Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-26


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NOTES OF THE TURF The highest price paid for a suckling in the Bluegrass for years is the brown Hanover Workmate colt just sold by Applegate Appellate Me Meekin Meek to Charley Patterson for 54000 The colt is of unusual finish He has a blaze face with hind feet white nearly to his hocks and otherwise he might be pro ¬ nounced bounced a brown Mr M F Dwyer was the first to fancy the youngster which was foaled Jar uary unary 24 when but a few days old He offered 1000 for it but the proposition was refused Mr E J McDonald of New York next offered 2500 and Charley Patterson raised him 500 Patterson wanted Mr McMeekin Emceeing to set a price on the colt which he would not do for some time and when he did the plucky turfman Truman readily took him up upThe Ute The Brighton Beach track record at a mile and a furlong made in 1879 stood until Thursday when Briar Sweet lowered it half a second by running the distance in 1 53 flat Her race was a remarkably fast one throughout the first mile being run in 13945 The fractional time was 12 24 36h 1 39 4 5 1 53 53Eeports Eeports Deports from Charley Pattersons Patterson string at Louisville are that all are doing well Hand ¬ spring is going great guns and Mr Patterson is now satisfied that he will not only stand training but will probably be better this fall than he ever was He will bo sent east soon to join the others of Mr Dwyers Dyers stable stableOcean stablemen Ocean Prince chestnut colt 2 by Hyderabad Hydra Ocean Queen the property of the Sensation Stable died from spinal meningitis on Friday July 15 He had never started in a race but from private trials was considered a very prom ¬ ising rising colt coltJ colt J G Chicago No place odls olds on Libertine in f he race you speak of

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