King Plaudit a Disappointment, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-30


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KING PL A UDIT A DISAPPOINTMENT Much was expected from King Plaudit in the racing of this vear. Indeed there wnrn nnt n w m,reM ,f C0l Y" th0U!fhr "Sliest honors of the year destined to rest on hta -fflsoml Siree y,eJ?? llead- Sucl1 h0,pes ,cnded, ln disappointment. King Plaudit has no place among the Stect of age. He won races and he showed on more than one occasion that he can run fast, but h" recessed aoabetterSinS192q:C M Bartn 1UrChaS5 T Ktirnal- After t,le fasllion of rsefShe6 may n RlZin? andKin5 Flainlit are both sons of Himyar. The descendants of the former are more noted for their speed than for their endurance, nor do they age well. The Plaudits hoover ti?p most of uoueer. most of well them, race over long distances and improve as thev grow older. Tlistle, King Plaudits dam, is by Kinght of the Thistle, which was next thing to first as oU a race horse, running second as a two-year-old to St. Frusquin for the Dewhurst Thtp. 7 class four-year-old the March Stakes. Royal Hunt vLiol n as a Cup, beating Victor AVild- ran second tn the Princess of Wales Stakes, 0,000, at Newmarket- won Tas a a sk-vp-ir w id 6 "Vetosnuez for Great Jubilee Handicap and Cmven Stake! T at VVn Knight of the Tldstleo amon.otwi5 the Kentucky Derby winner. Worth, a good, if ill-starred colt and Hip KnViiit ?,ni0" others, both Cesarewitch and Cambridgeshire; so there Sd be ack of Ss beTVon PO ers and Bonnie Scotland are well-bred horses, carrying much staying blood in their veirs SfnnlJ ? land was one of the most influential horses ever imported and his line s much of Jffi JS-1 a today and members of his line not at all deficient in stamina. The family, toe of which Kiand pmSSE is a member. Galopade. has been productive of and n1""1 many a good distance uSLauc,i runner runner, such bucu as -il Omar yams conqueror, Westy Hogan. This is the way he is bred: Khay- f Alarm 15 EcUP g0.. 13 B , Elimyar 2 J brown, 1SC9 Maud j Stockwell .".". "... 3 g ,bay, 1875 Count, of Albemarle." ."is E s Jl , I Lexington 12 J Boston 40 H 3 IBlra 2 Alice Carneal ........12 E f g . J Hegira J Ambassador 9 e as Flight o jj . So B1,,e Ruin or I King Tom J Harkaway 2 E " I Tomahawk . . . 3 I Pocaliontas 3 u n CinderelIa .21 J bay, 1803 I Mincemeat j Sweetmeat 21 H bayt 18S5 1 ,ybl 3 E S , . , Brown Bread ...10 i Weatherbit 12 E g L Manna 21 J j Brown Agnes 10 M fa 2 i i -Tartlet J Birdcatcher 11 e o Daughtr of Don John.21 E y Rosebery 22 j Speculum ...... l i J?. 19 S f KniSht of bay, 1872 Lauylike j Newminster...!!!;!!;1 E go gjg the Thistle 3- j Zuleika !..22 E bay, 1893 Bcauclerc- i Rosicrucian T, Emnress i 10 5 E s . 1 MaudT...... si I "rr011 10 E 21 t; i Stella Bf J High Treason 13 E j 5 1 Giltnook 5 E Hf Leamington ...14 4 Faugh-a-Ballagh 11 E r Rcform nofnrm 1. " J I Daughter of 2 j Pantaloon.14 H Galliard ....23 I b3y 1871 1 Stolen Kisses.. 14 i Kt. of Kars 3 M "1 Defamation 14 E hiv 1887 baytllb87 Bonnie Scot- i Iago he . Ulidelia J iami lQ 1 Queen Mary . . 10 H I vait7 J Lexington 12 H Schottische 23 E imported.

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