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"BEST SINCE ISINGLASS"

;■■•■ After ( ' he had won the 'Craven- Stakes at >, ewm'arkct last month on Colombo, the Australian jockey, W. R. Johnstone remarked, '"This is. the1 best 'horse I have ever ridden'" ,■-'::. - A .> . . ....

Lord Glanely, owner of Colombo, said that a good judge had told him last year that Colombo was the best horse since; Isinglass. It may bo added that Isinglass a son of Isonomy, won the Triple Crown in 1893. Colombo' \ull be tackling the nrst of the reason's classics, the Two .thousand Guineas, at Xewraarket tomorio\v, and on all reports he is likely to go out one of the hottest favourites ever for this race.

FINE FOR MISSTATEMENTS

i Xl ast montll's meeting- of the ■ Queens-land-lur£ Club committee, A: G. Anderson, liorse-tramer, W. H.-Anderson, of Goom' burra, and R. Joyce, of Munbilla, appeared *?.. answers charges arising out of recent litigation concerning : ;the • ownership- of the horses Dolled Up and Kengoon''; They were charged ; a s follows:-W. H Anderson, furnishing misstatements when registering the horses, withholding information regarding the leasing of ■ them, and tailing to register a partnership- A G Anderson .entering the .horses and " not -stating all the names- of «€he persons having an lnterestSjin them; and R. Joyce not Tegistering; a partnership name or the names ot the partners interested in the horses. - Each was fined £50: ■■.. ' ;.'. : .. • The penalty is .rather ni'ore, severe in Aew Zealand, for in- similar cases during the last two years.'terms of a.'year's disqualification have been imposed.- •■•"■'

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"BEST SINCE ISINGLASS", Evening Post, Volume CXVII, Issue 101, 1 May 1934

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"BEST SINCE ISINGLASS" Evening Post, Volume CXVII, Issue 101, 1 May 1934

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