Two American Fillies Impress English., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-26


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way m .101 i n v. H. 1 1 ii him i. » ii..i« r. TWO AMERICAN FILLIES IMPRESS ENGLISH. Two American fijlies introduced themselves favorably to Knglisb c.iiisideratiou in tin* FitswiUiam Stakes at the recent Newmarket Craven meeting. L...jn1.I ]«• Rothschilds St. Anton, a fine big St. Fr.i-uuin e,.n. .,f which much is exiiected. was the favorite, but when it came to the running II. P. Whitneys tilly by Hamburg — Lady Frivoles slipped .; n in li n: and. setting a tremendous pace for a . verv l.eavv tra k. led all the way and won easilv by j. _ I length. I.. Waterburys finelv bred tilly. Aister I r. at, by Waterereaa — Hamburg Belle, got off in the , rear ImU ran to such purpose that she finished second. ilh St. Anton third. Of the three Sporting Life J sai l: "Mr. Pcraar had good grounds f .r fancying Aister r Cn— lor H •■ l-iizwilM nn Stakes, as Mr. Waterburys s ebaiinin- tilly v. mid have Wen at Ladv Frivoles " lillys he-id but for commencing vj, slowly that she v..- s si fwillj in the ruck when half Ihe journey had ■ l.-.-i n.verei!. The Ann riran -bred tilly threaded her " ua forward in great style from the time thev J eanerafd froai the Pip. but tin- terraSe pace at which ■ tin- fon- fnriaaaja aran eaaered a shade over fifty •v s i onil- -did noj aUaar . f her reaeliing her compatriot. ■ AKler Cress was pureh.iM-d for $.". 5tX at • the sale of Mr. Huggins yearlings, ami. having re-rard I • the fact that her ilam won the rich fntarlty •v Slakes in America, and is herself gifteil with mi ■ -.h.uMed rarfaMT abilitv. she apiears worth every ■v n illiaB "l" ihe money. St. Anion. U-opold a Roths •" railda ...It. arhleh ma b- so preanhdas! a Aehal when n tin i-Iiinir a m -iit-il.le third to two exi-eptioiially fast n eri.-.n br d fillies, is a biotlur to Santa Tina. • II:.- Utter i- to l»- galloped for the One Thousand ■ Qaaaaaa this weak.**

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