Three Future Eligibles for Kings Plate: Montreal Breeders Report the Arrival of Two Fillies and a Colt Foal, Son of Malamont., Daily Racing Form, 1917-03-24


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THREE FUTURE ELIGIBLES FOR KINGS PLATE Montreal Breeders Report the Arrival of Two Fillies and a Colt Foal, Son of Malamont. Montreal. Que., March 23.— Thoroughbred foals are now reported to be arriving at the quarters of the breeders of blooded stock hereabouts. Within the past few days the future has been provided for by the addition of a colt and two fillies, and. if all Bees well with them, they will ao doubt ■part silks, in the Kings Plate three years hence. All three of them are bred along good lines, with their progenitors going back to the lx-st of American and English stock. The first of these foals was a chestnut filly, a daughter of Oiseau -Sans Coour. It is now three weeks old and was foaled at Donat Raymonds farm near Dorval. Sans Coeur. while the property of Sir H. Montagu Allan, the president of the Mon Heal Jockey Club, sent several horses to the races, the most notable of which was Irish Heart, which won the Kings Plate for Mr. Raymond after he had purchased the colt and the dam from Sir Montagu. The filly on the tale male side goes direct to English stock, the sire of Sans Coeur being the horse Golden Garter, sire of many of the best race horses in America, and he by the great Bend Or. The latter was by Donoastor. and he by Stockwell. the sire of three Derby winners, including Don-caster. Bend Or was also a Derby winner, and his dam. Rouge Rose, was by the Derby winner Thar-manby. Son of Malamont — Lady t Irish Arrives. March 10 there was foaled at the Ingals farm, on the Liesse road, a good-looking chestnut colt by Norman Macfurlaues Lady Irish, dam of that useful little mare. Lady Spendthrift. This foal is by the Flj ii:g Fox stallion. Malamont. and goes back through his sire to Ornie and Ormonde, and then to Bind Or. carrying on to Stock well, but of course, not so I lose up as the Raymond filly described above. Malamont. on his dams side, is French bled, being foaled by Mademoiselle de Long-champs. Lady Irish, on the tale male side of her pedigree, traces to the same stock as Malamont. through Derwentwater and Doncaster to Stockwell. Dei weal water was by Doncaster — Thai water . by Thornmanby so that this foal is rich in the blood of the best that England has produced. The dam of Lady Irish was Melcha, by Strathspey, and he by Clenelg. The third foal to arrive, on March 10. is a chestnut filly foaled by Lady Leota. owned by .1. A. Denault. Allowmaise is the- sire of this one. and he is from imported stock on both sides of his tree, being by Alloway — lolmaise. Alloway was by Springfield, and he by St. Albans, a sou of Stock will. Alloways dam was l.ady Morgan by Thar-manby. so that all three of these foals have the same basic stock behind them. lolmaise was by Sterling, and he by Oxford. The dam of lolmaise was Kathleen by Speculum -Peahen, the latter by Cotherstonc. v inner of the Two Thousand Guineas and the Derby of 1s43. Lady Leota. the dam of the foal, was by Voter, hi- by Friars Balaam Mavourneeii. The dam of Lady Leota was Dow-cote by Kingston. Her dam was Cushat by Hermit, sire of St. Blaise, and the dam of Cushat was Stockdove by Stockwell.

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