Notes of the Turf from Abroad, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-27


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NOTES OF THE TURF FROM ABROAD. II. Woottou. tin- Tread well House trainer, arrived bone ai Epsom March id. from Australia. C. Ward. The .joekev. who rude Ilinkdow- in th Ci-arewitch of IMS. died ai Newmarket mi Tbnrs day night. March 14. Lard Derhya Grand National candidate Axle Pin ha- resumed walking and trolling exercise, but all hope of being aide lo start him in the hig race has been abandoned. c. Loiighuisi. the jockey attacked to the stable • f A. Sadler, Jr.. at Newmarket, who has been riding with success in South Africa since the clone of th" lasi raciag season, has returned home ami i- to bav ■ ihe mount on |.e Tonqoel in the Lincolnshire Handicap. Tin. w I Iin gave an ingh. rious display in tin Grand National Trial Steeplechase, toiling hopelessly in the rear when two mile- of the journey had heen CO -ereil. lie lowered over his tehees, and it would now appear thai his chance of winning ihe "National" is a ery remote one Indeed. Reginald Grins, brother to Walter ami Willi. un Griggs, the well known jockeys, was out riding a horse al Newmarket March 14 when ii gel out ot control and Imlted into the railings thinking the ..Id Cambridgeshire coarse, and threw it- rider heavil; Young tiriggs was picked up in an nuconacii n-state, anl wa- taken to tin- Bona Memorial Hospital. At Cheltenham, Buglaad, March 12. the quire extraordinary number of thirty horses started in ihe ". . i m m i National Hum Steeplechase al four mil -. Ol Ihe thirty only eleven withstood the peril- of tin course ami finished, the other falling or running mil nf the course. Kransfugl. at :;:; to I, was the win lur. with Wavelet second, and Fallon Crown third. each carrying 171 pounds. The jockey-. T. Huluie anil E. liggolt. who su -laincd injuries whilst riding at Hurst Iark re cently. are both progressing satisfactorily. The hit ter iuis had his Injured forearm put under the X Kays, and it has been ascertained thai the two hones in the hfl hand have heen broken. II is an tieipaied. however, that with g.xid progress Plggott will he aid. f ride in the Liverpool Grand National. A certain well-known sportsman, hein_ desirous of becoming tin owner of Balscadden. made Inquiries with thai object i.i view, hut was Informed l i .$.-, .ooii would be Uu- .nice asked for him. Bui seadd. ns next outing will, it i- stated on authority. In- iii I In Liverpool Spring Cup. though it was reported that a ln. ha- been engaged for him at Hurst Iark. where In- i- engaged in the Open Steeple, has.-. .1. i; .iin!- ia-i horse Spanish Prince has heen seised wiiii an attack u eougbing. leading i" fejir thai ihe stable may again Ih- Infected a- h #*» la-i v ar. when coughing put a number of ji- -i irs out ..f any chance of j. icing. At latest advice* • nily spaui.-h Prince was affected. Pit and well s» ih. post, he would have heen i ne of ihe Lincolnshire llaiiili..ip favorites, hut ir is new doubtful if he can j. ■•• .-r in lime to I*- a starter.

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