Notes of the Turf from Other Lands, Daily Racing Form, 1915-07-21


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NOTES OF THE TURF FROM OTHER LANDS. Mr. K. Crokers horses have hit Parkiaaosa -stahles at the Curraga, and are nuvv trained by Frenderast at chncairii. Ilaaaaaag has hen turned out of training, liav in- fallen lame, and he will commence- stud life at Motiltoii Paddocks next season. A. Saxby, brothel of W. s.ivhv. the ioehey. rode the winner of the Hanish Derby recently, and was successful oil another mount the same day. T. J. Bartigaa, a brother of tin- Oghoarae trahaer. Fat Uartigaa, was operated on recently for append! citis. iu. is doing well in a private hospital in llllhlili. BloaaetUMla. the smart 1 i-is.ii fear-year-oM tiih. Iiy st. F.reiniaii lair Wind, having been s,,|,i i,v •I. J. 1arkinson to an Indian sportsman, has h-n The Carragh for B hay. RoMaeadale, whk-b is aeae the worse for his sue lessfnl exidoit in the Princeas Ol Wales Slakes. will now he reserved for the Jockey Cluh Slakes of 0,000 ai the Newmarket First October meet lag. on the Irish Derby, which was of the nominal value of 2,500. then- was a surplus of .125. *o that, alter paying hreeders- honuscs and place money receivable hy the owners of the second and third horses, the net value |i the winner was 2,150. Voltaire, hy Volodyovski Ironic 11.: GrarcaasM, by Jaqnemart Bonny Isabel; Ooat he Late, by F.eppo Jactilate: and Sjieak the Truth, by Sim. hi s.piare — Shame the Devil, have been purchased by Mr. John Coleman for abroad, ami have left Fpsom for India. F.rass Lock, flic well-kaowu selling ateeplcchaaer. the property uf Mr. Bernard Mortimer, broke his lex while at exercise June 28, and had to be destroyid. During his career Iba was foaled in 1901 i the son of Buabury was the winner of about twenty steeplechases, and had never been known to fall. A. TayFr. who has ridden 500 winners in Belgium, and wis al the head of the jockeys list with ninety three successes In -1 year when the war broke i in. has received a commission in the Middlesex Veoiuaniy. Taylor, before he went to Belgium, ras attached to K-hinsons stable al PoxbilL He rode a winn-r at the last y,r Meeting. With the exception of Neville, all the nineteen entered iu the Two Year old Plate at Newmarket. -1 1 1 1 v 1. were •nter.-d lo lie soil for ,000. Nevilles value beaaat placed at doable that sum. and -•■ be had to concede weight all round. This made little difference, however, for Batters youngater made the whole of the running, subsequently being bought hy A. J. .lovni r for ,830 The Irish Derhy. run June ::i. was won hv The Curragh-trained Ballaghtobin, tin- property of Lord Decies, this lieing much the rlcheat nrne offered in Ireland during the year. Achtoi, which flniabed fourth to Fiininern for the New Derhy. held his position as favorite, with Ballaghtobin and Croin-dnle mosth fancied of the others. The trio were also the fust three home, though the • BngUah-traiaed pair coold and occupy the places. The Aaaerlcan colt Wntergmel, which defeated forty-one opponents in the Welter Handicap at Newmarket last month, was hacked like a good thing for the Milton Welter. July 1. only Sir Eager of the other twenty-four runners Isdni; seri- ■raslj considered. The pair altogether failed, ami Rather Folder, which carried a penalty for win- aiag the Hare Park Handicap, scored by a neck itter a tine Balsa with Cerval. the French hop ,. Babbie, being last. At Itoppegartea on Kaaday. Jaae " ». the ua-piriant lnion Beaaen. at a mile ami three-eighths. value 2,500, was won hv llerr U. Haniels brown colt Laagnard, by Your Majeaty Ladora, with Koih up. from Freiherr V Opiienheims Roi Soleil. Cradilz Studs Anschluss and live others. He he |on-s to the No. 21 family, his dam being hy l.adas Dorothea, by Sterling Cherry Duchess. From this it will he sen that Dorothea was a sister to the Two Thousand Cuineas winner. Enthusiast. Mr. Samuel Horde ra. the owner of F.ronzino. which ran second to Swyaford in the St. Leger, anil won the Doacaster Cap. is the new president •f the Royal Society of New South Wales, Australia, in succession ,,f t|lt ].-■ to Sir Francis Hat tor. The honor was conferred upon him hv an overwhelming vote of the members. He was previously a vice-president, and had for many years been a popular and hard-working member if the Council. As an exhibitor, particularly of Jersey cattle, he has heen conspicuously successful at the Sydnev Show year after year. His many friends in Kagland will he glad to hear of Mr. Horderns "promotloa." The Iuke of Daaabridge Iiandicap at Newaaarket, June 30. resulted in a rictory IT the French owned Khedive HI., the .joint favorites. Magyar mil Warlinghara. being unplaced. The winner started al "tens." the - iiaiil. The Eoreal a! 100 to s. aad the third. MoIihcz. al Kill to 7. The Khedives form baa been qalte consistent: he has no: been unplaced for two years. Bariier in the month i;il|iius charge Bniabed second iu the big ti. hi of forty two to Watergrnel, while he defeated sun Yal in Slay. Warlingham was expected to do well over thi- course, hut failed to reproduce his running of last year, although reported to be at his beat. Marcus appeared to he whaling the Frincess Plate at Newmarket, July J. in a canter hut when a ah .it distance from the |h.s! the colt crossed his loirs mid nearly fell, enabling Cretan Swell, tbe pn perty of Mr. I. do Rothschild, to yet up and score hy a hall" length, ihis made a big difference to backers, for while Manns started favorite nl 5 10 -. the winner was on offer at 33 to 1. ami some bookmakers offered 50 to 1. Anally reprc-Mented the Whatcombe Stable in preference to Wist, ti gh M. Hultons youngster could only Bniah third. In the corresponding event last year lineal M. made a winning debut, hut has not gained hrai kets since then. On that occasion Desmond M. was a hot favorite, with Foiniuern on offer at Lo tl t_ It is understood that all th" sporting trophies belonging to the late Captain the Hon. W. It. V.v milium, who was killed in action at Zil.cheke. Belgium, last Noveiiiher. are to he disti ihuted in ; i-.i ii t ii.-i in . where he resided daring the hunting sea on. Twenty-one beads of various wild animals at-.- to in- given to the borough; an electrolier in the form of a snake, mounted on a South African tree stump, two heads on mounts, two elephant ami tw.. l.ulTal • hoofs are lo :_0 to the Conservative Cluh: and two heads with how and poisoned at rows are to bee the property of the Workmens cluh. The late Fapt. Wyndhanis old aervant, Mr. W. Bell, is to he flu- recipient of the remaining trophies. London Sportsman. An extremely popular victor] al Newmarket July I was that id l/e oisaire iii the Weslhv Flate. The Ihis,. belongs t the French owner, M. A Pellerin, whose colors are as nearly as possible the British Fnion Jack. The event was for borne not trained at Newmarket, and there was rumor ot an objection on the ground that the winner had I n at the turf headquarters beyond the decreed lime, though ii ,s understood thai I.e Poraalre did not leave Iran o until aftef June 1. and was thus qualtaed to run. No objection was lodged. The • ii. i ess was secured in runaway fashion, and when ii is remembered that Iba cull dnlsbed third lo Sardinia mile lor tin- French Derhy last year, and had ■ niv been oal boec since then, his chance was ohvious iii the nsaderata -"— t"*mr !-•■ Cursairc was tbe i ,nt of o. Orant. the rr-pch toTt-fiy*: the winner being hy the Kajgtrah aorae, RabaJais.

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