American Horses In English Stakes.: Three Lots in the Sundown Produce Stakes of 1910--Other Nominations., Daily Racing Form, 1908-05-13


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AMERICAN HORSES IN ENGLISH STAKES Three Lots in the Sandown Produce Stakes of 1910 Other Nominations Three American owners have made nominations for the 25000 National Breeders Produce Stakes to be raced for at the second summer meeting of Sandown Park London Eng in llo lloThe The conditions of the stake show the permanent foundation HIKIII which the English turf stands and are well worth the consideration of American racing officials There Is in these conditions a stout suggestion as to the Improvement of the thorough ¬ bred Encouragement too is held out in the stakes terms to all sorts and conditions of breeders and owners ownersThe The National Breeders Produce Stakes of 5000 sovereigns For the produce of mares covered in 1007 The breeder of the winner to receive 00 sovereigns the breeder and owner of the second each 2K sovereigns and the breeder and owner of the third each 100 sovereigns out of the stakes the nominator to be considered the breeder to run at two years old colts 122 pounds fillies and geldings 110 pounds a winner of any race of 400 sovereigns to carry five pounds twice of 400 sover ¬ eigns or once of 800 sovereigns nine pounds extra maidens allowed three pounds those got by sires having been registered under Rule 125 to serve season 1007 thoroughbred mares at less than 100 guineas allowed three pounds at less than fifty guineas live pounds at less 1114111 twentyfive guineas seven pounds at less than ten guineas ten pounds Five furlongs Closed July 1007 1007Produce Produce to live a week or no forfeit Produce or failure to be declared by the second Tuesday in October 100S October it a return for the Stud Book being a sufficient declaration declarationFoals Foals a forfeit for which is declared by the first Tuesday in January 100 will pay a subscription of onlyIf one sovereign only If not then struck out a further subscription of five sovereigns each eachIf If left in after the second Tuesday in October 1000 sovereignsIf a further subscription of sixteen sovereigns If left in after the last Tuesday in March 1010 a sovereignsAll further subscription of twentyone sovereigns All declarations of forfeit must be made to Messers onlyThe Weatherby Sous only The four Americans and their nominations with allowances are areRichard Richard Crokcr CrokcrProduce Produce ff Clonmel out of Georglana 10 pounds Keen 10 Blakestown 10 St lima 10 Nara 10 Rhoda B 10 Pearl Set 10 Sabine 10 Rhodo ¬ dendron 10 10Clarence Clarence H Mackay MackayProduce Produce of Meddler out of Admiration Gunfire Kauiara Reina Brilliantine eoutte dOr Loch Dec Spectrum Ballantrae Hatasoo Mazana Strike aLight Correction Irish Ivy Miss Ellie Vantage Won by Waiting No allowances claimed Edward R Thomas ThomasProduce Produce of Ilermis out o Afric Queen Arnctte Bellane Braw Lass Flora Mac No allowances claimed claimedIn In the coming Derby at Epsom Mr Belmont has a second chance with Crossbar the bay colt by Octagon Lucy Cross CrossJames James R Keene has three ellgibles to the Derby Masque b c by Disguise Rhodesia Peter Quince ch c by Commando Fair Vision Court Dress ch c by Disguise Hampton Belle Of course none of these countryJohn will compete being in this country John E Madden has two eligiblcs Call Boy br c by Plaudit Imp King James c by Plaudit Unsightly Both are in this country countryHarry Harry Payne Whitney took three chances in the 100S Derby with Burgher b c by Hamburg Hurly Burly Angelus br c by Sandrlngham Vespers Jersey Lightning ch f by Hamburg Daisy F None of the Whitney nominations has gone EnglandFour to England Four American owners paid 25 forfeit and de ¬ clared from the race in March 1007 with the following followingC C H Mackays bay colt Carrollton by Florizel II Ballantrae II P Whitney The Shaughraun ch c by Nasturtium Ballyhoo BallyhooJames James R Keene Bay colt Chaplet by Ben Brush August RosegarlandAugust Rosegarland Belmont Chestnut filly Dance Beauty by Octagon Bella Donna In the English One Thousand Guineas which fell so handsomely to Rhodora Mr Belmont had a starter in Historic b f by Octagon Donna Henrietta She ran a bad race Mr Whitneys chance was in Stamina b f by Nasturtium Endurance by Right and Mr Keene had entries la Anbnyma b f by Disguise Optlme and Masquerade b f by Dis guise rSplendour The latter three were never sent to England Englandla la the Two Xbousand Gulneaa KrBeJmoats Crossbar eligibleRichard by Octagon Lucy Cross was eligible Richard Croker had an entry in the bay colt Republic by Americns Roy del Caredes out of Kings Daughter but paid forfeit forfeitJames James R Keeiie had three chances with Masque b c by Disguise Rhodesia Peter Quince ch c by Commando Fair Vision Court Dress ch f by Disguise BejloTo Hampton Bejlo To the same race II P Whitney had four ellgibles in Jersey Lightning ch f by Hamburg Daisy F Stamina b f by Nasturtium Endurance by Right Burgher b c by Hamburg Hnrly Burly Bar None ch c by Nasturtium Equality

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