Corrigans Youngsters: Three of the Five in Training at Newmarket Far Above Average, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-23


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«. CORRIGANS YOUNGSTERS Three of the Five in Training at Newmarket Far Above Average. LONDON. England. March S.— James W. Cor-rigan. the Cleveland. Ohio, man who has gone in for lacing in England, has five good two-year-olds in Dawson Waughs stable at Newmarket. Two of them are far above the average. Drepane is a bay coll by Corcyia — Mouchelte. by Orvieto. He is H bit nil in the air, but he is backward and unfurnished at present, in spite of which he has shown himself to be a rare mover. Far more taking, however, is an unnamed chestnut filly by Gay Crusader — Carina, by Chaucer, having some curious white markings on her off side that will alsmya make her good to know. She cost Mi. mill at the July Newmarket Sales and looks like proving Cheap at the price, as she combines quality with size and substance to a remarkable extent. Buzz Around, a bay filly by Gay Crusader — Hornets Pet. by Trcdennis sister to the flying Hornets Beauty, is a filly of totally different stamp. She is a beautifully-made little thing and full of quality, but will always be somewhat lacking in size. Canton, a gray colt by Cannobie — Eaton Maid, by Poor Boy. is just an average youngster, but Mr. secured a decided bargain in Grace, a bay filly by Friar Marcus — Santa Clara, by Lsltty for that sire is bound to make a great name for himself and this is a taking filly. All Mr. Corrigans young horses are well engaged in the fixtures of the future, but are likely to be late in filling their engagements. — ♦

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