Stars of Three Countries: Nominated for Ascot Gold Cup, Entries Closing January 1, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-06


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j STARS OF THREE COUNTRIES Nominated For Ascot Gold Cup, Entries Closing January 1. Zev and Grey Lag from America, Epinard and Filibert de Savoie from France Englands Best Named. SPECIAL CABLEGRAM. LONDON, Eng., Jan. 5. Outstanding rac- ing stars of three countries have been named for the Ascot Gold Cup, entries for which closed January 1. From America nominations came for the Rancocas Stables Zev and Grey Lag. From France Pierre Wertheim-ers Epinard and the Grand Prix winner, Filibert de Savoie were entered among others. The colors of the Argentine breeder, Senor Unzue, will also probably be seen in the . race on Town Guard, which was" purchased by the South American several months ago. He is now in training in France. In addition to Zev and Grey Lag America will be represented by A. K. Macombers ! Parth. Although this colt is English bred, , his owner is an American, however, and he may be considered as an American entry. In all there are fifty-eight entries for the Cup. The English entries are headed by H. P. Hornungs Papyrus, and include Inker-man, Daughter-in-Law, Condover, Ceylonese s and Saltash. Pierre Wertheimer has also named Epinard I for tho Lincolnshire Handicap, the first big f English fixture of the coming flat season i and for the City and Suburban as well.

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