Notes of the Turf in Other Lands., Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-09


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NOTES OF THE TURF IN OTHER LANDS. The Irish breeder and turfman. James Palv. lias di-posed of the lime year old Crosshoa. by Anion Moiiy Juno, to the English owner. J. Young. Orosshea was one of the best two. year olds in Ire land las! year, where he won two of his three races. Inclusive of the amount won in stakes at Auteuil on Thursday, April 23, the positions of the lead ing owners of jumpers from the commencement Of the year up to date are U follows: M. A. Veil Picard. 316,645 francs; M. Ch. Lienart, 281,8*0 francs: M. James HtMiW. 853*888 fiancs. Krne-t Dresden, the well known owner, who died on Hnch 10. aged 88, left an estate of the gross value of .221. do;,. ,,i which the net personalty lias been sworn at ,009,635. Among his legacies was aae of ,660 to Mr. Herbert de la Rue. and a similar amount to the Rous Memorial Hospital. Newmarket. In the rata lor the Prix St. George at Auteuil on Thursday. April 28, says the Paris Matin, King George backed Le Mcsnu. ■ horse belonging to Lieutenant Le Reverend. The King was ad vised in his selection | y M. de Itos. of the Societe des St eplechases. and a personal friend of the late King Kdward. Le Mesiiu won at 1."! to 10. LaH SI. Davids throe year old rait. My Prinoi. by Marcovil S:i 1 :i i«-li. caused a sensation at San down Park by taking ii|» 136 pounds and winning the ,966 Tudor Plate over the Sundown mile in a caster from Lord Boaeherrys SaaJeaqae. Prince*-* Dome and t * -1 1 more three year olds, to all of wliieh lie was giving ten pounds. My Prince won nothing last year, but on his showing in this race, lor which Sonlouipie was the favorite, was at once conceded a chance to gain high rank in the rears list of three-year old-. The track American bred hurdler. Castleton. was sent aver to Paris on the occasion of the visit of Kiaa ieorge Mini Qaeen Mary in the hope thai be would leave able to add to the octal of ihe at lair by winning the Prix de Windsor Castle, at Auteuil. April 2.!. but proved unequal to the task and ran unplaced to Zenith II. l.ynv K.w-d ami Coiis.-ri! in M tield of seventeen starters. It was I hurdle race at two and one half miles wilh 18.686 added and Castleton with 161 pounds up was at 10 to 1. r.aml.usa. a daughter of St. Ainant and Catalpa, which defeated a largo field at Newmarket when little fancied, showed her usefulness again at San down Park April 21 bv running awav with the valuable Stud Produce Stake- of ,880 I" the win her. Favouritism rested with Mr. P. Nelkes Am-Unas, which followed Ooiaar System recently, and this yoiiiislor. bv the same sire as Ihe Tetrarch. heat all except Mr. G. I. Smiths tilly. which however, soured in a cantor, with Screamers sister. Lei i v. nei heat. This led some experienced judges lo advance ihe opinion that Rambusa will prove om of the liest two-year aids of the year, early in the season as it is.

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