Fast Seagram Foreigners: Horses Imported Last Winter Cutting Figures in Present Candian Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-01


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j FAST SEAGRAM FOREIGNERS Horses Imported Last Winter Cutting Figures in Present Canadian Racing. The Seagram Stable, a power to be reckoned with on the Canadian tuif six years ago, but since that time a winner of comparatively few-races, seems destined for present success through the racing of a lot of thoroughbreds imported from. England by way of New York in January of this year. Seven race horses and two brood mares consigned to the Seagrams arrived in New York aboard the Menominee. This ship at the same time carried thoroughbreds bought in England by J. E. Widener, A. B. Hancock and John Sanford. The Seagram consignment was shipped to the farm at Walkerville, Ont., and are beginning to make their presence felt in Dominion racing-. Most notable of their performances so far is the victory of Golden Sphere in the Hamilton Derby last Friday. The others are coming to hand, as shown by Brilliant Jesters performance behind Motor Cop in the Salisbury Handicap, which preceded the Derby. Practically all the Seagram importations are winners of races in England. Following is a list of the importations, with breeding and number of races won in England by each of the seven that are to be campaigned in Canada: Brilliant Jester, b. c, 4, by Black Jester Lady Brilliant, by Sundridge; two races. Parisian Diamond, ch. c, 4, by Louvols Gem Gem, by Best Man or Queens Birthday; three races. Kentish Boy, br. c, 3, by Poor Boy Carina, by Chaucer. Golden Sphere, ch. c, 3, by Oliver Goldsmith Sphere of Influence, by Collar; two races. Wakefield, b. or br. c, 3, by Oliver Goldsmith Huna, by John oGaunt; one race. Lady Meave, ch. f, 4, by Ulster King Uala, by Wildflower; four races. Mode, ch. f, 4, by Lemberg Mira II., by Llangwm; one race.

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