Grand National Declarations--Duettiste Left In, Daily Racing Form, 1923-02-01


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GRAND NATIONAL DECLARA ¬ TIONS DUETTISTE LEFT IN LONDON England January 31 Follow ¬ ing the announcement of the weights for the Grand National Steeplechase last week a number of withdrawals were announced to ¬ day dayThe The most important of the declarations are perhaps those of V Thompsons Habton which was assigned 171 pounds and Lord Woolavingtons Sir Huon which drew an impost of 1GS pounds It was found impos ¬ sible to train Hugh Kershaws Blazing Corn and II A Browns The Bore and these were also among the withdrawals withdrawalsThe The Bore is the twelveyearold bay geld ¬ ing by Ormondalde Bettie Bramble which vas looked upon with particular interest by the American contingent because he is American bred bredOther Other withdrawals included W Bankiers Superman Lord Wavertrees All White thu Duke of Westminsters Ardonagh and E Johnstones Ballyboggan BallybogganJoseph Joseph E Wideners Duettiste is still in the Grand National and reports from his train ¬ ing quarters at Lewes indicate that Escott has him going along well in his preparation for the big race which will be contested at the Aintree course Liverpool Friday March 23

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