Eminent English Turfman Dies., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-06


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EMINENT ENGLISH TURFMAN DIES DIESSir Sir Charles Rose member of Parliament for the Newmarket division Cambridgeshire member of the English Jockey Club and wealthy banker died sud dmly April 10 in the motor car bv which he was returning to his residence after a flight in a ma ¬ chine at the Aerodrome at Hendon For many years Sir Charles took much interest in the turf with which he first became connected under the assumed name of Mr Adrian and he was the owner among many others of two good horses in Bavensbury and Cylleno The firstnamed was un ¬ fortunate enough to be contemporaneous with that great thoroughbred Isinglass by which he was always beaten when they came together being sec ¬ ond to him for the Middle Park Plate and Two Thousand Guineas third for the Newmarket Stakes second for the Derby and second again foe the St Legcr His bad luck followed him to France where he was beaten a short head by Bagotsky for the Grand Prize ot Paris though his jockey and not a few of those who saw the nice were of opinion that the English colt actually won Cyllene was probably the l est of Sir Charles many racers for he was the best threeyearold of 1SOS and Jeddah which won the Derby that year would hardly liavr done so but for the omission by Some mischance of the name of Cyllcnu from the classic races Another good one in the same ownership was Boua vista which won the Two Thousand Guineas in 1S02 and he was Sir Charles Roses only classic winner Both Bouavlsta and Cyllene have achieved fame at the stud the firstnamed siring many ix ccllcnt horses in Hungary while Cyllene is the sire of three Derby winners Cicero Mlnoru ami Lcm berg

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