Some Affairs Of The Turf Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-21


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SOXE AFFAIBS OF THE TUBF ABBOAD At J B Haggins sale at Hoppegarten Germany on Monday November 28 eleven or tin broodmares offered were sold for a total of 28000 marks or roughly 7000 and three others were sold pri ¬ vately The majority had foals at foot and the highest price realized was 1250 for Pouapa 1901 by Watercress Clara Wilson with a brown filly foal by Galveston Among the purchasers were Count L Henckel Herr W Sulzberger Herr von Tachmaun Ucrr A Hempel and the Harzburg Ducal Stud StudFor For the second year in succession H Buxton bas headed the winning jockey list in Roumania be having during the past season ridden twentysix winners In fiftyfour mounts against twentyone winners in fortyone mounts in 1909 He has been riding for A Marghiloman the president of the Roumanian Jockey Club and was on the back of Vifor by Solon La Leattea when he won the Roumanian Two Thousand Guineas Derby and St Leger LegerThe The death of J II Ilouldsworth one of the most respected race horse owners occurred at Ayr on Tuesday night November 29 The deceased who trained with J Ryan at Newmarket won the North ¬ umberland Plate with Falkland In 1873 this being two years after he commenced to race Perhaps his best horse was Springfield which ran fourteen times and was never beaten He also owned Attalus winner of the Manchester Cup and Laveno which appropriated the Jockey Club Stakes in which race Ladas and Sir Visto were unplaced On five occa ¬ sions the deceaseds colors green and gold were to the fore in the Great Yorkshire Handicap one of the winners Balsarroch being subsequently success ¬ ful in the Cesarewitch CesarewitchA A wellknown breeder has passed away in Capt Nqrthey Hopkins of Marchlngton Hall Stafford ¬ shire Among the sires he patronized were Aviug tou Rampiou Volodyovski John oGaunt Mimic Collar Love Wisely and Tanzmeister He bred Bellerophon by Diamond Jubilee which won the Stewards Handicap at Epsom In 1906 for Sir Edgar Vincent also St Ninian the winner of the Chester Vase in 1909 Another from his stud was Stub wood a useful performer

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