Notes Of The Foreign Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-27


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NOTES OF THE FOREIGN TURF Vigilant of the London Sporlsnian favors Admiral Hawke Neil Gow and Lemlnrg In the order named for the Two Thousand Guineas His Derby forecast is LeinlHrg Neil Gow and Merry Jack ami for the St Lcger Ix mberg Merry Jack and Neil Gow For 115 Oaks and One Thousand Guineas he selects Maid if Corititli witli Moyglare second secondThe The death is announced from France of tlie stal ¬ lion Simoniaii by St Simon Garonne He won several English nices in the colors of the late Colonel North inchiding the Brocklesby Stakes and Liveri ool Cup As a yearling Simoniaii cost 20000 arid was ld as a stallion wlieu eight years old for 14000 H had lieeii successful at the stud hi France FranceThe The Society Sportive dEiicouragenient w se meetings at MaisonsI illitte are unly second in im ¬ portance to those organized under the immediate aus plies of the Jockey dub in Paris is actively lire paring 1 carry out its program at MaisonsLallitte wliere the track Ixtrdering tlie Seine lias suffered seriously fr ii the inundations Tlie management at St Cloud hail placed Its course at the disposal of the Society Sportive but while acknowledging gratefully the offer mide it has been decided that the flat race program issued for tMaisonsLalfitte should lx run through temporarily at Enghieii Hopes are en ¬ tertained that bv the end of the month racing may be resumed at MaisonsLaflltte

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