Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-21


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cDrrent notes of the turf The New Zealand owner of Absurd. G. M. Currie. :ias imported another stallion from England iu Li-mond, by Desmond Lindal, by Kendal. W. P. Thompson has leased the racing qualities jf Nedna to the Greentree Stable for the Saratoga Special, This youngster has been trained by James Bo we. f A. Kv Macombers American colt. The Bohemian, ivent all to pieces after his Epsom Derby race, and on his return to France was struck out of his engagements, including the rich Ostend Grand Prize, j The 50.000 Australian Grand Hurdle Handicap vvas run at Flemington, Melbourne, Australia, July 2 and won by Fiscom, 15 to 1. by a head; Sold Corn, 7- to 1. second, a neck before Telecles, the 3 to 1 favorite, third. On July 4, at Alexandra Park. Mrs. Algernon Coxs Grandcourt won for the second time the London Cup, a favorite race with I-oiulon racegoers. Grandcourt was admirably ridden by the New Zealand jockey Hector Gray. At Brisbane, Queensland. Australia, June 5. J. Booth, a Colonial trainer, sent out five winners in seven races, including the Brisbane Cup. Impeyan. which won the Cup, and Syceonelle, which won the New Handicap, each broke Queensland records. The lightweight Australian jockeys, P.. Stalk aud L. Cauoll. arc on their way to England. They are apprenticed to N. Scobie, the well-known Melbourne trainer, who, providing he can obtain a suitable establishment, proposes to settle in Euglaud. Each weighs about cighty-four pounds. There seems to be an impression anioug French racing experts that Stern made too much use of Ksar II. iu tho early stages of the race fur the Grand Prix iW Parts, for the colt was with i.e.fore they had gone one ami a quarter milcn, whereas he got the one and a half miles in the French Derby at Ohantilly like a real stayer. 1 1 I . . ; : 1 r i

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