Only Three American Owners Won English Races in 1942, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-19


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Only Three American Owners Won English Races in 1942 By Special Correspondent. NEWMARKET, England.— For the first time in more than twenty years the name of the American sportsman, Marshall Field, is missing from our winning owners list in the 1942 statistics under Jockey Club rules. His name does appear on the list of winning breeders, with the horses he bred at the Tally-Ho Stud, Ireland, being credited with winning two races. Due to war conditions, the names of only three Americans figure among last years winning owners list — Mrs. H. G. Glorney, William Woodward and John Hay Whitney. Mrs. Glorney was the most successful of the two, as two of her horses won four races and ,665 in first-money prizes. Her best winner was the consistent three-year-old, Birikah. a brown son of Bahram and Carola, by Tetratema, three times successful. He was bred by his owner, as was the other winner, the three-year-old Camarilla, bay daughter of Cameronian and Fox Lair, by Foxlaw. Woodwards silks were twice borne to victory, and his best winner was the two-year-old Herald, a chestnut colt by Hyperion, out of Priscilla Carter, by Omar Khayyam, winner of the six-furlong Glens-ford Stakes at Newmarket. Herald was foaled in America, as was the unnamed two-year-old colt by Easton. out of Old Melody, who scored in the six-furlong Bos-

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