King Georges Stable This Year, Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-16


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KING GEORGES STABLE THIS YEAR. Great would have been the jubilation among al classes of sportsmen, ami especially among [hose keenly interested in the turf, had his Majesty marked his accession to the Throne and his as cia Hon with the s|„,rt which received the liberal and Illustrious patronage of his father by winning the Derby last June. Si .lies similar to those which made the triumphs of Persimmon and Diamond Jubilee so memorable would assuredly have ben wit n eased on Epsom Downs, mid the lieges delight beet unbounded. Bel it was not to be, and though tbe hopes centered in Plutadeau for the Flue Rlbau I Bcemed justified when he W..1I the Fayno Stales after some minor sncCCSSca, the great race di.| not Bad him equal to tbe occaaioa. Not did he fare better when t h. time for the St. Leger came round. despite a thorough preparation at the bands of h -trainer, but, While failing at Done aster the soil of Floriael ii. ai. I Cuin.-a Hen rounded off his three year-old career with brackets |0 the Boyal stakes u tbe Newmarket Second October. Thus the fortunes I Egerton House were none too bright during th-Hat race -. j-. n Bone by. hi. I it was fefl to Dorando i" win the biggest individual amount for the stable Ibis lie did in live nn. I on more than one ■ case, n gave evidence of the |„,ssessi ,f ,-, tenacity which slknild stand him in good stead in the fi ■■ The successes of the otbei winners for the King did nut amount to much, ami their performances do not iii Fur parttcalar refer The prospect* nl or. classic victory for the Royal colors during 1913 in-remote, and reliance will nave to Ik- placed on those thai showed form in the course ..i the present year. There are. however, several well bud youngster! i; Ihe le.- ]il I" Marshs care, nud while be call be trusted to uphold the reputation of tbe establishment over winch he presides, given anything like adequate material t,. work upon, ail will hope that be m.iv ■nd it in his Juvenile brigade, and in dm .-•• lave the honor and satisfaction of sending out an-other Deii.v winner for the Boval House. His racing in 191.1 will he done i.v Boyal Escort, ch. -. 7. by Diamond Jubilee Ambleside. Dorando, b. b, r,. by Cylleae— Nadejda. Thrace, b. c, +. by Thrush Laodaml t Le La.-, b. e. t. by Fkirisel II. -Loch Dean. Fiiita.l. au. ch. g. 4. by Floriz.-l II. — Guinea Hen. Carol Singer, b. g, i. by Thrush— Konnn Carlia-. hen. Flitcbam, b ■-. ::. by Desraoad— Sweet Venal. Ann,, r. b. i . ::. by 1h.i iz.-i ii. -Guinea Hen. Laoniedoii. b. c. ::. by Spearmiat Laodamia I lower Son-. ,h. f. ::. by Florhtel Amphora. Freake.-pear. b. c. -. bv Spearmint Guinea Hen. Nadir Shah. eh. c. 2. b Eager Persian l.iia.. Sunny Lake, eh. e, -. I»y Sundridge Pearl of the Loch. Sunni, ch. c. 2, by Suadridge -April Prineeat For Mare. b. f. 2, by Mareovil— IVrla. La Marquise, ch. f. 2, by Mareovil Princess da Calb s. While Locks, br. f. 2, by While Kaighl -...en Doon. Nounette. b. f, 2, by Bagcr— Prim Naa. Browa illy, _. by Dark Ronald— Gold Paste. —London Sportsman.

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