Oneck Stables Good Prospects.: Javotte, Sister to Black Fox, Star of the Fillies Woolsthorpe Truth Colt Best., Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-19


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ONECK STABLES GOOD PROSPECTS. J.ivotte. Sister to Black Fox, Star of the Fillies — Woolsthorpe-Truth Colt Best. K w fork, l"i l.rii#- 18. If ii|i:.i .i ranees go tat anything the Oneck Stable should be more ambitiously represented Ihe coming season than for some years. I .. ■ . season Clare Raasell proved a -good in-e in. ent for the stable. She was purchases as a yearling for 30 and won 2,400. Hyperbole also secoanted for the Astoria stakes, while all told there were seven srlnners of twenty one races and ■ore ill in 3,000. lliis was quite the best season the stable bad had in many years, but with any sari of good racing lurk eleven two year-olds which, with three or four older horses, make up the string, should exceed last seasons winnings. William Karrick, the trainer of the stable, is iblj Bltuated for the winter, having a large. contort title stable on the baekatretch s4 Sheepshead Bay. There Is a wnle shed seveo laps of which stake ooa mile, and lure the hoses of the stable get ilailj exercise regardless of the weather conditions. The appointments of the stable are flrst- • ia-- throughout. The two-year-olds were all bought as yearlings last summer by Mr. Knapp and good prices were paid, one of the besl looking of the juveniles is a chestnut coll by Hoolsthorpe Truth, the dam of Ladj [lolyr I. lie COSl more than any of the others, his price being ,300. He stands close to sixteen hands high and is a splendid Individual. He lias good head anil neck, well muscled shoulders and quarters, which denote the possession of ample speed. lii~ engagement! Include the Spring, Great Trial and Montnuk Stakes. a Basbj looking chestnut coll by Oeearlon, out • •f Ondalaa shows plenty of size and quality in his makeup, lie K especially well built and in common with the majority of the gel of Oesarlon should be well equipped with speed. If there is anything in looki this one should race well. He is eligible f..r the Eclipse snd Ureal Trial. Mr. Knapp paid 32,600 for linn. Another big colt is the chestnut by Pirate of Pemtance Peavine. He la I balf-brotber to J. P. Donoliue and coal ,200. Peavine. his dam. Is a hall suit r to Flocarline. He stands fully sixteen hands high, bat is built in proportion, and is a very g I one to look at. lie has a good head. showing much Intelligence, well shaped neck, great should, i -. ,_.~.d depth through the heart and well modeli ii quarters. Another Woolsthorpe Is a bay eoH out of Favor Bells, which has been named Bellwether. The juice paid for him was . HMt. He is put up on p_ .i m| Btrong racing lines and shows both size and quality. He is eligible for the Eclipse, Bedford, Double Even! and Zephyr Stakes. A racj looking brown coll 1" Prevkms. out of Wild Bess, for which Mr. Knapp paid ,004. has all the characteristics of a useful one. He has the sir.. ng shoulders and short back that denote weight-carrying ability, and should race well. His engagement-, include the Eclipse snd Atlantic Stakes. a small i ...king chesUiul gelding by Charade— i:.-cenan:i will probably be one of those selected to carry ihe Oneck colors at the early meetings. lie la a half brother to Cur us and cost ,560. He has the makeup of ■ decidedly useful horse, and looks like coining lo band early. He has plenty of size and qua lit] and will be named for the JuveoUe events at Aqueduct and Jamaica. If the chestnut gelding by Oesartoa, out of Armlel. lM.nght for 80OO. does as well in his two-year-old year as his. alf brother, Armament, did at the same age, he wHl more than pay his way. With good head and neck, fine middle piece and immense quarters be presents s very racy appearance and ought to come to band early. The star of the Bllles in the string, if not of the entire coUeetioo, Is the brown tilly hv Si. George— Marie Jansen. sin- has been named Javotte for the rharacter played by Marie Jansen in "Ermiule" and which made her famous. Javotte is a full sister to Black Fox, and it would seem from her Drew u! appearance that Mr. Knapp got a bargain In her at ,400. Little fault could be found with her conformation, and the stable has a high opinion of ber Vraong ber engagemeata are the Fashion, Bedfiird, Vernal and Dtataff Slakes. line looking fill] i- the chestnut by Griffon, out of Fslrj Queen, she has size and qualitv and Is built for -peed. Sic wss well tried last fall. She is eligible for the Fashion Slakes. The Lay tilh In 1allierless fwiisse shows many good points and has size and quality to recommend her. She highly tried last fall and showed a high turn of speed. A siniill but well made miss is the chestnut filly by Ornament Gase, She is not quite up to the standard of tl tlurs in size and quality, but looks like being fast. Among the older horses Kiameaha, Clare Russell and Royal ln. are in the best of condition. Kiamesha. which was something of a disappointment last year, gets exercise on the track almost every day, being led by a boy on a pony. She looks like more than holding her own Id sprint races the coming season

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