Notes of the Turf from Abroad, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-12


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t NOTES OF THE TURF FROM ABROAD. l. iieibeii has beer- engaged to ride Lavall la tb. Llm-otasbire Handicap. s. Darling;, the Beckhaaaptoa trainer, baa returned home from his sea voyage to South Anna and is i much Improved in health While iii Australia It. Woottoa -pent i good deal ] of time in the country, lie pal In at the station ii. ..i tndoholln, mi the Lacfalan, and after looking over aome of the 40.000 a. re-. Wool ton hongbl Brewet oat, says the "Australasian." i Blowpipe, at latest advices third choice for the Liverpool Grand national Steeplechase, i- on his dam- side American-bred, she being the mare Ballista. bred :it Rancbn del Paso and sold in England a- a yearling by .1 jt. Haggin In 1808. She i- by Artillery Kathleen, by Hurrah. Of the homes in charge of the rule. ;-o it trainer Iniiltliu aite. i. Bower Istnays Wilkiu-iown. Bloodstone. Jacobus, Kirkblooni. Dalnaspldal. Balblair, Ten bury, Kindrogan, Corah? Bey. Kenia. Ilostaeen ami Balscaddeo. have left Hcdnesford for 1. Haiti cans place :n Weyblll. Bloodstone and Jacobus are in the : in in! National ami Balblair in Hie Lincoln -lure Handicap. Mr. . H. Jones Bathnallj has ;il- i been -enl lo YVe.vhill to be trained by Bartigan. Tin re was practically no change in the position up to February 25 In London in the wagering n either the Lincolnshln Handicap or Hand National inn to i; being -till offered on the field for the one, and mo lo s for the other. "Lincolnshire" eandl dates nuotalde were Eton Boy. Long Set. Uncle Pal :.iul l.e I put ilmi to Hi. ami Tuxedo 25 lo I, while for the •National" liathnally and CarseJ 1 100 to R ami Blowpipe il"" lo ,i were tl aly .me- mentioned. Tie death took place February 24, al her resl-ileuee. Warren House, -Newmarkei. of Mis. Haw-on. widow of tie- late John Dawson, the well known trainer, and mother of the present Joha Dawaon, who trains for Lord Rlleamere and other patron- ai St. All. an- House. Another sou is Ueorga Dawson, « ho some years ago trained with marked succe* |,.r ih. Imke id 1.. Miami, bill is now retired. - daughter of Mrs. Dan was the wife of the great key, Fred ni.ei. Mrs. Dawaon, who had been : i j 1 1 1 1 -_T i n - lime p.i-i. was close on eight] yc n ol ,i •

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