Polemarch for Argentina, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-04


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POLEMAECH FOE ABGETTTLNA SPECIAL CABLEGRAM. LONDON, England, August 3. Lord Londonderry has sold his 1921 St Leger winner. Polemarch, four-year-old chestnut colt, by The Tetxarch Pomace, for export to Argentina. The horse will be shipped August 11 to replace the dead Botafogo at the Mar del Plata, Stud, near Buenos Aires. Although no announcement has been made of the price realized for the colt it is understood that the consideration was in the neighbrohood of 25,000. The announcement has finally been made that definite arrangements have been completed for Golden Myth, Sir George Bul-loughs Son of Tredennis Golden Lily, to stand at Lord Roseberys stud next season. His fee will be ,500. Spion Kop will leav5 the Rosebery stud to return to Major Loders stud in Ireland. Rumors in circulation here are to tho effect that Lord Woolavingtons Derby winner. Captain Cuttle, has finished his racing career as a result of injuries received when he struck himself during a trial at Goodwood. There seems to be little doubt of the authenticity of these reports, although nothing official has been learned as yet Inquiries have been made already, however, as to the possibility of arranging for the Derby winner to be sent to the stud at Newmarket. Blue Ensign, son of The Tetrarch and Blue Tit, for which Lord Glanely paid 2,500 as a yearling in 1920, has been retired to the stud at a fee of 5. The colt, now a three-year-old, never faced the starter.

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