Owner Joel Returning to the Turf: Noted Breeder Will Re-Enter Racing with a Big Band of Two-Year-Olds in 1920, Daily Racing Form, 1919-12-27


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OWNER JOEL RETURNING TO THE TURF Noted Breeder Will He-enter Eacing with a Big Band . of Two -Year-Olds in 1920. Xext year will , see a return to the turf in all its pre-war activity of the "black, red cap" of Mr. J. B. Joel, whose breeding stud at Childwlck Bury is at greater strength than ever, and if he sold his yearlings privately during the war, a large proportion of. them agoing to America, others remained at home, and Bright Folly stood high in rank among the best two-year-olds this vear. She impressed Lord Glanely so favorably that he made a big offer to buy the Childwick Bury yearlings en bloc this year. But the war is over, and Mr. Joel will return to the turf once more and will start the new season with no fewer than twenty-nine two-year-olds, which is possibly a record for one owner. Seven of the youngsters have been placed under the charge of Charles Peek, not long since demobilized, who will make a fresh start as public trainer at Littleton, near Winchester, at J. Arnolds old quarters. Before he joined the army Peck was for many years private trainer for Mr. S. B. Joel, and it is a little curious that lie should make a fresh start in the service of his brother. He has few superiors in the profession, and I trust he will find a top sawyer among his yearlings, all of which are fillies. There Is a chestnut by Sunstar, a. brown by Black, Jester Lady Brilliant, a bay by Sunstar Lady Villein, a bay by Black Jester St. Olive, a bay by Sunstar Signorina, another by the same sire Swallow, and yet another bay by Black Jester Starfllght. REVIVAL OF THE LETC0HBE STABLE. Twenty-two yearlings have gone to Morton, who trained Sunstar, winner of the Two Thousand Guineas,, Xewmarket Stakes and Derby, the last on three legs, so that he could not stand a preparation for the St. Leger. but went forthwith, to the stud. Two St. Leger winners were trained for Mr. Joel in Your Majesty, which afterward went abrcad, and. Black Jester, an exceptionally handsome horse, which bids fair to make a great name for himself at the stud. Jest and Princess Dorrie won the double event of One Thousand Guineas and Oaks, and other winners of the Epsom race were Our Lassie and Glass Doll. To these famous triumphs can be added others innumerable; therefore it is not surprising that even after several years retirement Morton should have returned to his old quarters. The yearlings at Letcombe Regis are the finest band, perhaps, ever put into training by one owner, and according to my information it would be difficult to fault any one of them; and all are highly-bred. There is a bay filly by Sunstar Absurdity, a brown colt by Prince Palatine Altair, a brown colt by Sunstar Altovlscar, a ehestnut filly by Sunstar Angelic, a bay filly by Sunstar Baguiuo, a brown filly by Blncir Jester Bright, a chestnut colt by Sunstar Carnea, a bay colt by Prince Palatine Dolly Vardcn, a brown filly by Sunstar Fair Lassie, a bay filly by Sunstar Hello, 11 chestnut colt by Polymelus Jest, a brown colt by Sunstar Lauda, a brown colt by Sunstar Methymna, 11 bay colt by Prince Palatine My Dolly, a brown colt by Black Jester Princess Dorrie,. a brown filly by Black Jester Radiancy, a bay colt by Black Jester Sunwise, a bay filly by Sunstar Sweet Flnclu a bay colt by Prince Palatine-Unwise, a black filly by Black Jester Veene. a bay filly by Sunstar Waterwillow and a brown filly by Prince Palatine Mirida. It will be strange indeed if something out of the common is not discovered among this aristocratic band. "Vigilant" in London Sportsman.

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