402St St Frusquin 1S93 by St Si ¬ mon Isalnlla by Plebeian 17 36 118748 118748William William the Third 1898 by St Simon Gravity by Wis ¬ dom 1C 34 100076 100076Marco Marco 1892 by Barcaldine Novitiate by Hermit 15 21 j 79345 79345Persimmon Persimmon 1893 by St Simon Perdita II by Hampton 19 30J 71077 71077John John oGaunt 1U01 by Isin ¬ glass La Flecbe by St Si ¬ mon 5 9 63060 63060Desmond Desmond 18JC by St Simon LAbbesse de Jonarre by Trappist 19 34 60503 60503Sundridge Sundridge 1S99 bv Amphiou Sierra by Springfield 13 25 5554 5554Hamburg Hamburg 1895 by Hanover Lady Reel by Fellowcraft 9 1 1Symington Symington I89S by Ayrshire Siphonia by St Simon 12 12Santoi Santoi 1897 by Queens Birth ¬ day Merry Wife by Merry Hampton 21 27j 40027 40027Gallinule Gallinule 1884 by Isonomy Moorhen by Hermit 18 4O ftnrt ftnrtCount Count Schomberg 1892 by Aughrim Clonavarn by Ba liol 11 24 38235 38235Tredcnnis Tredcnnis 1898 by Kcndal St Margaret by Hermit 12 171 36471 36471Eager Eager 1894 by Enthusiast Grecba by Melton 18 35 36302 36302Bay Bay Ronald 1893 dead by Hampton Black Duchess by Galliard 2 5 33992 33992Grey Grey Leg 1895 bv Pepper and andSalt Salt Quetta by Bend Or 7 16 31085 31085Rock Rock Sand 1900 by Sainfoin Roquebrune by St Simon 9 19 30895 30895Meddler Meddler 1890 by St Gatien Busybody by Petrarch 9 9Frank Frank Wootton has drawn away from Danny Ma her again and will increase his lead for the reason that Mahcr is not likely to do much riding at such meetings of 1910 as remain to be disposed of The riding record of the year is now Jockey Mts 1 1Wootton 1st 2d 3d Unp PC Wootton F 567 12 12Mahcr 122 112 85 248 2151 Mahcr D 407 11 64 49 179 2825 Trigg C 640 90 82 76 392 1406 1406Iliggs Iliggs W 425 67 67 62 229 1576 Rickaby F Jr 33 240 1290 Saxby W 289 47 43 34 165 1626 Griggs Walter S61 40 45 22 1301 Griggs William WilliamFox 389 44 49 56 240 1131 Fox F 485 41 55 51 338 845 Wheatley E 198 4O 29 21 108 2011 Martin J H 248 39 39 32 138 1572 Randall H 308 38 52 29 189 1233 Jelliss H 342 36 40 37 229 1052 RUigstead C 375 31 38 43 263 826 Jones H 212 30 34 22 126 1415 1415Wootton Wootton S 346 30 41 34 241 867

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