Blood Lines Of A Son Of Ecouen: Romany a Scion of a Son of St. Frusquin which Won Much Money and Fame in French Racing., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-29


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BLOOD LINES OF A SON OF ECOUEN Romany a Scion of a Son of St Frusquin which Won Much Honey and Fame in French Racing Several of the progeny of Ecouen have been brought from France to this country and are now in our racing one of which the colt Romany is useful and a winner Ecouen is himself a young horse and was quite a good racer in France As a threeyearold in 1913 he won the Prix des Cars Prix Daru Prix Lupin and ran second to Dagor in the Poule dEssai des Poulains French Two Thou ¬ sand and third to Bruleur and Opott in the Grand Prix de Paris his money won amounting to the con ¬ siderable sum of 41320 Before the war began in 1914 he had won four races in eight starts and 27915 Since he had won 11040 when a two yearold tliis good son of the splendid St Frus ¬ quin won a total of 80275 in his three years of opportunity and his stock is a welcome addition to our resources The pedigree of Romany shows an interesting mingling vjith characteristic Sanford lines of breeding and is as follows

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