American Sires In Favor Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-06


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AMERICAN SIRES IN FAVOR ABROAD. Mr. I,. AVinans. xvho. in spite of all difficulties and restrictions by Which racing is beset, is determined to carry on as hitherto, has three stallions at "Lordship" under the management of Joseph Cannon, namely, Sir Martin, Adam itedo and Dalmatian. Their foals and yearlings are said to be most promising, and as a result of his first season Sir Martin is credited with some exceptionally fine yearlings from Snow Marten. Maria Theresa, Collet Monte and Ventura, while Sir It. W. Jardine has a splendid foal by Adam Dede. Among the patrons of Sir Martin this season are Admiral Sir I led worth Mcux. Sir S. Scott. II. S. Kray, Colonel l.nmbton. Lady James Douglas. Mr. Gttpta, C. Mynors. Major Welnian. I. Ralli. F. W. Wihnot and apt. K. Lucas, while on Adam Holes list are mans belonging to Oaf*. Oner. W. Raphael. Sir It. W. Jardine. Sir John Robinson. ISaron I.aeiens. A. Waif, Sir S. Scott. Mr. Gray, Mr. I-inglamls. Mr. Mynors and Maj. E. 0. Claytou. Dalmatian, although foaled jn Americu, is, like Adum Bate, of English blood. Dalmatian is by Ethelbert- Ionis. by Magnetiser. He was a fast horse in the States, and came over here with the reputation of being the best three-year-old in 1910. In England he proved himself a good stayer and n substantial winner, among his victories being the Newmarket October Handicap and the Manchester November Handicap. — "Vigilant" in London Sportsman.

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