English National Stud: Turns Out Another Good Winner in Bhuidhaonach-Colt is Fifth foal of Countess Zia, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-21


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: ■ j ENGLISH NATIONAL STID Turns Out Another Good Winner In Bhuidhaonach — Colt is Fifth Foal of Countess Zia. SPECIAL CORRE8PONDENCB. !. ON I .. April IB. — Bhnklhaonach, who wen tbe Queens Prise of ;; mrle and s half it Kempton Park. Banter Monday, is a l.alf-!. -.ether to The Panther. Tin days earlier he ran third to Clochnaben in the Liverpool Spring tup. As a result be started favprite at Kempton and won easily by a length from Thoughtless and Calway Prince. Be carried lit pounds. .Major Cayser gave 7,000 for niiuidnao-nnch as a yearling. Be did not win in his first season, but won three races at three I years old. Be has so far earned . ":■■ in stakes. Bhukthaonucfa is a good-looking, well-grown lay olt. four ; ears old. Be is a bit on the it b and inclined to be a bit drooping about the quartern. Be Is by Royal Realm, sou of Persimmon, from Countess Zia, by Oalllmihl Miller of Merit, by Cdiar. H - is the fifth 1 si -a of Countess Zia, which was not barren until 1922. So far her seven yearlings have been sold 1 in tie- : :ng for .27.:.oi . The mare has been almost a gold mine for the .National Stud, where Bhuidhaonach was bred. Up to date ] her winning produce, which tnclud ■ The 1 anther, Morganatic Marriage and Eagie- I hawk, a good-looking Spearmint colt, have ! won ten races and about |50.BOOl Count Tracy, which cost 0. 000 as a yearling, is still a maiden. The rwo-year-obJ Eagle-stone, by Spearmint, has not yet started.

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