Horse Dansellon Dies in India, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-22


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HORSE DANSELL0N DIES IN INDIA The good English race horse Dansellon was purchased a month ago for some 5,000 by J. Gaulston, the Indian sportsman, for racing in his country. Dansellon was at once shipped to Bombay, but died ; as a result of illness contracted during the voyage. , Dansellon was five years old, by Chaucer Torton, by Volodyovski, the latter Mr. W. O. Whitneys i 1901 Epsom Derby winner. He was a good performer,, winning twice as a two-year-old Hopeful I and Houghton Stakes. As a three-yar-ohl, in 1917. Dansellon won the Craven Stakes and was second to Gay Crusader in the New Derby. As a four-year-old, in 191S. he was second in the Cambridgeshire - to Zinovia, and won the Limekiln Stakes. This year, before his sale, he did nothing in a i racing way. A

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