Foreigners in the Classics: Sixty-Four Americans and 153 Other Outsiders Named for Englands Big Races, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-05


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FOREIGNERS IN THE CLASSICS Sixty-Four Americans and 153 Other Outsiders Named for Englands Big Races. There is an especially wide interna UaaaJ range Is the entries in the British classic races or 1921 for now weanling rolta and fillies. Nominators other than British are more numerous than in prewar days, even though the central I.uropean countries are absent through the bar against them. The geographical complexion of the entries to the five races is shown below: Pace. Entries. British. Aaasr. others. Derby Stakes 995 LTO 27 3S Oaks Stakes L".7 LOS 14 9J3 St. Leger Stakes :t:U LS4 S :t!» Two Thousand iuineas. .LLL" 198 II l:» One Tksaaaad iuineas. .107 MB 0 21 Total 1,942 1.121 94 W Some of the "others" in the table jibove are Ainericar- "i, h H Mr. W. M. ;. Sinner, apt. .1. I. Cobs and the KV,i.]ish naturalized I.oid Astor. Aaaaag the British ewaed entries in the list are those of King tieortre an I his js to-be son-in-law. Lord LaseeUes, about whom as a turfman there is much general interest. A time i- probably coming when the raciag of the Rngliah speaking countries. Praace ami even Argentina, will offer more internationally open evnts with broader patronag" than al present. We have had but few. The early Latonia Champioashia. diew some Knglish entries and is the old days the lamented Washington laik Club of Chicago drew British entries and starters to its American Derby. The last actual Starter, owned by a foreigner, was the Duke of Beaaforts Strathrose, in the 859.9999 Worlds Fair Derby of 1891 at Washington Park, won by Boundless. s

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