Royal-Bred Horse Sells for 0, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-13


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ROYAL-BRED HORSE SELLS FOR 0 From London comes word that Pintadeau, a chestnut gelding which belonged to the king at one time and ran a :ood fourth to Titgalie, Jaeger and Tracery in the Derby of 1912. realized tlie small price of 0 at a recent sale at the Rugby market. With .the exception of Minster Bell, which was sold at Newmarket for 0 a couple .of years ago, Pintadeaus price is a rceord. Tlie Equine Defense League, .which purchased tlie animal, has presented him to King- George V.. and tlie horse will be sent to Sandringliam to end hU days in comfort in tlie royal stables. By the late King Edwards celebrated horse Florizel II Guinea Hen, Pintadeau ran in the king colors fcr three years and did fairly well. As a three-year-old he won the Mildenhall Plate and the Payne Stakes at Newmarket, 1912, and follow-, ing that ran fourth In the Derby. Subsequently the horse turned rouglsh and was sold out of the royal stables to J. Baylis. a bookmaker. Bavlis tried Pintadeau in selling hurdle races with indifferent success, and ultimately gave tlie horse away in disgust.

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