French Honor Deceased Turfmen, Daily Racing Form, 1914-02-12


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TRENCH HONOR DECEASED TURFMEN. "ihe ciinitnittee of the Society d Encouragement i n i to discuss and vote on the prognun for 1911. This pr igrain, having been transmitted immediately ui the .Minister of Agriculture, will be officially aunoiiiictd next. week. It is understood that in its inati features it remains the same as that of last year. Two important prizes will change names and ":sre destined to recall the memory of two gr-it spirtsinrii who died last year. That of the lnx i"a Ccdre becomes the Prix Henri Delamarrc, and the IsK dc la Neva besiues the Irix ltertettx. The Ilix in Codre is one of the old classics of the So-ei y dFncoiiragenient. It figured in the program of i-SliC. as the leading race of the first day of the siii;i uer meeting. In ihe .same year the colors of M Dclamitrre had been gloriously represented in the two great prizes of Chantilly by Victorieuse and i loivntiii. The value of the Irix dti Oedre lias in rcei lit years risen from ,000 to ?1 0,000. Oider still is the Irix de la Neva, inscribed sinee 1-il on the program of the summer meeting at Iing- Lamps. This prize has remained always a feature jf the meeting, which because of its international character responds so well to the ideas of the re-bt; tied Count de Ilerteux on the sporting relations f the two great countries concerned.- I.e Jockey. Paris.

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