THE NATIONAL STUD
MYROBELLA AS SAVIOUR
Myrobella, a two-year-old filly bled at the Bntish XatioSal Stud at Kildare,- hag achieved such success* in the,' current season that the decision to dispense with the stud may be revised? Owned by the Government and ledsed by Loid Lonsdale, Myrobella has already won five races. She has Won £12,000, of which the Government has received £4000. The stud pieviously was running at a loss, but Myiobella, which is now piobably woith £20,000, has changed the financial outlook. The success of Mjiobella will bring the National Stud into greatei importance in the thoroughbied breeding industry of the world. The stud was founded in 1910, the propeity being a gift to the nation by Mr Hall Walkei, who later became Lord Wavertree. " Mjrobella is a granddaughter of the unbeaten horse, The I'otrarch, and recently she wou "the Champagne Stakes at Doiicastei by si\ lengths The Tetiaich also won this iamoiib iac& "When the1" JaSs mail left, England hoisos. bied at the National Stud had' this season won '£19,594 in,stakes,'with sixteen wihncis of thirty-faoveh lacesr
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THE NATIONAL STUD, Evening Post, Volume CXIV, Issue 108, 3 November 1932
THE NATIONAL STUD Evening Post, Volume CXIV, Issue 108, 3 November 1932
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