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FOXBRIDGE'S RECORD

PROGKNY WINS «40,814, Prize-money amounting to £-10,814 was won by the progeny of the Foxlaw horse Fqxbriclge during the 1944-45 season, and this is a New Zealand record, the previous best being credited to Absurd for ] 021-22. when his representatives won £3(3,498. In Absurd's year, however, there was a lot more racing and stakes were about £100,000 higher. This is the fifth year in succession that Foxbridge has headed the list of winning stallions. The leading 20 sires for the season were as follows: — Wins Places £ Foxbridge 76 100 40,814 Salmagundi 46 114 19,554 Siegfried 37 58 16.827 Lang Bian 40 48 14.689 Bulandshar 35 55 12,638 Mr. Standfast 18 45 11.575 Hunting Song 26 " 55 11,227 Defoe 23 32 9,723 Broiefort 31 58 9,276 Inflation 28 39 9.254 Dink 19 48 9.240 Vaals 23 53 8.884 Theio 36 4D 7.436 Solicitor-General 22 66 7,423 Man's Pal 23 51 7,155 Kincardine 18 27 7.031 Ringmaster 19 36 6,921 Foxlight 18 35 6,787 Phaleron Bay 18 32 6.268 Beau Pere 9 24 6.037 Of the above list Salmagundi, Lang Bian, Hunting Song, Defoe, Inflation and Foxlight are dead; Beau Pere is in America, and Mr. Standfast, Dink and Phaleron Bay are in Australia.

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FOXBRIDGE'S RECORD, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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FOXBRIDGE'S RECORD Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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