Gossip of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1900-05-24


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GOSSIP OF THE TUR*. Lady Schorr, the fast 2-year-old filly, by Esher, in the Schorr stable, is about the bk?gest juvenile in the Memphis turfmans bnneb. 8he is a grand looking youngster, with the bead and neck of a stallion. This filly is expected to improve as the eeason advances. Miss Bennett, CONTINUED ON SECOND P ABB. GOSSIP OF THE TURF. Continued from First Page. | I George C. Bennett.-. 2-year-old wonder, is not | near ah large a filly as Lady Schorr, but what 1 there is of her is all horse. Hugh R. Baker, the J veteran trainer, says that Miss Bennett is one | of the best -looking fillies he ever laid his eyes I on. Sofala, Barney Schreibers invincible filly, is a racy-looking, well-made youngster, but there are several better looking two-year-olds than Sofala at Schreibers Woodlands Farm. One of the raciest-looking youngsters at the farm is » chestnut colt by Riley— Miss Howard, called Carpathian, who has a lot of stake engagement*. This colt is a sure-enough race horse, i f appearances count for anything. Companion, a chestnut filly by Service— Derfargilla, is another impressive looking youngster. Companion is a first foal. Her dam will be remembered aB a great race mare in her day. A light bay filly by Foul Shot— Innocence looks like she could carry a house and lot and win. She is a half Bister to Jerry Hunt and has speed. All the two-year-olds at Woodlands, ana there are about twenty of them, are in the best of physical condition. They wintered nicely and are by far the beet looking crop of youngsters that ever came off the farm.

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