King George Delights English Turfmen: Lord Derby to Race the Royal Horses This Year-Keene Horses Have Change of Trainers, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-11

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KING GEORGE DELIGHTS ENGLISH TURFMEN. Lord Derby to Race the Royal Hoises This Year — Kccne Horses Have Change of Trainers. LaaaVna, May 2S.--T people interestnl in raeinit iutinilel.v the most iinportant reeent oeeurrence was the faraaal aScial aaaanaaeeaaeal Knag Ueorge lad taken over his latluts baeatl aad would maiii-taia the royal breediag stud ami raeiac ■ table as King Bdward had done. The baaaraac value of King Kilw. ids o|ien pail lei p; 1 ion in lacinu eailsed him la lie justly regarded as the chief bulwark of the apart and mere has been some ilorihl and apprehoii si. .11 as 10 what mifjiit prove to be Kim: Ueorgea ...use iii tlnu Mgard. Naturally his declared ad beaten was received with relief and rejoicing. Ail af the great London dailies approved die announce-BMPnl endiallx. If iheni all. Daily Telegraph came nearest to expressing average British seiitimeiii when ii said: "British sportsmen the world over will receive with riaccre pleasure the news that Kins; Ueorge will carry an the breeetag stud at aaaalriag-iiaio ami racing stables at Bgertaa House. New-markii. bequeathed to him by his illustrious father. i or the pas, tew years, as Br lace of Wales, he had been attending sm-ii important race meetings as Ascot, lioodwood. Newmarki t and Kpsom with more lieipi.nev ilian ev r hafare, and thus any oilier de- I isloa Ilian thai ghfea above would have been ui:e-peeled. More, ivi v. Khag tleo:;;.- was an ey. -witless ■f. and was obvioasty impressed by. the aaparaUeled aeaanaatratioa aa Raaaai BOanaj iasi year, inime- ilialeh sequent to Mill .ills vietorv in tile Derby. "Sueli e|eessions of delight and loyal goodwill weie tea apeataaeona to be niisumlerstood. and as his m:ijest aei omp.inied his father onto the course. unguarded and surrounded by a vasi crowd, which with the gnataOl ease broken down the police eoidi.ns. be musi have been deeply moved, in view of the satisfactory announcement, all snortsasea will heik forward to the day when King George will enjoy tK fulAri J i I i.lii.- in his tirst I ily ■.vinm r tad should i: bapl .. 11 to have be* B reared in the paddocks ol the royal si ml ::; Saniliiiiirham. the pleasure, needless to say, would be increased tenfold." King Oeerge wlO, of course, take no part in lining II. is year aad USE horses of the royal stable in I I aiding have been leased lo Lord Derby and will be raced in I is aaaat fat the print at. The late King RdwartFti horses were raced in the name of tbe Duke nf Devonshire throagh tbe period of mourning that followed tbe death Of Queen Victoria. Milium is BO I iln iiipd in the list turned over io Lord Derby and la RenjMmed to have been illoiatd to his breeder. ..|. W. Hall Walker, from whom his running qualities had l.ei 11 leased in behalf of King Kdward. Sam Hailing for the last rear or more has bad his stable rather too full, and his older clients have fell eotiseiotis of it as well as himself, so that with araeh regrel he is parting with James R. Keeaea horses, -hi.! they have gone into Butters" charge at Newmarket, nor could they possibly make a belter rhaege. if change there to be. During the lime Sam Dirling trained for Mr. Keene he won. among other races, the »aks with Cap aad Hells, the Jockey flub Stakes with Disguise, the Ascot Stakes of 422,500 with Haopt, which Darting bought far him for iA* guimas. aad the .lulv flip with Running stream. ii nornae. Noonday. Kearsarge. Olympian and Virginia Karle were also good winners for Mr. Keene. year Ballot won the Select Slakes, and there were also Coronal. Wedding Bells. Kspoianlo and Scleetman. good winners. Thus we can sec for eertain thai Mr. Keene lias done good business as far as Sun Darling is concerned, aad there is no ijuahl that be will be successful with Batters -si 1 -ways provided that be supplies that delightful little trainer with the materials of aajeeeaa. The horses taken over by him are Setectnaaa, Wedding Bells. Esperanto, SaaTragette aad Lvndin. Barbae was reaaraed last ahnaday and in the course of the week moderately interesting s|mrt was Wit-Beaaad at Lingtieid. York. Salislmrv and Doncastcr. but none of DM real cracks of the year was out. One that was thought to bebnag to that class was tried aad found wanting when Helot was aaadaieed in his tirst start this year. Helot lias, and with some reason, been regarded as one Of the best eolts seen in the norlli for some time, but it is feared the son of St. Serf and Iloxinie is nothing Uyond a sprinter. Well supported by his connee lions the rdH bad every chance given him to win the Raring Handicap Plate at Pom-aster, but after showing well far si : furlongs be collapsed and failed to finish among the hading trio. He was giving away 1 was lib isbh weight, however, aad may redeem himself utter aa. Some languid Derbv wagering has beea done iii which l.omberg anil Neil Cow have each Ik-cii supported al 1 lo 1. liolhiiig else being thought to possess mueii chance of carrying off the gnat race now right at hand. When racing was suspended three weeks ago con-sedueni upon the lamented death of King Kdward. amber was well in front in tbe list of winning jock-cvs with a total of thirty. Saxl.y coming next with thirteen. The week gone by has put a different rasa plexloa ii] hi the position so far as the hist named ;s eoiieeriied. for he lcs not steered a winner and now only Stands sixlh in order and ties with Fox. Ills place is taken by Hit-irs. who has been in goad Sana in the south, and did the "hat trick" at Salis, luiry. whereby his score was brought in eighteen. Trigg uoes ap third with sixteen, and is followed by the northern apprentice. J. Clark, and William Rriggs, who are both on tbe fifteen mark. The score of ane Jeefceja whose totals run into double Jigures is: .loekev. Mts. 1st. Id. .".d. Inp. P. C. Matter, I 120 "*. --M VI 89 2557 Higgs, W Ill In IS -M n4 12.TB Trigg, c 155 M 17 21 MM 10.:::; lark. .1 74 IS 13 1 3d 20.27 tiriggs, William los lo IS 13 BS 18.72 Saxbv. W M 13 12 11 tUI i::..ri4 Pox. F 14:; v.: it; 17 . 7 !». « Ilrigga. Walter S7 11» :; 12 00 i:s.7» Woattaa, F 4 1 V.. r. ::c 15.S2

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