Notes Of The Turf Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-08


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NOTES OF THE TURF ABROAD Of late King George has been fortunate in racing two of his twoyearolds having won valuable races and given promise of developing into racers of better class than he has so far been favored with At Lingfield July 12 his filly La JIarquIse by JIarcovil Princesse do Galles won the Great Foal Plate of 3G75 to the winner and this was followed by the success of his colt Breakspear In the Chesterfield Stakes at Newmarket July 17 with St100 net Breakspear Is by Spearmint Guinea Hen and impressed the critics favorably Guinea Hen is the dam of Pintadeaii and Anmer both of which havo won races or King George GeorgeHero Hero by the way Is a story which illustrates once more tho lottery of broodmares Jlr Simons Harrison was walking down the Horncastlt road at Woodhall Spa Iji 1905 when he saw in wretchedly poor condition a broodmare which he purchased for 250 After a few mouths of good keep ho induced Mr J T Whipp to purchase her at a profit Jir Harrison throwing in a free subscription to Grey I g for 19H as lu was anxious to see if she would not breed something iiMcful If given a air clmn e Unfortunately she came home barren to the sire of Senseless She a a a then sent to Galloping Lad and exx fttil to Belgium This mare was Countess Cecil whoso son Corniinmit recently won the Grand Critetiiiui dOsteud worth 13010 Horse and Hound

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