By Jingo a Double Cup Winner, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-30


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BY JINGO A DOUBLE CUP WINNER By Jingo, by Aquascutuin Minnesota, by Valas-quez, proved himself a first-class stayer la England tills year. With- the steadier of 120 pounds he won the Manchester Cup of ?10.575 in a canter from eight others, running the mile nnd a half in 2:31. At Ascot n few days later lie followed this up with a win in tho Gold Cup of 2,300. two and n half miles. He carried 130 pounds. By Jingo, which was bred by Stephen Donoghue, the jockey, and was bought by Vv de Pledge for 0,000 a couple of years ago, also won the Manchester Cup Inst year. When By Jingo won the Manchester Cup lie was protested against by Horatio Bottom-ley, owner of thu second horse, AyiiHley, on the score thnt although he -was nominated by Du Pledge, that was noi the owners renl or assumed name. According to rumor, Mr. Bottomley had an Idea the horse was owned by Donoghue, but failing to prove anything, tho stewards forfeited his deposit of 5.. About five mouths prior to Ills recent wins veterinary opinion was to the effect that owing to an injury to the sheath of his near fore tendon By Jingo would not stand further training. Aqmiscutum. sire of lly Jingo, Is by Ghlhlwiel; CilllercoalH, by Darby, anil his fee win .50 When he sired JJy Jingo, This season It was 1919.sh5, and only that he Is twenty-two years old his sous deeds would pobub!y cause a considerable advance nest year.

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