English Juvenile Winner: First Victory of New Season in Two-Year-Old Race Goes to Son of Mare by Troutbeck., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-22


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ENGLISH JUVENILE WINNER First Victory of New Season in Two -Year-Old Eace Goes to Son of Mare by Troutbeck. A daughter of Troutbeck produced the first two-year-old winner of the English racing season of 1924. This was John Bass, which won the Tathwell Plate at Lincoln on the first day. John Bass, which cost 00 as a yearhng, was sired by King William from Cascade, by Troutbeck from lOagerness, by lOager. Cascade was a two-year-old winner. At the end of the following season H. Hartley bought her for ,800 at Newmarket, Producing her first foal when six years old. Cascade has had six runners and they are all winners. Five of them were sired by King William. The sixth was Castalian, by Valais. Orange Water, Waterbill, Orange River and Gray Bass won in England. Three of these were successful as two-year-olds. Waterbill won in his third season. Haig also won as a two-year-old in Brazil. The record of Cascade should serve to call attention to the possibilities of Troutbeck mares.

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Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800