Notes of the Turf from Other Lands, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-02


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NOTES OF THE TURF FROM OTHER LANDS. Frank Wootton, Stanley Wootton and AV Huxley will leave England on December 3 for a holiday trip to Australia. Huxley, who next season will take up residence at Newmarket, will probably return before the others. Among the winning .sires during the French fiat race year which has just terminated Flying Fox is first, his produce having secured 35,370 in stakes. He is run closely by Elf with a total of 33,093. Chouberski is third with 00,174. Jockey C. Foy, who won the Manchester November Ilhndicap on Dalmatian, intends going to Switzerland with his wife ami family and then on to Buenos Ay.res for a couple of mouths and will not return to England until shortly before the opening of the next Hat race season. The well-known Hungarian jockey, Geza Jauek, heads the winning list this year in Austria-Hungary with a total of HQ successes. He was also first In 1909 with 10 wins, and has twice been second, twice third and three times fourth in other years. From the time of bis first mount in 1901 he has ridden in ail in 2,741 races, of which he has .won 003 and finished second in 500. The "Allgeiiieiuc Zeit-ung" Vienna says that he nowadays finds it difficult to go to scale at 124 pounds.

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