Notes Of The Turf Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-16


view raw text

NOTES OF THE TURF ABROAD The Irish Derby of 1915 has closed with 128 nominations which is a record subscription for the chief threeyearold event In Ireland Amongst the subscribers are King George who has taken three nominations The Irish Oaks which has been made of the value of a thousand sovereigns has also obtained a record subscription of 72 His Majesty has also honored the lillies race by his patronage He lias engaged a couple of now year ¬ lings Several other breeders in England have also given support to the two races racesCragauonrs Cragauonrs twoyearold sister Glorvina made her racing debut in the Mersey Stakes at the Liver ¬ pool July meeting and made a great impression She is owned by Lord Derby and cost 3000 guiueas The stable did not fancy her chances apparently as the daughter of Desmond was on offer at tens Mr Joels Princess Dorrie being installed favorite hut Glorvina made every inch of the running and scored in a canter by two lengths from the favorite with Mr Hultons Siller a head away The winner Is one of the best looking of Desmonds daughters and holds a number of engagements Including the Gimcrack Stakes and next year the Oaks and St

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1913081601_1_4
Library of Congress Record: