Kings Colt Perrier A Late Foal.: Sea Sick II. to Start in French Derby--Turf News From Other Lands., Daily Racing Form, 1908-05-19


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KINGS COLT PERRIER A LATE FOAL FOALSea Sea Sick II to Start in French Derby Turf News From Other Lands London Eng May 4 It is not generally known that the Kings colt Perrier was only really a two yearold up to this week being a May foal so that there is every chance of his fining off a very great deal yet and of becoming a great horse horseAfter After nil it seems Sea Sick 11 is to run In the French Derby the Prix du Jockey Club on Sunday May 31 31The The French Guineas were decided at the Paris meet ing May 2 the One Thousand Guineas being won by Count Le Mantis Sauge Ponrpree a daughter of Perth and the Two Thousand Guineas by M M Kphrussis Monitor by Codoman Stern the French jockey rode both winners Mr Vaiidcrbiltts Northeast was second to Monitor MonitorSceptre Sceptre now on a visit to Carbine last week foaled a fine bay filly the sire of which is Isin ¬ glass glassThe The Austrian and Hungarian Jockey Clubs are adding to their rules of racing certain dispositions respecting trainers and turf speculation Hitherto they have been forbidden to back other horses than those under their care and In their stable In the future they will only be allowed to back hordes in their charge through the medium of their respective owners or the authorized managers of stables Con ¬ sequently they are placed on the same terms as jockeys jockeysThe The French fouryearold Ouadl Haifa by Per ¬ simmon out of Yesterling has arrived at Hornsbys stable Kottingdean Eng to be trained Tin colt will be remembered as the winner of the French Two Thousand Guineas and other races in the col ¬ ors of M E Blanc last year yearThe The Belgian Derby Irix de Bruxelles was de ¬ cided yesterday the Matron horse Marron winning from Lientel and La Nivernais There were eight starters The winner is the property of Viscount de Huisscret and it was the general opinion that Marron did not show his true form in his last im ¬ portant race the Poule de Produits in which he was knocked about a great deal He was fully ex ¬ pected to do better in this event and justified his owners confidence by keeping the spoils from going across the frontier by the aid of the French horse Lietitel which had to concede tint winner 11 pounds as ii native breeding allowance allowanceAt At an important sitting ot the race Committee of the S ciete dEncouragement or French Jockey Club discussion was invited on the question of in ¬ verting the dates of the French Oaks and Derby so that borses which had run for the blue riband of tlie French turf might have the same opportunity for rest as the English horses which ran at EpsoijT and then elected to keep their engagement in the Grand Prize of Paris The proposition which lias been before the Joekey Club for years past was ably supported by one of the stewards It was however thrown out by a majority majorityThe The Goldsbroiigh mare Moonga died recently at Cambria Park Australia At the disposal sale of the Lederberg Stud in 1805 Moonga was purchased by Major George for the moderate sum of 150 The Auckland sportsman had good reason to rejoice over the purchase of Moonga as she produced a real good one in Seahorse when mated with Nelson Seahorse won over 20000 in prize money and was then sold for 25000 Moonga was rising twenty one years yearsThe The thoroughbred stallion Thunderbolt by Musket has died at Mount Gambler Australia For many years he was attached to the Fulham Park Stud and nearly everything he got won races Among others his progeny include Step Out Thunder Queen Thunderer Equality Tip Top and Phaedra

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