St. Louis Owned Horses., Daily Racing Form, 1898-02-23


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ST LOUIS OWNED HORSES Concerning horses owned by St Louis turf ¬ men the Republic says Barney Schreibers Schreiber big band of 2yearolds at his farm in St Louis County are reported to be in excellent shape The big Balgowan Blown Ohio Belle colt has had all the surplus fat worked oil him and is now as hard as nails Miss Marion a beautiful bay filly by Hirayar Hurray is exceedingly promising and the Balgowan Blown Pennyroyal colt is another one in high favor with the stable Lands Sain Saint and a dozen broodmares pur pour ¬ chased by Mr Schreiber in California this winter will arrive at the farm shortly shortlyA shortly A lot of stuff has been printed in the papers lately about Charley Pattersons Patterson wonderful twoyearold toehold filly May Hempstead by Patron Lillio Lillie Hempstead May Hempstead won the Bayonet Stakes and another race at New Or ¬ leans and is now being touted as the filly of the year She was shipped south from Memphis J C Cahn Can of St Louis has a filly at Memphis that can give May Hempstead cards and spades so the Memphis rail birds state The filly in question is the beautiful chestnut by Chance Playingfields Plainfield that carried off the blue ribbon at the St Louis Fair last fall She certainly is a gem of the first water Her dam Playingfiolds Plainfield is the mother of that good race horse Hurling ham hamJohn Harmon John Huffman another St Louis horseman thinks he will be able to give May Hempstead a game if she comes to the St Louis meeting Huffman has a full sister to the famous Deer foot by Hindoo Indoor Dreamland that is said to be as fast as a ghost Another filly in the Huff ¬ man string out of the famous Tulla Tulle Blackburn is highly though of Her mother certainly was a race mare of the first class and if Huffmans Huffman twoyearold toehold can run anywhere near as fast as her mother could Johnny will certainly have a corn cracker What er Lou Our Chance Dare II and the rest of the older horses in the Huff ¬ man stable have wintered well and should be heard from early this spring springLouis springhouse Louis A Cella Ella and Joseph Sippy Snippy left for Hot Springs last night On their way south they will stop over in Little Rock and have a look at Bill Sippys Snippy string at Clinton Park Bill has Assignee Merry Monarch Achieve Whirlaway Whirl Doctor G and other well known performers in his stable These horses were wintered in St Louis and were shipped to Littlo Little Rock about two weeks ago agoJ ago J H Payne the East St Louis stockman is having his good horse Harry Duke prepared over the Madison track Harry Duke is in the Montgomery Handicap to be run the first day of the Memphis spring meeting and hi owner will probably ship him south for this stake The distance is one mile and a sixteenth and the handicappor handicapper has placed 103 on Harry Duke The report that Dr Bernays Betrays had bought Harry Duke was a mistake The doctor was negotiating for the horse but he could not see his way clear to pay the price demanded by Mr Payne PayneThe Panther The Hasbrouck Hassock yearlings at Goodwood Godhood are a grand looking lot Eddie Gaines went out to see the old horse when he was in St Louis re ¬ cently gently and expressed himself as being greatly pleased over his condition Ho wrote Billy Bar rick of New York that Hasbrouck Hassock was in great shape and his first batch of youngsters were the finest ever seen around this country Mr Lucas states that he will probably dispose of the Has ¬ brouck brock youngsters in New York

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