Notes Of The Turf From Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-24


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NOTES OF THE TURF FROM ABROAD Lord Derbys broodmare Yellow Peril foaled a fine colt by Chaucer last month monthHis His Majesty the Kings broodmare Ecila lias this season a goodlooking bay colt foal by Suustar SuustarDeeca Deeca tiie danl of Dccagone the winner of the Brocklosbv Stakes was bought at the December Sales in 1911 by Mr David Mann on behalf of an Argentine client Her yearling lilly which was born a few days after landing is a sister to the Ur Kklesby winner winnerLady Lady James Douglas famous French mare La Camargo by Chihlwick out of Belle ct Bonne re ¬ cently slipped a dead foal to Bayardo The mare won over 200000 during her racing career and Is the dam amongst others of Impregnable The loss of her foal by Bayardo is a heavy one x Evening Glow is one of the lirst of Sir Archibalds et to see a race course As her name suggests she jfc like her siris dark in color and very neatly turned but her small feet however may not have been suited b the going at Lincoln One of the lirst in trouble in the Sudbrook Selling Plate she failed to get placed despite Mahers elTorts in that direc ¬ tion tionOwing Owing to the death of Lady Savile the following horses the property of Lord Savile have been loused to Captain Dewhurst and they will run in his name and colors for the remainder of the season Xowmarket fi Halifax 3 Acaiithis 3 twoyear old gelding by Counts out of Allegra twoyearold colt bv Santrv out of Fallen Angel twoyearold lilly by Wolfs Crag out of Santa and twoyear old lilly by Marco out of Mirtield MirtieldCorertcoat Corertcoat was without doubt one of the best iralniil horses that has taken part in the Xational for pome years With head erect and tall well up Covertcoat was comparatively a fresh liorse at the finish to some Xatioual winners When mention ¬ ing this to Gore his trainer he agreed that Covert coat had come as well through the ordeal as he expected although he still contends that Jerry M is the best horse he ever trained trainedAt At the Thames Xew Zealand Jockey Club meet ¬ ing prior to the horses going to the post for on nu a stipendiary steward directed that a horse which possessed a reputation for bad lielmvior at the barrier should be placed on the outside The N tarter resented such interference In a matter which he regarded as entirely within his jurisdiction and bunded in his resignation The members of the committee their asked him to withdraw It ItThe The death of an oldtime jockey in W Chester man has taken place at Chant Illy where he had resided for some years He rode for Baron Roth ¬ schild Count Lagrange M Camille Blanc M Ba leuse M Delamarre Prince Mnrsit Baron Schlckler and others Chesterman rode M Ctimille Blanc s Buceutanre in the Kpsom Derby in 1S2 and finMted third to Sir Hugo and Lu Fleche lie marrlyl the daughter of Tom Hurst 9 wcljkuown tralticr aud aude e vt Jarjjc family

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