Marshall Fields Stable: Horses Will be in Charge of Noted English Trainer and Quartered at Newmarket, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-06


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MARSHALL FIELDS STABLE Horses Will Be in Charge of Noted English Trainer and Quartered at Newmarket. I!Y K. K. COISSKI.I. I LONDON. Raglaad, December Ill A gr-nt deal of interest has been laken in F.nglaiul in the racing stable just sorted by Mr. Marshall Field. The horses will be trained by Harry lowney. who ha- hitherto I n private trailer of Sir Braesl :i — c-i. tl wner if Cylgnd and llapsburg. and one of the closest Meads of tin- late Ktag Edward VII. sir Enseal Cased owns one of the most beautiful ami extensive estates in I he neighborhood of New market. His aafaaaia are reared amid plctnrem|ue aurroaadings and hi-- horses in training have their quarters in one of the most palatial ranges of stables al Newmarket. Mr. Mar-hall Fields horse* will be trained with those behmgiag to Sir L. as -el at Moult. m Paddocks. At present there are only four of Mr. leld-hoi-,- in trainiag. They were all part-based as yearlings. A- Americas owners am saw !• take interest in their performances on the English turf n.t sea-oii. the following list will -apply all needful detail. Aim r. b. or t.r. e, by Spearmint l.urnt Almond, by GaBiaaie. t i-tereian. br. e, by Friar Marcus— Cissj Brown, bj Dark Boaald. Golden Corn. br. f. by Golden Sun Cornfield, bv Isinghtsa . Treacle, br. •." by Tredeaala- Clare, by Deaaaoad. There is reason to believe that Almoner may be a real Band bene. He was bred at the National Stud and is a half-brother to Nutcracker, a smart two-year-Old filly this season. The -on ,,f Spearmint, whieh eo-t ,759 at Dnnoastor. comes of tin same immediate family as Night Hawk, the St. Lege* winner in 1918; Black Arrow arfd other IiiU -• lass winners. Cistercian is a half brother to Hoy Btae. His -ires first offspring will raee in 1991. His price was ,501 and many g 1 JadgH eoaaidered him the mo-t pi, mising yearling coll offered at the Newmarket first October sales. s . far he baa fulfilled all his promise. Golden Corn coal .ss.iioti at the second October -ales. Had she [pat to Jlon- aster she would bare brought 5,090. She is a half-sister t. the high-class filly Lore in Idleness and to your Corn Ta— el. If she proves as good as either, her owner will have no reason to be di---atisfied. Treacle i- a fine roll. Indeed, hi- name i- the only thing agaiast him. He is a full brother to Treclare, whieh. apart from his successes, also ran third to Gainsborough and Wink in the Derby, in which he defeated Kin- Jehu and Bom me Kiss. Mr. Marshall Field, who was captain of the F.ton I olo team, ha- endeavored to register his rotors ..-straw jacket with pink rap. So far there has been -oiue little hitch and it is possible these color- will he slightly amended. However, it is hoped Mr. Fields color- will attract the proverbial "novices luck." If he proves to possess a leal good horse ill his stable none will be more pleased than his English rivals. Mr. Field intends to race in the highest class only.

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