Notes of the Turf in Lands Abroad, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-16


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NOTES OF THE TURF IN LANDS ABROAD. W. Raphaels colt, Louvois, which has proved so , disappointing iu his second season, will forego his ; engagements at Newmarket and does not run again , tills year. H. P. Whitneys Watercress Hamburg Belle lilly, Bellefontaine was without a quotation in the 1 Welter Handicap at Newmarket October 2, but defeated the favorite, Newmarket, by a length and a half. Anibusli. another well-backed candidate, finished fifth, while Desborough, engaged in the Duke of York Stakes and Cesarewitch, was just beaten out of a place. v The well-known steeplechaser, The Duffrey, owned by S. Hill Wood, and trained by P. Whitaker, has died from inflammation, and the loss is a severe one. He was an aged gelding by Springtime or Blair Hope- Haulliowline. and among his successes were the Lancashire Handicap Steeplechase, at Manchester, an event which he won both in 1910 i and the following year, and the Scottish Grand National. The Premio Jockey Club distance one mile and a quarter, which was worth to the winner 3,900, willi a piece of plate added, was run for at Buenos Ay res on September 7, and won by the Ituzaingo , Studs lliree-year-oid. Asturians, by Old Man out of Small Glass H. Sonuaiii up, from Energica F. Arcuri, Indiecita M. Lema. and nine others. The winner scored by a length and a half in the good 1 time 2:0::. W. Duke, the American trainer, after a "cure" at Vichy ami a fortnight passed at Nimes, has returned to Saint-lniis de Ioissy. He leaves shortly for New York, and will not return to France until the middle of February. W. K. Vandorbilts colors will not le seen on the fiat during the remainder of the season, and several of his two-year-olds will pass the winter at the same place in the Gard I where Petulance was sent two years ago. London Sportsman. Prince Palatine has quit racing for the stud, where lie will stand at a fee of 400 guineas. His subscription list is full for 1914. 1915 and 1910. Anyone wishing to send a mare to the son of Persimmon has straightway to incur a liability of 1,200 guineas, or slightly over ,000. This is localise any breeder wishing to secure a nomination has to liook for three years. Even on those terms Mr. Joel is being inundated with applications, and if he limits Prince Palatine to 25 marcs each season outside his own, he is assured of nearly 55,-000 3t tlitf outset of his horses stud career. i

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