Notes of the Turf from Other Lands, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-02


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NOTES OF THE TURF FROM OTHER LANDS. George Edwardes Santeve a dual winner of the Livorjiool Cup. now in foal to Orby, will be mated next season with Barcadaile. which keeps company with Santol at Ballykisteen, County Limerick. Long Set will have another seasons racing before going to the stud and will be entered for some of the spring handicaps, including the Lincolnshire, in which he has already made his mark. Mr. Horace Lennard. who gave -100 guineas for Roval Svm nt the Newmarket December sales, has also acquired Kit Grey Leg from Goby, the Epsom trainer, and the two horses have been shipped to India. The capital sprinter and weight carrier Master Hopson has run his last race. He goes forthwith to the stud and will stand at the Hermitage Farm, Font well. Arundel. One of the few Ilerod horses now available, he should not want for patronage. Frank Butters, the eldest son of Joseph Butters, of Newmarket, is in England for the Christmas holi-davs and with his two brothers was at Hurst Park reccntlv. Frank Butters Is the leading trainer m Australia and last season he turned out no fewer than 59 winners for Mr. von Mautner. In all. his stable patrons amassed the large sum of 30,000 in stakes. Several voung American horses have already made their mark at jumping in England since the close of the fiat racing season. At Hurst Park December 1! P. Nolkos bay gelding. Stung Again by oter--Mosquito, won tlie Throe-Year-Old Hurdle Race at a mile and a half from thirteen opixments. of which Surge was the 11 to 10 favorite, but was unplaced. Stung Again was an outsider in the betting at 100 to S, but won easily by two lengths.

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