Cetigne Goes from Racing: Great Figure of Australasian Turf Now in the Stud, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-30


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. J i j I • I I j * . » . J K e s a j to o of ,f a a in ■ I. in ii of ef d i. ,l e " 4 jCETIGNE GOES PROM RACING1 , a — Great Figure of Australasian Turf Now in the Stud. * Holder of Two Records and Veteran of Seven Years in Best Company. t-— 4 " Another great figure went to the stud from the Australasian rae-e courses when Cctigne. now nine yeara old. was retire-d to T. A. Stiltons Dunlop St nil at Merriwa. Cetigne has beta a great money winner and rec-onl holder. He had won 40. .tr. in seven years. Here is his record in rae es anil money won for the seven years: Tear. Paces. Aral. Year. Paces. Amt. 101.1 3 B3S,7tS 1010 1 S9.441 P.Hf, 0 43.100 101H 3 21.95 1017 1 SJKSB 1921 0 3.0IM 1!1S 5 30.MHI Total ¥140,323 i Bred by Mrs. Moran. he- was sold as n yearling ; for ,000 to 0. Barne.t, for whom he was trained . by K. Oreen. At his first start as a two-year-old Cetigne ran seeonil to Did Monte in the Australian 1 Jockey Club Breeders Plaie, and then afler missing - a place in the Oimcrack Stakes and Maribyrnong : Plate, opened his winning account in the Nursery Handicap at Pandwi.k in December. This slice ess • he- followed up with the December Stakes, for which i he was an even money favorite. Later he won the 1 Australian Jockey Clubs Sires Produce Stakes. • 1 it at the same meeting missed a place in the I Champagne Stakes, for Which he was an even 1 money favorite. That rae e- was the first lo acepaaint 1 us of the fact of Cetigne not being suited by heavy going. At three years lie was beaten by Walace Isinglass I in the Be seliill Onincas. but in the Australian i Jockey Club-., Derby de.w nod Mr. J. Browns horse-, • which started a .1 to 2 favorite. In the Victoria 1 Dei by Cetigne again beat Wallace Isinglass, but both were defeated by Palrobas. Mr. Bafnett raced I Cetigne until the close of Hie Australian Jo-key V Clubs autumn mceliiig of IMS, and then sold him II as a four-year-old to Mr. Stirtou for S7.100. and 1 a winning contingency „ S2.100. At that time e tie general opinion was thai Mr. Stirton had not I made a good inve.-tnn lit, hut that iciea proved II piite eiTonrous. On changing hands Cetigne was trained by T. F. . Scully, and his first win in Mr. Stirtons eaten s was the BoeebUl Spring Slakes. The same season n In- v.o.i the Villie-rs Stakes with ISO paaada and d the Newmarket with l-O pounds. However, it t was as a six-year-old thai he won a rkce which h will never be- forgotten by those who witnessed it. ;- It was tin- Ciivi-u Plate, for which Desert ledd ! was favorite at. .1 t" 2 on. and Cetigne was at t 12 to 1. Cetigne won by a head from Wotarot, i- willi wh:;i Kstland ami Paw It Oold were almo-t ;l in line. The time was 2:04 ;... an Australian mile p ami a quarter record, now shared by C.rcenstead. • These two al-o share the Australian reec.rd for a a mile. Qreeaatead having raa in 1:37 at Hanelwiek, • and Cetigne in the same time at Ilemington. Despite his Australian Joe key Club Derby vic- testy, Cetigne was not a stayer, his furthest win in ii a iiandieap being at one and three-eighths ■ilea ■s in the Baaa Handicap. Actually his best handicap [i perfbraaaaea at a distance was his third with 129 !9 pounds as a four-year-old, in the Metropolitan, won m by Jttinolngist. Tlu-re were thirty-five raaaera ra thai year. Altogether, Cetigne started in eighiy- r- two races and was placed in fifty of them. At the stud Cetigne should do well. He pos-- 5_ ssosscs substance, has an excellent disposition, and 1j his sire. Crafton half -brother to Polymelus, has _ ls ben wonderfully prolific of first -cl. :ss performers. j Cetigncs dam. Pretty Nell, i.s by imiKirted Pads _ lock nVenlock — Trebbia l from Doris, by Kecfcfera-11 gat from La Nainc. whose numerous winners included the IS.S3 Newmaikei Iiandieap winner. Tyro-•rl KANOAUOO. peaa. a ♦

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