Two American Victories: Whitney Horses Win Two Stake Races at Newmarket Second July Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-13


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TWO AMERICAN VICTORIES WHITNEY HORSES WIN TWO STAKE RACES AT NEWMARKET SECOND JULY MEETING. New Castle Defeats Artisan and Canonite iu the Beaufort Stakes and Hillside Takes the Spring Hall Plate. London. Eng.. July 12. — At Newmarket today, the first day of the Newmarket Second July meeting, II. P. Whitneys chestnut colt New Castle. 3. by Meddler — Homespun, won the Beaufort Welter Handicap of ten sovereigns each for starters with 300 sovereigns added, at seven-eighths of a mile for three-year-olds and upward. P. Nelke*s four-year-old lay colt Artisan, by Kager — Handicraft, was second and A. P. CunlifTos four-year-old bay colt, Canonite. by Cerasus — Ballistite, was third. Thirteen hnnsa ran. .Mr. Whitney scored another victory in the Spring Hall Selling Plate of 2O0 sovereigns for three year-olds ami upward over the Chesterfield course at five furlongs, his four year old bay gelding. Hillside, by Hamburg — Morningside. winning, with 1*. Neumann.-* seven-year-old bay horse. Nero, by Kager — Firelight, second and Lord Howard de Waldens five-year old bay horse. Kilcafbry, by Isinglass — Kilkenny, third. The race hud eleven starter*. While Mr. Whitneys stable has not haaa fortunate enough so far to win any of the greater prizes of the English turf, it has done very well this year and the rnces won yesterday will bring its earnings for the year to date close to the 0.0o0 mark, much more than stood to its credit at the same time last year. New Castle is the colt that brought the banner price of the yearling sales in this country in -90S. i .70o. So far ho has only shown well at a mile and shorter distances, but has pro1 red himself a very fast colt Bp to his limit. As the Meddlers generally do, he is likely to improve as he grows older and may do better things than he did yesterday. •

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