Hitchcock-Madden Horses., Daily Racing Form, 1907-03-08


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HITCHCOCK-MADDEN HORSES. Writing It Washington under dale Of March 4. ■ correspond nl says of the arrival of the Madden Hitchcock horses from Little Bock and Lexington: •The eeaatng oi these cracks from the winter train Ing mound in Arkansas to Join with some wintered at Beaafag and others fresh from Hamburg Place in Kentucky brought to the coarse the largest crowd of visitors since toe meeting closed last fall. The list is made up of Good and Plenty, Hyias, The Quail. Bast Bud, Baylor, Dandelion, Tangle and Vendor. The three-year-olds Sarrldere, Golf Fall. I Daahaway, Toddles, Spherical, old Colony, Sally K. and laist. and these tu o year-olds: Smoker, i h. e, by Yankee Smoke. I g Ball, br. g, by Plaudit Gutta Pereha. Polaris, -ii. t. by Ogden — Star of the Went, Woodcraft, b. g, by Octagon- -Wood Nymph. Bay gelding, bj G. W. uhnson — Lillian Lee. Cbestnnt tiliv. by Ogden Setfast Baj colt, by Galore Blissful. Bay colt, by Galore Emotional. Bay Ally, by Handspring Femesole. Bay hlly. by Plai od Satisfy. i eatnul colt, by Planudea Lady Sterling. i • stnul Blly, by Plaudit Passan. Bay B0] . by Pieodll Mj rtJe Harkness. r irMniii Blly, bj Plaudit— Semaphore. I taut i ioi it el la. Baj liily. bj Ogden Sister Stella. Bay colt, by Ogden ■Golden Prop. Pay olt. by Planudea — Lucy Glitters. chestnut tiliy. by Star Shoot -The Niece. I Broun colt, by Pontlac — Aleretaa. Bay COlt, bv G. W. JokJMOn Crucite. Bay colt, by Ogden St. Pauliec. "Salvidcre looks the grand individual that he is. and he has not had a sick day all winter. Since metropolitan racing dosed last fear, BalvMerc has put on Mesh, let down and furnished to a degree, and is now more impressive as a three year old than he was a c:ir ago, Salvjdoie is now a bigger and heavier col: than ever, and increased maturity has. if anything, improved his action and way of going in his work. Even at slow cantering, all he was given when at the track yesterday, the son of Belvidere showed his resolute style to perfection, and none of his interested audience could fail to realize the great reserve power in his powerful back and quarters. Salvidctv has not been idle at Little Bock by any means and can be got ready to face i the barrier la short order. "Dandelion, the live year old son of Hamburg, and Tangle, the loin va ar-ohl daughter Of Meddler, also i slow good elects from their winter at the Arkassas I training center. The arbiter was ■ very open one at Little Bock and the lenses had oer.v beneli of i | a track nearly always in •_ ■ h 1 condition for work. Coming up here, all the steam was shut off in the CBS and the horses were without ether than natural beat, giving them plenty of ventilation, of course. They reached Benning In a snowstorm and the Uon — had to walk from the chine through sis ini lies of snow on the way to the barns; not one of them caught cold, although they had nor struck thai kind of weather all winter. "Golf Ball. Toddles ami DashawaSj have BUM tilled out and put on weight. The Quail and List Bad are also in fine bodily condition, the latter, ■ handsome brown by Ogden Frames McClelland, looks further advanced than most of iijs companions and may br selected t" carry the aetata in one or both ol the Penning Spring handicaps. Good and Plenty and Hylaa have been wintering at Billy Garths farm I i.i Virginia. Both appear in robust bodily health and are being galloped every day. Among such a big bunch of two year-olds-twenty two in all — com- i parisons are no easy mailer. AH are well bred and good lookers, especially the four Plaudits, four Ogdens and three Pteaudes. All are well advanced, as the opponents of the stables representatives a th Dinner st;ik.s are apt to find out."

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