Death of Hurry Ons Sire., Daily Racing Form, 1917-03-23


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DEATH OF HURRY ONS SIRE. Following on the death of William the Third, Comes tin- uiws that has been de-stroyed. Maieuxrfl, .1 son --f Marco Lady Villikms. was bred h tic- lata Bake of Devonshire, and was unquestionably a racehorse of ssora than ordinary h -- fulness. H" ran second t-. Polar Star in a me morn - ble "Jubilee." while- later, after being purchased by Mr. Lusoombe for MB guineas, won the Cambridgeshire in a good field, including Land League. Sir Archibald, and Cocfesan II. Moreover, he won practically 0a three legs. At th" stud he- more than Justified expectations. The- fact that he is the sire of Hurry du is sufficient evide-nci- as to that The horse was stricken with paralysis und the ease being hopeleww his destruction was enforced. An erfer of S.Ci !KH had been refused for him re-i-ently. He- was foaled in Hf| and so was only fourteen, years old.

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