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CLARISSIMUS NOW FRENCH Noted Son of Radium-Quintessence, Purchased by Madame Blanc Crack Racers to Stud. LONDON. England. September 14. Clarissimus. chestnut horse, foaled in 1913, by Radium Quintessence, by St. Frusquin, has been sold by Signor Gian Riceardo Telia to Madame Edmond Blanc, who will send him to her French stud. Clarissimus was purchased by Signor Cella last year from the Duke of Portland and has been standing at William AVaughs Side Hill Stud, Newmarket, at a fee of 00. Clarissimus had good records as a two and three-year-old. He won the Clearwell Stakes, Two Thousand Guineas and Champion Ctakes. besides many minor races. His dam. Quintessence, by St. Frusquin Margarine, by Petrarch, was unbeaten and was a winner of the One Thousand Guineas and the Newmarket Oaks. All engagements in the name of Sir H. Cunliffe Owens Spearwort. b. e. 4, by Spearmint Monisinia, by Gallinule, have been canceled and the colt has been retired to the Meddler Stud at Newmarket, where he will stand at a fee of 50. Lord Zetlands Poiume de Terre, b. h, 5, by Polymelus Homestead, by Minstead, which won the Prix du President de la Republique on July 3, has also been retired to the Meddler stud. Major D. McCalinonts Tetratenia. gr, c, 4. by The Tetrarch Scotch Gift, by Symington, is going to Ireland next year at a fee of ,500. He will be accompanied by Lord Dewars Abbots Trace, ch. c. 4. by Tracery Abbots Anne, by Rightaway, which will command a fee of 00, and by Lionel Robinsons Prince Galahad, ch. c, 4, by Prince Palatine Decagone, by Martagon. Caligula, gr. c, 4, by The Tetrarch Snoot, by Perigord, the property of the Indian sportsman, Mr. Goculdas, is now en route from India to England, and will stand at a fee of ,500 for a limited number of mares. Goculdas bought five good, yearlings at the recent Doncaster sales, which he intends racing in England next year. He has brought James Crawford from India to train his horses in England. Lord Ixindonderry put Iolemarch, ch. c, 3, by The Tetrarch Pouice. by Polymelus, on offer for sale to India at 0,000 on the morning of the St Leger race, subject to acceptance prior to thfc running of that race. The death of the veteran sire Forfarshire, at Witham, Essex, is reported as having occurred on September 7. Forfarshire, by Royal Unmptun St. Elizabeth, by St. Simon, was foaled iu 1897 at the farm where he died. He was bred by the later well-known sportsman and breeder of blood stock, Robert Alfred Bryce. Eventually Forfarshire retired to the stud wherein lie was born and became the sire of Braxted, Mcreutio, Eudorus, Irish Demon, Agnate and Bannockburn, among many others. His progeny won over 150 races in the colonies and in Europe during the past decade, in addition to the sons and daughters which Avon for him in England. In fact, his stock have won races in practically every country in the world.