Irish Elegances Relative, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-16


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] J , • | ! IRISH ELEGANCES RELATIVE! LONDON, England, April 4. — A two-year-old half-brother to Irish Elegance won a juvenile race at Catterick, Yorkshire, on April 1. This is Scottish Elegance, a chestnut gelding by Stornoway — Sweet Clorane, which had run fairly well behind Lowood at Liverpool. At Catterick he led from start to finish. Second and third were Gold Willow by Golden Sun and Drifting Cloud by Bramble Twig. This was the first runner by the last-named sire. Both these stallions are located at R. Whitworths stud at East Howden, Yorkshire. Scottish Elegance was bred by his owner, Mr. C. Kenyon, a wealthy cotton merchant of Manchester, who took up racing and breeding about the end of the war. This gelding is upright in the pastern and back at the knee. He also has lop ears. Notwithstanding he reminds one somewhat of his famous half-brother. »

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