Notes Of The Turf From Lands Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-03


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NOTES OF THE TURF FROM LANDS ABROAD James McFaddcn an American jockey who has ridden winners both in America and Hungary has arrived at Newmarket and has been riding work for Modcalfes stable for which lie will ride this year He can go to scale at OS pounds poundsThe The race at Uttoxeter England in which Select ¬ man had a leg broken by a kick from a fallen horse causing his subsequent destruction had the singular result of being declared no race for tho reason that every horse engaged fell and none finished finishedOn On March t Lord Kllesmeres broodmare Investi ¬ gation foaled a bay filly by Ballot This is the first Ballot foal reported in England but there may be others At any rate it is evident that he was not entirely without patronage while standing at Heath Stud Farm last year yearTrainer Trainer II S Pcrsso lias purchased out of the Rathbridge Manor Stable at Tho Curragh Bache ¬ lors Wedding a brother to Bachelors Hope and Bachelors Double at a long figure the Stockbridge trainer presumably mnking the deal on behalf of his patron Mr Derniot McCalmont McCalmontAt At the Lincoln meeting last Tuesday the Lincoln Plato of 1000 for twoyearolds at liveeighths of a mile was won by Charles Kohlcrs chestnut filly Staccato by Africander Squedaddle This filly was iMinght by Mr Kohler at the sale of the Haggin yearlings in England last year for 1550 1550For For the first half of the Australian racing season the now dead Ayr luldie was the leading sire Up to that time thirtyone of his offspring had won elghtyfiv races worth S5S70 Second to him comes Maltster with a total of 53710 Wallace is third with 51IH5 and then follow Positano 51 nr Sir Foote 3 20r Flavus S105 Pistol 31il5 Bobadil 2035 United States 25010 and St Alwyne 25500 25500The The very promising twoyearold O en tie Shepherd by Colin out of Yestcrlinjr dam of Ouatli Haifa was badly cut about ntfiitly through getting loose at Foxhill and colliding with various obstacles in n gallop across country Mr John Coleman has beets in attendance on him and it is hoped that he wilT make a complete recovery though possibly not in time to IK at his best this year This is bad luck for his owner Mr Buchanan as great tilings were expected of the colt

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