Foreign Horses Enroute, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-09


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! j I | j I i j J FOREIGN HORSES ENROUTE LONDON, England. May 7.— The Atlantic Transport Liner Minnetonka sailed from here today with another large shipment of Kuropean thoroughbreds destined for racing in the Inited States. Occupying more than thirty padded stalls are jumpers and hunters recently purchased by Victor Emanuel on the recommendation of Al Davis, the American sportsman, who is well known in turf cirees on this side. Ten of the horses are French-bred steeplechasers, the remainder of the shipment being hunters. The cress-country performers, many of which comi eted with conspicuous success oil the French turf, include the following: The Sirdar, 5. by McKinley Cibbs ; Phos- phore. 4, by Sky Rocket On les Aura: Nosiamas. 4, by Melbourne Kile Vole ; Kider, fi, by La Farina- Itzitriva ; Cheramy, :i, by Nimbush — Croisilles ; Damoiseau II., 6, by Ti.stman — de Janire ; Aramis. 7, by Negofol - Alvitza ; Pont Armc. 5, by Amadou — Polala.

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