Dark Legends Indian Double Event, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-01


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DARK LEGENDS INDIAN DOUBLE EVENT Dark Legend, the five-year-old son of Dark Ronald Golden legend, by Amphion, recently brought off the Indian double event of the King Emperors Cup and the Viceroys Cun. The first named contest is run over a mile, while the distance of the other is one and three-quarter miles, and in each case Magyar, which won the King Emperors Cup in 1917 aitd a few days later was third to Kiltoi and Politian in the other race, was second. Dark Legend, which now belongs lo J. 0. Gaulstaun, was bred by Sir William Cooke. Gaulstaun is a Hindoo and the big man in Indian racing. He is said to have paid S0O.0O0 for Dark Legend, whicli was bought for 5,000 in England some eighteen months ago. Fairy Gold. :ar:: Legends great granddam. is the dam of Friar Rock, which Joint E. Madden bought from Major Belmont.

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