Horses Sold., Daily Racing Form, 1900-06-22


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HORSES SOLO. Drogheda, that has proved himself to be the best two-year-old colt exhibited here this spring, was sold Wednesday by Owen Bradley, acting for Gus Strauss, to H. Eugene Leigh for ,000. The deal was made by telegraph, aud one of the conditions was that the colt be shipped at once to Leigh at Sheepshead Bay. Drogheda was accordingly scratched from the third race and last night was expressed to his new owner. The colt is by Russell — Minnehaha 111., and his races on local tracks entitle him to be rated the best youngster here. He will, without a doubt, prove a winner on eastern tracks. Tom McDowell Wednesday received a telegram from Woodford Clay, announcing that he had sold his good three-year-old colt Philippine, that he recently took east after his slashing good races at Newport. The message did not say to whom the colt was sold, but it stated that a good price was realized. Mr. McDowell believed that Philippine was purchased by Phil Chinn for Jacob Worth, an east-ener, who is gathering a big 6table.— Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.

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