Gossip Of The Turf From Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-25


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF FROM ABROAD Nimbus which had split a pastern at Epsom has SOUL to the stud at La Chuiissee ChuiisseeTim Tim useful horse Claqueuient bought for a long price at the Newmarket July sales by 1 A de Rothschild lias been given the new name Borro vinn vinnThe The price paid by Sir William Nelson for the Blshopscourt Stud farm in Ireland which he has pnreliased from Lord Clonmel is said to be about 100000 100000The The stallion Dark Ronald has been sold to the German Government for the rei orted price of 123000 after passing a veterinary examination satisfactorily A good favorite for the St Leger was found In London July 8 in Lonrols which was substantially befriended at 11 to 4 and 5 to 2 against closing easy at the latter rate rateThe The immediate cause of the death of the famous sire Desmond which died at the Fort Union Stud recently was enlargement of the heart Lord Dunraven had him insured for 50000 50000At At Newmarket July 3 II P Whitneys Stick ¬ pin by Burgomaster Xela won A Two YearOld Selling Plate from seventeen other twoyearolds and was Iwnght by J A do Rotheschild who has renamed him Albany Beef BeefEniil Eniil Hcrz who formerly was quite prominent In Chicago and New York racing is collecting a stable In England and his horses are trained by Kelly at Epsom His Colors are white green shoulder bars and green cap capAt At the Amiens Meeting on Monday July 7 the French apprentice jockey L Bara met with a bad accident He was riding Ophelia HI in the Apprentices Plate when his mount fell and kicked him when on the ground with the result that his skull was fractured On the morning of Julv 10 under the charge of John Drlscoll the disqualified Derby winner Crag afionri which was purchased soon after Hie race by Martinez de Hoz left Newmarket en route to his new home in the Argentine Republic where lie is to go to the stud studSince Since the last meeting at Newmarket a new box lias been erected for the use of the judge at each winning post and a marked innovation is thit the chairs have been set much farther back than was formerly the case Mr Robinson now lias a better view of animals running wide on the right rightSince Since running at Ascot Chili II has been sold to Senor Martinez de Hoz the recent purchaser of Craganour Last year besides winning two hurtle races Chili II won the Nottingham Spring Handi ¬ cap City and Suburban Handicap and the Ascot Heighwclght Handicap and this year was victorious in the Ncwbury Summer Cup CupAn An interesting memento of the sale of Craga ¬ nour is on view In a gold frame In Mr Clarence Hailers window in the High street Newmarket Tills is the chock for 100000 sent by Ernest Tan ¬ ner to C Bowser Ismay for the son of Desmond For those who wish to know when the sale was completed the check is dated June 0 0When When Mr Halm had Galleot under his cliargo nt Epsom a lot was thought of the sou of Ocean Wave Mr Kgerton who then owned the good looking horse had him photographed by Clarence 1 Tailor at Newmarket and recently that picture whs sent to the National Art Exhibition In couuee Vion with the ilorse Show at Olympla and f WO exhibits Galieots picture took tirst prize prizeOne One of the features of the Newmarket Sales July was the number of gray youngsters In the cata ¬ logue Sir William Cooke bought two of these one a daughter of Uoi Hcrodc the sire of the IVtrarch and another a daughter of Grey Leg Colonel Storey bought another daughter of Grey Log for guineas and J P Arkwright got a fourth gray daughter of Grey Leg for 010 guineas guineasThe The exGrand National candidate Mr Fells Hlghbridge is still on the Continent running in steeplechases On Sunday July C carrying the top weight of IK pounds he was not in the first six to Captain Schonbergs Tory Hill II for the Great Bremen Steeplechase of 7r0 sovereigns two miles and six furlongs and a half The winner which carried 142 pounds is an aged horse l y Terrapin out of Grange which as a fiveyearold in 1011 won four minor steeplechases in Ireland

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