Dunboyne A Worthy Son Of Celt: Winner of Great American Stakes Appears to Be a Juvenile of Excellent Promise., Daily Racing Form, 1918-07-03


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DUNBOYNE A WORTHY SON OF CELT Winner of Great American Stakes Appears to Be a Juvenile of Excellent Promise New York July 2 Dunboyne winner of the Great American Stakes at Aqucuuct Saturday is a son of Celt the head of the Kllerslie Stud in Albemarle County Va of Arthur 15 Hancock Dun Iwyne was bred by Mr Hancock who owns his dam Workmaid as well as his sire and his pedigree is giltedged He is perhaps as stoutly bred a colt as tliere is running Celt a son of Commando and Maid of Krin she a halfsister of Voter was a Brooklyn Handicap and Jockey Club Stakes winner at throe years old and he lias had as much success since Mr Hancock established him at Ellerslie as any son of Commando at service Coquette Celan dria Paddy Whack Embroidery Crank Green Gold and many other good ones at both sprinting and long distance running have made him popular with racing folk in the course of the last seven or eight years The Boy an exceptionally good youngster in Un ¬ stable of Richard F Carman is a son of Celt Sand Dune Thos F McMahon which A K Macomber ran up to 2000 and took him after he had won a selling race for Henry Waterson at Belmont Park on June 11 is a son of Celt lamina and an ex ¬ ceptionally goodlooking colt coltWorkmaid Workmaid a daughter of Eon Network a grand ¬ daughter of Eonelte whose sire was Eothen and whose dam was CVstagnette she a daughter of Marsyas is a sister of Workman Lace El Bart and Executor and i halfsister of Paddy Whack Ban try and Embroidery Bantry a son of Celt Net ¬ work probiibly will ba heard from later on He was one of the best twoyearolds in the stable of James Butler last year and the indications are that lie is going to train into a firstrate colt this year John Whalen has not hurried him himCONFORMATION CONFORMATION THE BEST BESTDunboyne Dunboyne appears to be as good as the best of the twoyearolds shown so far He is a thick well made chestnut well balanced broad across the loins and admirably underpinned His great American Stakes victory which was scored over High Time Eternal War Marvel Questionnaire Star Realm Routledge Stickling Different Eyts The Trump and Shoeblack every one of which had shown something worth while either in private or under colors was his second this year When he won his maiden Rice at Belmont Park from Grimal ¬ kin American Ace Terentia The Trump and four or five others he was So sore from bucked shins lie could hardly hobble away from the scales He has a great turn of speed a quality with which the sons and daughters of Celt are generally liberally endowed and splendid action Neither P A Clark whose silks he bore Saturday nor William Hogan Dunboynes trainer doubts his ability to maintain his speed as far as horses are asked to go If goIf Dunboyne trains on into a long distance run ¬ ner his ultimate home is to be William Woodards stud farm Belair in Prince Georges County Maryland Belair is the show place of southern Maryland and it is to be the domicile of one of the strongest breeding establishments in the Old Line State Already Belair is the home of Hcno sire of The Turk and He AVill and it is represented this year by the winner Lion dOr a son of Hcno Aile dOr Battle one of the good marcs in training this year also is to go to Belair when she finishes with racing

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