Outstanding English Colt, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-30


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Outstanding English Colt By Special Correspondent. NEWMARKET. England.— Owner-breeder Captain E. A. Ingram, introduced what may prove to be one of the outstanding two-year-olds of this season in his home-bred colt William of Stratford, runaway victor of the five-furlong Granby Stakes at the Newmarket First Spring meeting. He scored by three lengths over Lord Derbys Winter Sport, a magnificently bred daughter of Hyperion and Toboggan, with the Precipitation filly, Pall Mall, third. Judging by the way the winner trounced these two highly regarded fillies, he is out of the ordinary. William of Stratford is by that good French sire and splendid race horse William of Val-lence by Teddy from Queen Iseult, dam also of Vatout, sire of the Derby Stakes winner, Bois Roussel out of Strapeto, by Stratford. He is trained _ by Jack Colling at Newmarket.

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