Rider Lang a Home Visitor: New English Acquisition Expected to Strengthen the Seagram Stable This Year, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-04


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.1 " 1, s s e d of if k v in ,. ,. a ;, J is it ;e i. RIDER LANG A HOME VISITOR New English Acquisition Expected to Strengthen the Seagram Stable This Year. TORONTO. Out.. March 3.— Jockey C. Ling. whose sensational riding at New Orleans has created great interest, reached his home in Hamilton, tint., last night on a short visit. Friends Who watched Lings performances in the States came in scores to the lit tie home to welcome him back. This is the first time he has been in Hamilton since he siic-•- ceeded in winning his turf honors by leading the list of winning jo -keys for MM. Mr. Seagrams Knglish threc-year-olils Bull Dog Diuiiiinond. by Holiday House — First Blush, should piove a useful addition to the Waterloo string. He is rated Ut! per cent behind Ooldeu Corn, the bes. Fnglish two-year-old of last year. His record was: Newmarket Breeders Stakes, five-eighths, ,7-"i0, :■"■. 0 M . first . Time 1:01*.-.; weight 1VJ pounds. Twenty-three ran. Liverpool Sc-fton Park Stakes, five-eighths. ¥ 1 . 7."il, tliird. No lime given; weight 112 pounds. Manchester Whitsuntide Stakes, five eighths, $•_,-n rtOO. second. Time 1:0:*: weight 119 pounds. Ascoi Fern Hill Stakes, fiveeighths. fMtt, third. Time l:il-:, : weight 100 pounds. Manchester J«in ashire Nui ery. three-quarters, .".00. third. No time given: weight 110 pounds.

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