Notes of the Foreign Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-02-20


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NOTES OF THE FOREIGN TURFi V. Karl, a rider, of skill, will probably ride Elinh bridge in the Liverpool Grand National Steep! . base. Herbert Tixiii. tin- will known jockey, lias I -njrii :■ il to ride in Denmark this rear for Herr D. Juergensen. Toon, prior to liis return |o England in 1805, wan i In- stable Jockej for aoate yean in Germany Oral for ri.ih.-ii K. ran tppeufceiui. and ilien for i: Arnulls establishment . It is Mated bj Ike Vienna "Allgeinelne Sport Zeltung" ikal Hen- Iran/ Bartoscb, chief reteriuar surgeon in tlii- Austrian Army, In- .hlmiii h ih elded t- send ins i. inn, I National candidate, Jama l ita, to England lo lake pari in Ike big steeple ■-base, and ikal be will ride blni himself. a feature nf ike racing in Auatralia last year wa« ili«- aitcceaa of Imported horses in handicaps, but ii rows P.- admitted, says tin- "Australasian." tbal handicappera ban been rerj kind to the Am. brand. The practice of buying low-priced English youngsters in England and bringing them to Am trails to race is becoming rerj popular, and now Am, i i, -ins bare come Into vogue. Ill,- Australian Jockey. 15. Carslake, who f,.rin rlv I.,.!.- in Kngland. baa been highly successful since ."• migrated lo Austria Hungary. From 1968 to the. present lime, says the Hungarian paper "Vadasa * Versenylap." Carslake lias won ::ss races onl of a total number i»f 1.7V.". l inl~. TUIs gives liim Ike excellent winning average of almost 22 per pent. In addition be has been seco ml ,n :;n occaslona.

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