Notes of the Turf in Other Lands, Daily Racing Form, 1914-04-15


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NOTES OF THE TURF IN OTHER LANDS. l.ouvois i bpjug specially trained lo run in t he Coronation Cup at Epsom on May 28. A. Duller has returned to England from India, ■where he nnished the season by figuring third on the list of winning jockeys. The Balford Borough Handicap, at Manchester Whit-sun meeting, which was advertised to close on March 21. did not till, and will be reopened. This was one ..f tne events won by Whisk Broom II. while be was in England. H. Randall rode his irsl winner in the Royal pur pie when In- got home lirst on Sunny Lake in the Greeahani Stakes at Newbury. He rode several tones for King Edward VIE. but never before bad the honor of steering a winner in the Royal colors. W. Higgs, tin- ex -Joe key, is experiencing much success as a breeder. He has only seven mares, and already ikisscsscs four colts and two fillies. His latest "arrival" was a bay eolt by bis old favorite. Land Leagw — Bit of a Devil, which now visits Amaiiis. J%e chioveiy Handicap was contested at the Newbury spring meeting, April 1. by twenty-two 1 horses and was won by Hie Keeue rastofl Wainha. by Ben Brush— Cap and Bells, with the VThltney csstoft Mix Up, by Broossstick Hurley Burtey, sec ond. Further backing tor The Tetrarea cut his Epsom Derbj odd down on April I from :; to I to 2 to I, bett of ,500 to ,500 and 15,000 to ,000 being among those registered s0 to 00 was laid ■ number of times before the final cut to 2j to 1 was made. At Newbury, April l. King George won his nist race of this year when his colt Suuny Lake, a son of Sundridge Pearl of the Loch, carried off the Greeaham Stakes at a mile from eleven opponents, winning bv two lengths with Francois second and General Gowan third. Sergoi. Land of Soug and I Bone ville were among the unplaced ones. The race ■ was of the net value of ,505. Sunny Lake is ; not in the Derby but is in tbe Two Thousand Guineas - and has a great chance of winning this Mg race unless The Tetrarcb is sent to the post.

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