Notes of the Turf from Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-16


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NOTES OF THE TURF FROM ABROAD. Moscato has run his last race over hurdles s far ■is the pies .ni jumping season is concerned and will now In- prepared for in- future engagements on the Bat. John Porter, the famous trainer of race horses .a- -.veiny live on Saturday. March 1. Porter trained seven Derby winners, besides eight horses that ran second im the Derby, and two that ran third. W. Karl will in future ride as a free lance. Call, who graduated hi Ihe King-cb n- Stable, is a capable ami trusty horseman, and is not, likely to want for mounts, his ability In the saddle having been well pi" ..I. . Kings t cad t""k up his quarters al Newmarket in readiness for the coming Hat race season, when he will ride as a free lance regularly and i- rerj lit. lb- will be able to g" to scale a I .- pounds. ami i- such a wonderfully strong rider al his weight thai In- should gd plenty of mounts. He has been retained to ride Braadimintiae in tin- Lincolnshire Handicap. The ii-tialiiu stallion Ayr l.aildi". by Ayrshire Catharine Douglas, to Sterling, died a tea weeks Back. At the end of January, which mark- Hu close of the tu-si half of the Australian racing sea sen. A r Laddie was al the head of the lisl ..I winning stallions. Last year he was fourth with fortj winners ..t 1-VJ raoes worth st.v it;.V Cider, the wi -r of the vu-tralian Jockey Club Derby lasl fall, i- a -..ii "t Air Laddie.

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