Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-27


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF The success of the Bromley Brome stable this season is very gratifying to the firm and should be to all true lovers of the turf Last year nearly everything in their large stable went wrong or had bad luck of some kind Although they had high class horses they did not seem to be able to win any kind of a race raceThis ascetics This season almost every member of their big string that has started has won or captured some part of the money Great credit is due trainer Julius Bauer for his careful handling of the stable Mr Bauers Bauer success is not difficult of explanation He is a thorough horseman and puts in the majority of his waking hours with his charges and here is a tip for some of those trainers who have good horses which can ¬ not win or spend the most of their time in the stable Morning Telegraph The always pleasant Saratoga meeting begins tomorrow under favorable circumstances The stables are full of horses from all parts 01 the country The ring is free to all comers at the odd figure of 57 per day The Saratoga hotels are unusually well patronized this year owing to a great falling off in the number of holiday seek ¬ ers who but for the war would be in Europe and various other elements combine to forecast a successful meeting meetingIt meeting It is said that the only horse Ed Gardner ever bred that he will not sell is Bangle When this colt was a 2yearold Gardner thought in him he had the grandest racehorse ever foaled On the day when Bangle won the Drexel Stakes at Washington Park Gardner wired his friends at St Louis Bet on Bangle BangleThe Bangle The 4yearold The Chemist is apparently the best sprinter now running at St Louis and is evidently smart enough to win over the Chicago tracks if judiciously placed Of his career at the Fair Grounds the Republic says The Chemist has started thirteen times at the Fair Grounds this year and placed nine purses to the credit of his owner Of these seven were won in so many consecutive starts He ran second once to Ed Farrell and was unplaced once The first time he went to the post he fell down and failed to finish The Chemist was a fair sort of a 2yearold Last year he was a confirmed cripple and failed to stand training Brewer Schorr Scorer owns a full brother of The Chemist called The Druggist who is a 3yearold maiden Leo stratus stratums the speedy but fainthearted 2yearold now racing at the Fair Grounds is also a full brother of The Chemist Tony Licalzi Laical has learned a few things since Bill Scully Sully and Cy James made him a present some years ago at New Orleans of Ormie Dormice a horse that later the same season beat Scullys Sculls stake mare Hypocrite at Washington Park Tony afterwards gave away a good horse The first season there was running races at Mil ¬ waukee wake he loft Farley Fairly a fair selling plate sprinter with Secretary Fleming Let him run out said the proprietor of The Water ¬ melon Stable And Mr Fleming babied the animal for a year and then started him as fat as a bull One hundred to one was Farleys Barleys price but he showed speed and before the meeting close 1 was winning races So Tony got the horse back and last year made money with him It is said that for two years or more Licalzi Laical has trained his own horses He surely has breadwinners in Lady Ellerslie Wellesley and Al Fresco It is said Tod Todd Sloan has been offered a re ¬ tainer trainer of 25000 for next season for the first call on his services by Mr Simons a South African millionaire now going in largely for racing Lord William Beresford Hereford denies he tendered for Sloans Slogans services as under the arrangements made by him on dissolving partnership with Pierre Lorillard his horses will be ridden by jockeys attached to Marchs Marches stable where he will train next season It is rumored that John Hyland Holland will handle the Whitney Paget Page stable next season with Hogan who now trains to look after the jump ¬ ers exclusively Of course Hyland Holland will con ¬ tinue tine to train Mr Belmonts Belmont horses for the remainder of this season and it may be that the engagement will be renewed New York Journal JournalThe Journal The crack Australian threeyearold Aurum which Mr Jersey Mrs Langtry Angry recently pur pour ¬ chased from W R Wilson has reached New ¬ market England where the son of Trenton will be trained by Fred Webb The colt arrived in the Damascus which also conveyed two other Australian colts Coronation and Borgia Borg both the property of Mr W Webb Coronation is said to have been the best twoyearold toehold that had raced in Queensland

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