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AN IRISH-BRED HORSE.
The, 14títh "renewal" race tor the Derby li ao called because lu the war years the rac< was run at Nrwmarfcet,. from 1915 to 1918 more, for the "business as usual" principle thar us a real sporting event. English people art accustomed to rain, snow, and sleet for their outdoor amusement and sportive speculatl. n but it is regrettable that the weather was in such a contrary mood on Wednesday.
The winner-Trigo-is an Irish-bred horse He is a full brother to the well-performed Ath ford, which this season has won such good races as the Newbury Spring Cup ( ie mlle" and the Great Jubilee Handicap at Kempton Park. He also finished second to Elton In th» Lincolnshire Handicap Trigo did well os a two-year-old. He had two wins, a second and a third out of five starts. By a coincident Athford, in his year, won the Phoenix Plate, a per- formance that was repeated by Trigo in che following year. This year, up to April 27 Trigo had had one win-in the Berkshire Handicap at Newbury, seven furlongs.
The second horse-Walter Gay-owned uno bred by Lord Woolavington, ls a chestnut colt by Captain Cuttle from William's Pride, by William the Third from Stop Her. by Carbine (imp.). He was not raced when two years old, but this season. tn the Craven Stakes a mile race at Newmarket, won by Cragadour
he finished fourth.
Brienz, the third colt, ls a brown, Dy Bhnv from Blue Laku. by Gainsborough from MIBP Cobalt, by Pride. Last year he had six starts, winning the Rous Plate at Doncaster, the Bos cawen Stakes, Newmarket; and the Dew- hurst stakes, at Newmarket. Brienz finished third In the Ham Produce Stakes at Good- wood, and third at Newmarket in the Middle Park Stakes; but he missed a place in the Stud Produce Stakes at Newmarket Thi* season Brienz wini the Column Produce stakes a mlle race, ut Newmarket
J. Marshall, who rode the winner, wa? an apurcnilce to the Epsom trainer S. Wootton but he is now Included in the list of Jockeys and his riding weight ls officially recorded
as 8st 91b.