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DUETTISTE VICTORIOUS IN ENGLAND Duett iste made a notable debut in English stee-plechasing at the Gatwiek right-hand course of the Iyinelon district Wednesday by winning his first race. The only news was by a cablegram to Joseph , . E. Widener, his owner, from H. Escott. who trains the horse. His son. A. Bscott, rode Duettiste in the , Tace, which was the ,000 Brook Steeplechase of [ three miles, for five-year-olds and over, with jienal-ties and allowances. Aged horses to carry 171 pounds, with three-pound winning penalty and seven 1 I oui.ds allowances for not winning a steeplechase since 1920, making the American geldings weight I MA pounds. There were fifteen entries in the race. Among ; them Wavetree. Southampton, Shaun Spadah, Ardour, Mask Man and Snaefell, all Grand National 1 candidates. Our English correspondent failed to send the news of Duettistes victory.