Crux of Juvenile Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-23


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j CRUX OF JUVENILE RACING In an interesting article on the racing of two-year-olds the Australasian points out that Malster, which was a success as a racehorse and an even greater one as a sire, commenced at that age in October. Subsequent stud successes in Carbine, Finland, Bobadil, Woorak and Popinjay were good two-year-old winners, and after citing many other instances the newspaper quoted expresses the opinion that the crux of the whole matter rests on the knowledge and skill of the trainer. As we all know, there are train-! crs who possess neither the knowledge nor patience to successfully handle two-year-olds.

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