Turf World Hails Millionaire Round Table After Easy Score: Caliente Cap Tally Gives Kerr Champion Membership With Nashua and Citation, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-13


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Turf World Hails Millionaire Round Table After Easy Score Caliente Cap Tally Gives Kerr Champion Membership With Nashua and Citation CitationBy By ON RAS3IUSSEN RAS3IUSSENToday Today the turf world is hailing the sports third millionaire race horse The latest equine Mr Moneybars is Kerr Sta ¬ bles Round Table sound as oak and tal ¬ ented unto himself While be was literally gifted with the 31800 first money in the Caliente Handicap Sunday that per ¬ mitted him to join the club whose previous membership included only Nashua and Ci ¬ tation it is racing history that Round Table earned his first 973964 retty much thCyhard way carrying top weight against the best available competition in practi ¬ cally every section pf the country and over both dirt and grass courses No one has to make excuses for this colt although this can hardly be said of some of the track handicappers he has met metNow Now Round Table is back at Hollywood Park which is housing its second million ¬ aire race horse for it was there in 1951 in the Hollywood Gold Cup that Citation first brokj this earnings barrier Before him lies a spate of rich stakes successes in which would find him unseating Nashua as the worlds leading money winner by sundown July 22 the daythe SlOOOOOadded Sunset Handicap is decided decidedRound Round Table is not only a millionaire through performance lie has a million dol ¬ lar pedigree being by 1957s leading sire Princequillo out of the excellent race mare Knights Daughter by Sir Cosmo and out of Feola one of the famous matrons in the Royal studs select broodmare band bandSire Sire WellBred Himself HimselfPrincequillo Princequillo an 18yearold imported son of Prince Rose Cosquilla by Papyrus although knocked around in his early years because of the war and a selling plater be ¬ fore he demanded attention by winning such a classic as the 2mile Jockey Club Gold Cup was always well enough bred His sire Prince Rose was a champion in Belgium and it is mainly through his pro ¬ found influence that the smoldering tail male line of St Simon has erupted into a blaze of genetic brilliance throughout the thoroughbred world His son Prince Chev ¬ alier has sired several fine performers in ¬ cluding Arctic Prince the 1951 Epsom Derby winner who now stands at Spend ¬ thrift Farm in Kentucky his son Prince Bio is an outstanding sire in France and the latters son Sicambre winner of the French Derby is also doing well and of course there is Princequillo here His son Hill Prince has already sired a classic win ¬ ner and Arthur Bull Hancock at whose Claiborne Farm Round Table will stand when his racing days are over hopes that will be in time for The Table to stand his first season in 1959 1959When When Hancock graciously had Prince ¬ quillo led out for our inspection when visiting Claiborne his unbelievable beauti ¬ ful Paris Ky nursery recently even these eyes more accustomed to the conforma ¬ tion of typewriters and stud books couldnt fail to notice the similarity between Prince quillo and his son Round Table Making adequate allowances for Princequillos age and his seasons at studv Round Table is the spittin image of his sire We suggested they were practically the same size and Hancock allowed that Princequillo may be about a quarterinch taller At any rate they both stand at about 152 they are brown they have exceptional balance good heads and an infectious aura of qual ¬ ity about them Princequillo belies his years his well being almost seeming to say to Round Table Sen earn what reputa ¬ tion you can while you can It will pay off when you come back here to stay if you know what I mean In the mean ¬ time I can more than hold my own ownDam Dam Brilliant Winner as Juvenile JuvenilePrincequillos Princequillos dam Cosquilla by the Derbywinning Papyrus was a minor stakes winner and while this Ifne is less strong in back of Princequillo than many others Princequillo has made such an ob ¬ servation academic for by his perform ¬ ances on the track and in the paddock he has erected a new point of reference in respect to his dams family familyKnights Knights Daughter Round Tables dam was a scintillating winner at two in Eng ¬ land capturing three of four starts Sue went wrong and was not trained for rac ¬ ing at three Hancock intrigued with the profusion of classic and quality winners which had sprung from her family in mod ¬ ern times asked if she were for sale and was delighted to find she was He promptly bought her and at not too excessive a price as the Queens manager was willing to part with Knights Daughter because she was by the sprinting Sir Cosmo and therefore gave small promise f producini what the Royal stud bred and raced for a classier winner winnerKnights Knights Daughter promptly proved once again that nature is capricious by produc ¬ ing Round Table one of the finest horses this country has seen and the sports third millionaire millionaireThe The complete producing record of Knights Daughters remarkable dam Fe ¬ ola appeared in a Bloodlines column of last April 2 Suffice it to say here that Knights Daughter and ihus Round Table came by a mighty rich heritage through her Feola herself was classic placed and she was out of Aloe who placed in the classic Epsom Oaks and was a full sister to Foxlaw winner of the 2 miles Ascot Gold Cup

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