American Horses in Epsom Derby: Twenty-Five Owned and Fifteen Bred in This Country in 1921 Race, Daily Racing Form, 1919-12-07


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AMERICAN HORSES IN EPSOM DERBY Twenty-Five Owned and Fifteen Bred in This Country in 1921 Bace. The entries for the Epsom Derby of 1921, yearlings now, number 352. They closed November 4, and among them are twenty-five owned by Americans and fifteen American-bred. The two foreign-bred entries by Americans are Mrs. Rudds Granite, by Bayardo Cyanin, and Ornow, by Stornoway Maud Primrose. J. H. Rossetcr of California has two American-bred entries, a bay colt by Friar Ro6k Catherine Carson and a brown colt by Friar Rock Dorothy Gray. A. K. Macomber has eight entries, only two of which are of American breeding: Cybar. b. c, by Durbar Cyprine. Kassib, eh. c, by Fauclieur Safety Pin. Moscopole, b. c, by Mncdouald II. Marie Louise III. Mortemer II., br. c, by Gorgos Magdalena. Net, ch. c, by Rabelais Nette. Plessier de Roi. b. c, by Ecouen Principality. The Albatross II., ch. c, by Uncle Posy. The Roliemiaii, br. c, by Jim Gaffney Kittenish. John E. Madden has entered four: Ray colt, by Star Shoot Pedigree. Chestnut colt, by Star Shoot Miss Minnie. Chestnut colt, by Star Shoot Futurist. Chestnut- colt, by Ormondale-Outeome. Harry Payne. Whitney is represented by seven: Ray colt, by Broomstick Contrary. Ray colt, by Rroomstick Spun Glass. Ray colt, by Rroomstick Trumps. Chestnut colt, by All Gold Flip Flap. . Chestnut colt, by Rroomstick Wonder. Chestnut colt, by Rroomstick llansa. Chestnut filly, by All Gold Blue Girl. Among the other entries are Lord Glanelys 57,500 yearling by Swynford Rlue Tit and two by Mrs. Richard Croker: Gallant Captive, by Captivation Orlinda. Orby Rlake, by Orby Rlakestown. Senor E. Martinez de Hoz of the Argentine has put in two: Ecossais. br. c, by Gorgos Eina. Le Prodigie, by Prestige Philosophy. King George has five candidates in the list: Perfect Knight, by Amadis Panacea. Ray colt, by Polynielus Prim Nun. Ray colt. bV Rlack Jester Vervaine. Ray colt, by Rlack Jester Glad Tidings. Chestnut colt, by Greenback Seraphiiie. Declarations are due sit S25 each March 21, 1920. The value of the 1921 Derby is, as usual, "7,500.

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