English Ideas of the Tetrarch, Daily Racing Form, 1919-09-19


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ENGLISH IDEAS OF THE TETRARCH An idea exists among many people that The Tetrarchs will be found lacking in stamina. If so tlie weakness must be inherited from his dam, for his sire, Boi Herode, was notable for stamina and sound constitution when in training, and the same niay be said without hesitation of his sire and grandsire. Ie Sumaritain and the brilliant l.e Sancy. The impression mentioned may arise from the fact, certainly an unfortunate one, that The Tetrarch could not be raced as a three-year-old. Quite possibly staying will not be the strong point of the offspring of the somewhat sensational gray. It must be admitted, however, that Snow Maiden lias some pretensions to stay, for though this can scarcely be held as proved by the Irish Oaks, where the runner up was another daughter of The Tetrarch. Tetrarchia, whose best course is generally believed to be well short of a mile. Snow Maiden also won the Baldoyle Derby, beating Loch Lomond, which afterward distinguished himself by his victory at the Curragh iu the Irish Derby, a mile anil a half, when the filly was a bad third. For the rest of The Tetrarehs- offspring, such as are more than two years old, there are grave doubts as to whether Stefan the Great stays. The only race I Fourfold lias ever won has been over five-eighths, I and Chiffre dAmours race at Goodwood was over I a taiee-quarters course, liadtuiutoa Magazine.

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