National Stud Makes Big Cut in Operating Losses: Deficit of 7,895 in 1940 Reduced to 30 Next Year, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-17


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National Stud Makes Big Cut in Operating Losses LossesDeficit Deficit of 27895 in 1940 Reduced to 630 Next Year YearBy By Special Correspondent DUBLIN Ireland The accounts of the British governmentowned National Stud Tully County Kildare disclose that it re ¬ duced its loss of 27895 in 1940 to 630 in 1941 Altogether a trading profit of 431 860 has been made since the property was handed over by the late Lord Wavertree to the British nation in 1916 1916The The twelve horses bred at Tully and sold in 1941 averaged 3890 compared with an average of 1835 for six horses sold in 1940 The share of stakes won in 1941 amounted to 10955 and service fees during the same year amounted to 18235 18235Last Last year the National Stud headed the list of winning breeders in England with 59950 in first money prizes won in stakes and purses for seventeen races by nine horses The greater part of that stake money was secured by Sun Chariot and Big Game who were leased for their racing careers to King George VI They won be ¬ tween them the Two Thousand Guineas the One Thousand Guineas the Oaks and St Leger Sun Chariot has been returned to the National Stud and bred this season Big Game has a fully subscribed list as a stallion in England

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