Newmarket Stakes Race: Lemonora, Half Brother to Herodius, Wins English Stake.; Aliados Gives Epsom Derby Promise in Race Won Last Year by Spion Kop., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-01


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NEWMARKET STAKES RACE Lemonora Half Brother to Hero dius Wins English Stake Aliados Gives Epsom Derby Prom ¬ ise in Race Won Last Year by Spion Kop KopBY BY E E COUSSELL COUSSELLLONDON LONDON England May 14 As Alan Breck did not start for the Newmarket Stakes the thick winded Lemonora had little difficulty in winning It is a one and onequarter mile stake wortli 14900 to the winner There were seven starters and the bookmakers were liberal in taking odds of 15 to 8 on Lemonora winning In the paddock Lemonora was greatly admired He looked better than on the Two Thousand Guineas day in fact he was easily the pick of the runners He is a fine looking colt full of quality and muscular power a chestnut with gray hairs ticked through liis coat and black spots on the quarters He lias a big star and white marks on both fore and off hind pasterns He turns In slightly near his fore foot Eaglehawk stripped clean and fit Lord Derbys colt Glorioso which is by Swynford As ¬ surance sister to Cocksure II and half sister to Steadfast is a big leggy and rather splitup black colt He was considered by his connections to have a good outside chance in the Derby The reports as to his merit were reflected in the market and lie started next in request to Lemonora His per ¬ formance clearly undeceived his owner and Glorioso is evidently not BO good as was thought thoughtIt It did not appear to be a fast run race the time however was good for a wind blew down the course and the track was hard Lemonora is rather a slow beginner but the field was closely bundled for about a mile when Cliilds shook up Lemonora which began to draw away from the others Eaglehawk went after him but he was the only one to make any real effort Lemonora went away from the foot of the hill to win easily by three lengths The time was 208 This per ¬ formance cannot make one regard his Derby pros ¬ pect any more highly Really he appeared to have little to beat for Eaglehawk ran a spasmodic race The last named has improved much since a twoyearold and looked well I regard him as likely to make a good stayer later In the year if lie does not become tired of racing One has al ¬ ways a bit of suspicion about any relatives of The Panther Eaglchnwk however has a lot of Spearmint character about hini and is probably one of the slow developing Musket tribe tribeIt It is a pity that Alan Breck Polemarch and Humorist declined to contest for the Newmarket Stakes However there is still plenty of interest in the Derby notwithstanding that Leighton has not hail a race this yoir yoirLcmonora Lcmonora is in the same stable as the Two Thou ¬ sand Guineas winner CraiganEran whoso prospect can be considered through the Newmarket Stakes winner winnerLemonora Lemonora is the sixth living foal of Honora by Oallinule He is two years older than Mr W R Coes imported filly Herodius daughter of The Tetrarch which in England would now possess great value as a brood mare Mr Coe is at present in tliis country and hopes to Inspect a number of the leading stud farms and stallions before returning to the United States StatesMonarch Monarch of course was entered in the New ¬ market Stakes but was not a runner It is re ¬ ported that he is extremely unlikely to run in the Derby It is quite on the cards he will be spe ¬ cially prepared for IIio good sprint races at Ascot It is clear he is a nonstayer A race well worth mentioning in connection with th Derby is the Spelthorne ThreeYearOId Stakes run over one and onehalf miles at Kompton Iark on the same day as the Jubilee Handicap This was the race which Spion Kop won Inst year On the present occasion several colts with Derby lia ¬ bilities contested in the race The favorites were Brinklow by Radium Summer Girl dam of Over There and Sirrah a halfbrother by Swynford Hi Fifinella They both Tan well for one and one quarter miles where they were beaten being passed by Cylotte and Aliados The latter stayed on to win by nearly a length He is a goodlooking bay colt bred by his owner Sir William Nelson Ho is by Royal Realm son of Persimmon Eddystone the dam of Attilius She is by Eager from a daugh ¬ ter of Gallinule Aliados did not run as a two yearold and this is his first start Hits year It would therefore be well to reserve judgment about him until later though it may be mentioned that last year Attilius was regarded as possessing a good outside chance of winning the Derby Although lie ran in the race ho was then slightly amiss or would doubtless have considerably improved his position ninth behind Spion Kop

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