Good Steeplechase Racing: Lancashire Chase Won by Black Lamb--High-Priced Trespasser Wins Queens Prize., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-20


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GOOD STEEPLECHASE RACING Lancashire Chase Won by Black Lamb High Priced Trespasser Wins Queens Prize BY E E COUSSELL COUSSELLLONDON LONDON England March 2 At the Enster Manchester meeting the valuable Lancashire Stee ¬ plechase worth 10000 and run over three and one hnlf miles was won by Black Lamb a sevenyear old mare by Hhodesian a brother to Flair which has got a lot of good jumpers Lnmhthoipe was twentyfive years old when Black Lamb was bred and she is her last foal Carrying 147 pounds Black Lamb in heavy going won b bj j six lengths There were ten runners including several which competed in the Grand National Of these Garry oe finished third with top weight carrying 170 pounds poundsAt At the AAetherby meeting in Yorkshire Prince Palatines son He Goes emulated the feat of his brother Iron Hand which last year won the Hilton Hurdle Hace The same event yesterday was cap ¬ tured by Hi Goes With odds of 2 to 1 laid on him he defeated ten others The xlds on Iron Hand twelve months ago were 5 to 1 Ho Goes which carried 145 pounds ran badly nt Newbury finish ¬ ing behind Celestial and Morganatic Marriage Possibly a course of hurdling has benefited this handsome colt coltLord Lord Hoseberys goodlooking colt The AAMnter King by SoninLaw Signorinetta carried off the Easter AVcightforAge Plate of 3000 to the winner His victory at Liverpool was most promis ¬ ing Unfortunately he has the reputation of lik ¬ ing the going to be somewhat on the soft side sideThe The Spring Handicap of Newcastle was worth 1075 to the winner His breeding will interest American readers This was the homebred bay colt Johnny Roebuck by Sir Martin He was a winner last year as a threeyearold His dam Lucy Ferrnnd was one of the speediest mares of her day and won t large number of races in the North of England where she was an idol of race ¬ goers Johnny Hoebuck is her first foal Her sire is Joe Chamberlain a staying grandson of Hampton dam Bauble by Muncnsler In 1920 Sir Martin fcired the winners of seven races and stakes at a value of 11080 11080The The cliief event of the Kempton meeting was the Queens Prize a one and onehalf miles handicap worth 000 Trespasser as the virtual winner of the Liverpool Cup and unpenalized was a hot favorite in a field of eighteen runners He gave his supporteis some anxiety in the straight where he was long balked of an opportunity to come through AAhen he got clear he went on to win easily by a couple of lengths This brilliant hurdler was carrying 110 pounds including two pounds extra for the services of Carlslake Tres ¬ passer cost Mr Heybourn 11500 in the December sales 118 but his owner must have recovered his outlay many times over He was bred by Lord Ellesmere who raced him his first two years He is the second foal of Intrusive by Isinglass His sire is the Frenchbred Kildure II Apparently the cause of Trespassers failures on the flat has been due to the fact that he needs strong handling so that a light boy is useless to ride him

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