Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-02-13


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF Secretary Ed Hopper has at length published the entries to the sixteen Latonia Antonia stakes which closed February 1 and they make a remarkably good showing with a total of 1362 nominations divided as follows STAKES OF 1898 1898Clipsotta SPRING Clipsotta Clips 58 mile 98 Harold 58 mile 94 Sensation 34 mile 75 Oovington Booing Spring 512 furlongs 100 Ripple Imile Simile 59 Latonia Antonia Spring Prize 1 18 miles 50 50Imile Tobacco Imile Simile 83 Milldale Moldable 34 mile 63 63I National I 18 miles 48 Cincinnati Hotel 1116 miles 66 STAKES OF OFKimball 8 AUTUMN Kimball 34 mile Zoo Zoo 34 mile Kentucky Central 1 mile STAKES OF 1899 SPRING SPRINGLatonia Strangulation Latonia Antonia Derby 112 miles 128 128Himyar Himyar Shimmy 118 miles 129 129Latonia Latonia Antonia Oaks 1 14 miles 107 107The The two leading handicap fixtures for the spring meeting the National for 3yearolds and upward at 1 18 miles and the Latonia Antonia Spring Prize for 3yearolds also 118 miles secured the following entries The National Handicap Frank Thompson Colonel Bartlett Ramiro II Ed FarrellSacket Farrell Banished Taluca Talc John Bright J H C Elu El ¬ sive skive Dare II George Lee Boanerges Beaneries Wont Dance Rosinante Obstinate Geyser Presbyterian Lieber Libber Karl Algol Macy Marcy Meadowthorpe Meadow Fleischmann Freshman Don Quixote Colonel Wheeler Simon W Tra Terra verser verse Jackanapes Eddie Jones Orimai Prima Car nero Buck Massie Massive Harry Duke Eleanor Holmes Ulysses Paul Kauyar Kayla Panmure Manure Galli Gallia ¬ vant vaunt Bromo Brome Milwaukee Performance White Frost Pink Coat Senator Bland Alleviate AlleviateThe Alleviate The Latonia Antonia Spring Prize Dacien Damien Hampden Hempen Banished Ed Farrell Swing Bangle Pink Coat Brightie Brighten S Alleviate Liober Libber Karl Frank Thompson Presbyterian Uarda Guardia Pontus Isa Lisa bey bevy Irwin Jackanapes Bannockburn Bannock Don Quixote Ben Hadad Add Pingree Pongee Gasconade Lord Neville Sackot Scot Tom Collins CollinsFred Collins Fred Gebhard Gerhard denies having any definite in ¬ tention tenting of sending his crack steeplechaser Olindo Olin to England to try for the Grand National next year and of the jumping game in this country says A man cannot afford to run a first class horse in steeplechases in America for the small money that is offered If he is a really good horse he has to carry 168 pounds or thereabout and run the chance of breaking down for the paltry sum of 700 which is about the largest sum offered to the winner At Brookline Mass they offer better stakes in the steeplechase line than any other club does They add as much as 1500 to some races and that is worth winning I only ran Olindo Olin in one race last year with the excption exception of the races he ran in at Brookline He won the Coney Island Grand National very easily prov prove ¬ ing King that he is as good as I believe him to be He carried 162 pounds and was never extended extendedThere extended There were two horses belonging to highway ¬ men which were famous in their time One of them belonged to the celebrated knight of the road Paul Clifford He was called Robin and was Irish In color iron gray and was reputed by judges of horseflesh and there were some who were quite as competent to give an opinion if not more so as any of the present day to be absolutely without blemish and to be second to none Another famous horse or rather mare was Black Bess Bests Her owner Dick Turpin Turin or to give him his correct name Nicks committed a robbery in London at 4 oclock o'clock in the morning and fearing discovery made for Gravesend Graves ferried across the river and appeared at the bowling green in York the same evening having accomplished his ride of 300 miles in sixteen hours on one horse At least so says the legend and this is certain that on his trial he was acquitted the jury considering it impossible that he could have got to York in the time London Standard R E M Potter has a small but select string in preparation at Louisville with the good colt Pontus at the head His list is as follows Pontus ch c 3 by Whistle Jacket Ten Ban BanKris Bankers Kris Kringle Cringle b c 3 by Springbok Brune Brunei BruneAl Brumal Al Sirat Spirant b c 2 by Bersan Berman Katherine Bassett Basset BassettCantatus Cantatus Cantatas b c 2 by Pardee Parsee Fay S SIron Iron Iron Chancellor br c 2 by Patron Linen

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