More Scratched in Grand National, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-21


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• i I . i . . MORE SCRATCHED IN GRAND NATIONAL LONDON. Fngiaud. March 3k -Horses have baajflaj to go fri in tin- Iraud National Steeplechase list. The luike of Westminsters Ardouagh. 161 pounds, baa been scratched. So have Mrs. Putnams Bally Sax. 111 pounds, and S.-hildlike, aNo 140 pounds. owned by the Welsh shipping magnate Watkin Wiliams. whose bad luck on the lurf has held stead- i!y since Bjrrtaa Prtace, C. Hawkins, the Angle-Fieneii rider, will come ficm a lis to ride Stephen Sanfords StMgeant Mur pkp in the Aintree race. The Sergeant is working well and is now but Si to 1 in the betting. Some of the riders iu the National are becoming knoAu. F. B. Il-es. who rode Shaun Spadah. last .o:, rs winner, will ride the Irish horse again. Shaun Spadah and Southampton are still favorites. The Irish pair, decejea Bad Daaadry, are betas noticed. Frank Morgan will ride Clonree and J. Morgan. Jr., will be on Danadry. H. A. Brown. The Bores owner, and second lasl year with him. will ride For. warned and J. II. Authony will be on lashing Arms: John Kelly rides Southampton and U Keee, Music Hall. Vnother American -owned horse uiay start iu the National. This is the French mare Badminton II. . owned by Alexander Smith Cochran, the American carpet magnate. She is in training here with Capt. 1". A. Whittaker at Salisbury ami iu the 140-pouid praap of the handicap. Faduiuiton li. is nine imis old. by Bajos Noch Tfbete, and was third in poor comiiiny in the recent Jfatiaaal Hunt Steeplechase at Cheltenham. Her future book odds are 100 to 1. ■ a

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