About The Two-Year-Olds., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-23


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ABOUT THE TWO-YEAR-OLDS. Seventeen youngsters are on the programs to run their first races today. There are eleven at Aqueduct, five at Pimlico and one at Oakland. At Aqueduct there will be two uew ones from the stable of James K. Keene and both bred at his astleton Stud in Kentucky. They are Citizen, by Voter — Klsie. and Transvaal, by Commando — Koyal Hose. Citizen is a half brother to that good •printer, Elsie L., a favorite with Chicajjoans when he was carrying the Tlchenor Mian, Transvaal is a half brother to Larn-astiian and Kegal. Robert Tucker will be represented by two tlint were bred at Setioiila Stud and bought by him at tlie sale of W. H. llWll yearlings last September. For Silver Cup, by Allan a Dale Karelia II. he paid 1880, and for Melzar. by Wool-ihorpc ft nan, he paid S1.S8Q. Silver up is a half sister to the good call Frank Gill, as well a- to Maiia a gecd winner in Fngland. Mcl/ar is a half slstet to Timothy Wen. Big Mac and Lome. Foremast, by Solitaire II Im inelhi. is a half sister to Preset valor, winner of the Thornton Slake-. four miles, at Oakland last year. Foremast was bred l y Adolph Spre.-kels at Napa Slock Farm in California and was sold lo II. T. Oxnard far ,r 0. Concerned, bf Bowling Break— Settle Gray, u.i-bred by Ike lata Charles f. M.VIeekin at oak wood Stud in Kentucky and was sidd 10 11. T. Grittin for 50. Slle is a half sister to Bet-e an. I her dam is a half sisler to Bannoi-kbiii n. Silkeys Son. by J. W. .lohuson Sukev. is lie t"u-l foal of his dam. a sister lo ihe g MNl race aorw John Coulter. Sukeys Son was bred al A. I Hundley and Sons Monnieta Stud iu Keniueky. and was sold a- I yearling for 2.".. Alauda. by Ornament, out of the goad mare I.Aloiiette. was bred by K. T. Wil--u. Jr.. in w aaae stable she now is. Kedstail is a lull brothel lo this tilly. Kellar, by GtrgmtCWM Kcivhief. was -bred il Baacacma Stud in New Jeraejr and was -old to .lames McLaughlin for .«Ni. tiein w bom he aaaacd to 1. J. I.autry. He is the lirst foal of Kerchief. a half sister t.. Heieii Mar. a winner and the dam of Little Boy. Apple Toddy. b.v Toildington— La Fleur. and Royal Vane, b.v K-..val Flush III. -Flavanc. were bred b.v J. B. Haggin at Kaneho del IM-o in aliloinia. Apple Toddy is a half brother to Lotus and I. inky Strike and his dam is a half sister to ihe noted mare Firenze. M. L. Haymau gafC ,5M far this colt. Royal Vane, for which Fred Bui lew paid SI. KIP. is a half brother to Purslane. Watcrvane and llavanus. Maid of Carroll, by Filigrane— Chat ite. whi. h i-to start today at Pimlico, was bred and is owned by Miss Thelma W. I.ittlefield. daughter of Fred Littlelield and granddaughter of ihe late K. W. Walden, at Middleburg, Md. Maid of Carroll is a half sitser to the g od colt Computer and to The Veiled Lady, which was the tirst winner in the colors of Miss Littlefield. Artist Model, by Watercolor, out of the young mare Dentifrice, was bred by J. B. Haggin at Fluiendorf Stud in Kentucky. Beardall. by The Creek — Marionette, is a half brother to Mutate. He comes from Mr. Haggins farm in California. Jockwood. by Hyphen, is the lr*1 faal of Keep Still, a sister to Donna Rita, the winner of Ml] ta.es. Jockwood was bred by Buford Allen at Lexington, Ky., and was sold to M. J. Thoiup-..n for Hi. Music Master, bf Herliert— Annie I.ayne, is a half brother to Artime-ia, Appreciation, Mi--ioii and CrOCaaa, He was bred by Messrs. Williams S Radford at Adelbert Stud in Kentucky, and was sold to the Chelsea Stable for 00. Janet L.. by Yellow Tail— Arrival, the solitary debutant al Oakland today, was bred at the An i -borage Stock Farm iu California.

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