Juggernauts Turf Career: Sire of Silver Urn and Silver Image Winner of Two Races.; Was Bred by King Edward VII. and Foaled in 1908--Blood Lines Show Names of Many Winners of English Classics., Daily Racing Form, 1923-01-24


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JUGGERNAUTS TURF CAREER Sire of Silver Urn and Silver Image Winner of Two Eaces IT as Bred by King Edward VH and Foaled FoaledIn In 1918 Blood Lines Show Xames of ofMany Many Winners of English Classics Although it is purely a matter of opinion I have always considered St Simon the greatest race horse I ever saw and he died six days before Juggernaut the sub ¬ ject of this notice made his appearance Bred by King Edward VII Juggernaut was foaled at Sandringham on April 8 1908 and he is the youngest son of the Duke of Portlands celebrated horse now at the stud at SL Girpns was dropper earlier in the same year yearBeing Being backward and overgrown Richard Marsh made no attempt to train Juggernaut which now stands 16 hands 2 inches as a twoyearold and he first ran second in July of 1911 for a maiden plate at Salisbury won by Fair Day DayThought Thought certain to win a plate over the last threequarters of the Abingdon mile on his next appearance at the Newmarket Houghton fixture SL Simons son was beaten by Mr Howards England then a smart two yearold but ten days later at Liverpool Juggernaut won the Alt Plate by a short head from Top o the Morning and he was then purchased by Sir William Nelson for 1850 a remarkable bargain bargainWINS WINS JULY HANDICAP HANDICAPJuggeranut Juggeranut did not run again that sea ¬ son but in 1912 he readily won the July Handicap at Alexandra Park and some three weeks afterward he put up a smart per ¬ formance in the Croxteth Plate at Liverpool when he won extremely easily in Donoghues hands These were his only successes al ¬ though Juggernut ran in other races that season at the close of which his running career ended We will now glance through his pedigree Harkaway ittle Fairy fSpeculumoSierra 0 J fSpeculumo Sierra Roscbery I RoscberyI f Hermit Suicide SuicidemphionJSPrlDSflel Suicider tRchers Dhter DhterJSt r JSt Albans mphionJSPrlDSflel 1 ViridU tWenlock Sandal Winner of the Derby Winner of the St Legcr LegcrJUGGERNAUTS JUGGERNAUTS GOOD TFINNEKS TFINNEKSA A richcolored brofn and a horse of great bone and girth Juggeranut has done well this year with Silver Urn easy winner of the One Thousand and her brother Silver Image which won the Jubilee Stakes in fine style and the extra touch of Vedette which he gets through their dam Queen Sil ¬ ver is evidently an ideal blend for Jugger ¬ naut as he begot another smart racer from her in Silver Jug JugSilver Silver Image which was sold last July for 40000 and went to India was probably a better racer than either of his sisters but all three took plenty of beating and they collectively won in stakes here SOG10 Best of the others so far begotten by Juggernaut and a really goodlooking horse was Attil ius which as a threeyearold won the Princess of Wales Stakes worth 12550 at Newmarket in 1920 but unfortunately died recently Juggernaut which up to this year had been in Ireland is now the property of Lady Nelson and will stand next season at the Antwicks Stud Farm Letcombe Regis Berkshire at a fee of 495 Audax in Horse and Hound

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