Action About Duesttiste: How "Duggie Stuart" Blocked the Market-His Easy Brook Steeplechase Race, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-01


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- ACTION ABOUT DUETTISTE How "Duggie Stuart" Blocked the Market— His Easy Brook Steeplechase Race. It was ailiiatty Mr. "Douglas Stuart" Renson who "sewed tip" the Knglish market over Duettistc. Some one g,,t 50 to 1 about him before the Grand National acceptances. This was a good investment and probably far peddling purposes by "Stuart." who now |iiotes the American horse at 20 to 1 or less. This is considered good business in bookmaking and If Dueltiste wins some of the Dnglish operators will have to pay "Stuart" pretty well. He was over here browsing a month ago and evidently scented the probability of Mr. Wideners horse be-!■■ backed. The Gatwick race which Duettiste won February 8 last only showed that he was in good condition. Here is its summary from the last English Bar ing Calendar: datarark, February s. 1022 "Break MaafaarJkaaa « f Sl.Otl. ,,f M50 1,1 second and 5 to third. Two ni.les. Twenty one euliies. Nt-i »alue 45. - ■ —J J. E. Wideners Duettiste, by Kthelbert— Dttl- cilialfa A. Eseott. 150 1 Lord Denmans Lochuiond C. Wenhani, 145."! 2 Petting — 5 to 2 on Duettiste. Duettiste came in alone. Lochuiond fell, but was remounted and finished. Duettiste did not run in the Newbury steeplechase last Wednesday. His next English engagements are as follows: March 9— Cheltenham Grand Annual Handicap. ,000, two miles and 100 yards; 1«8 pounds. Lingfield — Troy town Handicap, ,000, three miles; 104 pounds. Hurst Park Trial Handicap, ,000. four miles; no weight yet allotted. In curren Horse and Hound "Audax" prints this of the American Grand National candidate: "For some time I have been hearing opinions in favor of Duettiste. and only last Sunday an American lady whom I met nt luncheon informed me that the horse was sure to win the Grand National, for which his weight is list 121b. Trained now at Lewes by Harry Eseott and ridden by the lat-Imi-s son. nthony. Duettiste made his first aimear-an.c la this .-ouiniv in that Brack MreajaeelaaM at Oat wick on Wcines.l.iy. and altln.iiii n hard puller he scenic an admirable jun:per."

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