Some Early English Twi-Year-Olds, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-26


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SOME EARLY , ENGLISH TWO-YEAR-OLDS. News is still scarce as regards two-year-olds, but 1 am pleased to hear good accounts of Arcbe-laus, a gray colt by Koi Ilcrode out of Foreshore, owned by Sir R. Waldie Griffith and trained by R. Sherwood. That a high opinion was formed of this youngster may be assumed from the fact that he has been nominated for no fewer than forty-nine races, and I trust he will justify the confidence reposed in blni. He can make a first appearance at the Newmarket First Spring Meeting. Most of the young horses are backward, and very few real trials have taken place, though some have been roughe.l up. Watson generally has some ready for the Open iug of the season, and may have one such in Sand-mole, an A 111 efi can-bred bay colt by Rock Sand out of Merry Token, of Mr. Belmonts, whose colors lie may carry prominently In the Hrocklesby Stakes, ; as he has been going well with Yuba Hill. In the same stable, and engaged in the same race, Is Mr. L. le Rothschilds Fantarie, a level-made, racinglike colt by St. Amaur, out of Fanager, that has been shaping well at exercise, but he has yet to be put through his facings. Lord Rosebery has a brace of fine lillies under the charge of P. Feck, one a bay by Dark Ronald out of Chelandry, all of whose produce race; the other a brown by Thrush out of Signoriiietta, a sensational winner of the Derby and Oaks. but. as frequently happens with a first foal, she is small, although handsome as paint. Mr. !. Lauibton has two Hrocklesby chances with .Mr. A. Jamess bay filly by Chaucer out of Oriueda, and Lord Wolvertons .Menthol, a bay filly by St. Friisquin out. of .Marsh Mint, of which the former is, perhaps, the more promising by reason of greater size, but she "may want time before showing at her best. Menthol is undersized and inclined to be excitable, but she gives one the impression of going fast and coming quickly to hand. Martin Gurrys string is limited considering his long experience as a successful trainer, but he has a brace of promising youngsters in St. Vivid and St. Vagrant, though it Is not. a good sign that both these sons of St. Vie-trix. Hit; one from Cistus, and the other from Jarita. have been unsexed. They belong to Mr. 11. G. Feiiwick, but are backward, and neither is likely to be cherry ripe for Lincoln. A little undersized Sailcloth, which can do duty for Mr. " Raphael, 1 is a sprightly looking colt by Louviers out of Skyscraper; which herself won the Hrocklesby, but he may require more time before coming to his liest. Mr. F. Lambtou has a line lilly in Lord Coventrys Finality, by St. Martin certain to make a big mark as a sire out of Finale, that has been moving like a winner in embryo, and note may be made of Mr. Rower Ismays three, if for no other reason than that they are so heavily engaged. Allusion is Hindi to Strathmashie. a brown colt by Desmond out of Thrums, which cost 1030 guineas; Costello, chestnut colt, by Marco out of Perjury: and Mem, chestnut colt, by Marcovil out of Lady Birdie. "Vigilant" in London Sportsman.

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