About The Two-Year-Olds., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-27


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ABOUT THE TWO-YEAR-OLDS. Among the youngsters carded al Jamaica to begin their racing careers this afternoon is the first to carry Ihe colors oi Barney Schreiber in the east this year. She is Minnie 8., by Sain- -Miss Marion, therefore a full sister to Woodlands and Tom kTc Grath and a half sister to Joe Carey. Miss Marion, by Himyar out of the English mare Astolat by Kislier, was a speedy racer and a decidedly profitable investment for Mr. Schreiber. He got her as a yearling for :;r and she gave him a big return on his money by winning her very first start, the Bekataate Stakes at St. Louis in 189S. This filly Minnie G. is re parted to have worked faster than any of her age at Woodlands Farm in Missouri, where she was bred, foaled and trained until she was sent lo Hot Springs to trainer Brandt early in the year. Her preparation at Oaklawn was impressive and it should nol be surprising if she emu lates her dam by winning her first race. Woodlane, by Octagon — Wood vine, was bred by August Belmont at Nursery Siud in Kentucky and wa- --Id to Robert Tinker for 50. She is a full sister to ■Teadwltck and Weedaaw and half sister te Woolwich. Woodspring and Woodspike. Complete, by Compute — Reginella. was bred by H. T. O.xnard at Bine Ridge Stud in Virginia and was sold to W. 0. Sillily for the lale.-iine Stable for 00. Reginella is by Melton and was foaled in Italy in 18JKi. her dam being the Italian mare Regina. Reginella was taken from Italy to England in P.Hil and the following spring foaled Sugar Trust by Melauion. with which she had been mated in Italy. In the spring of 1002 Reginella was covered by Baloil and witli her foal Sugar Trust was broagat io this country. Her produce as the result of the mating with Baloil was Miss Freda and in l!Mi4 she dropped Piedmont Belle by Knight of the Thistle. Piedmont Belle started once last year and was unplaced. liivonni Raggio. by Diendonne — Thorn Blossom, was bred by J. B. Hauin at Llmeudorf Stud in Kentucky and was sold lo M. L. Haymau for ,600. Thorn Blossom was a winner aud is the dam of Wild Blos-om. She is a half sister to Pompadoura. dam of Telephone. Jood reports have lieen heard of Oivonni Raggio. He is said to be an unusually speedy colt. Mcdregor, by Oddfellow — Per Contra, was bred by Cabas and Psraytae at their farm near Harrodsburg, Ky.. and will make bis first start in the colors of Fred Forsythe. He is a half brother to Good Bye and Per Centum. The solitary debutante at Pimlico today is Miss Caieshy. by Star Shoot--Jessie Bnswoll. Miss Catesby was bred by Messrs. Catesby WiMMlford and A. B. Croxlon at Pari-. Ky.. and was sold to M. .1. Thompson for 00. She is a half sister to Heidel berg. Stella Eichbnrg and Annie Handy. Seventeen young-lers are coming eat for the first time at Lexington today — nine fillies in the second raice and eight colts and geldings in the fifth race. Lady Hand-el. by Handsel — Azile. was bred by T. B. Jones at Caveland Stud and was sold to Allan Steele for 10. She is a hair sister to Azele, which ran twenty-nine times as a two year old last year and managed to tiiVsh third oin-e. Merry Blue, by Blues— Merry Merrick, was bred at J. V. S typs Sunuy Slope Stud and was sold to A. L. Ilariiaby for 00. Pantops, by Q, W. Johnson — Brussels, was bred by W. I. Moore. Uanville. Ky., anil was sold pri vately to W. A. Smith. She is a half sister to Lip-hardt, which rau nine times last year without being in the money. llella. by Maddison — Coralie. was bred by Mrs. John M. Clay. This tilly is a half sister to Tettrix. Ancient, by Cesarion — Grandma IL. was bred by Milton Young at McGrathiana Stud and was sold privately to Colby Karr. She is a half sister to Antique and Amy Riley, hut that is no reeomnienda tion. Merrywater, by Bridgewater — Miss Mary, by Mr. Pickwick, was bred and is owned by Woodford Clay. Slie is a half-sister to Marriage Bells, Mary Thrift, Milcah and Maribert. Lady Siehel, by i.allaulry — Enough, was bred by Milton Young and was sold privately to William Gent. She is a half sister to Suffice and Karama. Sk.vo. bj Ooldcrest Visiua, was bred by the late Major B. I. Thomas and was sold by his estate la-t fall lo Clover Hughes for K . Skyo is the third foal of his dam. Ihe first being LaaSJ Han. which did not call for much. The second was bought by the Breeders Prater tire Association and retired. Almas Pest, by Handsel--Alma K.. was bred by Stevens and Winn, al Winchester. Ky., and is a half-sister to St. Benedict and Charles Weber. Breaeae 1 • ■ ll . by Algol — Rachel Ray. was bred by R. K. Lewis at Lexington. Kj ., and is being trained by W. A. Smith under an arrangement. Richmond Duke, by Russell Kichnniinl Hill, was bred by O. H. Chenault and passed to .1. Williams. He is a full brother to Ru-sell Hill. Marcus Aiirelius. by Cohleres! -Tenchetah. was bred by tfce late Major P.. C. Thomas and passed to John Clay, who formerly trained for Major Thomas. ibis coll i- a full brother to Golden Honors and a half brother to Tendril. Iloiiesl. by Sorcerer Priceless, is a half-brother lo Principle, Prickly and Jasper, all by Hastings. Honest wa- bred by Milton Young sad passed to Colby Karr it. C. Bean, by Lactamius Cherry Button, in Ihe -table of J. C. Milam, was bred in F.nsilaml. but w a-foaled in this country. He was imported in utero by I long la- 11. BraadL He is -aid lo be Very speedy and il i- repotted lhal in a trial against Sir Ns v ii io at Memphis about ten days ago he beat Ike brother in bleed to SalrMere so easBy that C. it. Blliaoa had a bad hour afterward. Klli-on paid jf.i.iMMi lor Sir Navarre last fall. Thi- i- ihe •►It he wanted to name lioveruor Hughes. Cymbal, by oihi-hiel- Si.uiiding Brass, in the Stable of William Cersi. is another lhat was bred ia laiuland and foaled in this country. Sounding Brass was brought over in Pn 4 with a foal at foot by Loved One. which was named Tinkler, but which has not started. O. H. Chenault bought Sounding Ri - tioni Baagtea H Grand and in the sprint it T.mi.i she foaled Cymbal at Spendthrift Stud. She is t lie dam of Venetian Pell, a winner in England. John Maris, by Jack Point — Lizzie iilman. was bred and is owned by Lee Suiitha, of Richmond, Ky. This eolt is a half -brot her to Fred Reka. Gttvedear, by Gigantemn — Sea Puss, came pretty near going to Mexico. He was bred at Rancocas Stud in New Jersey and was offered for sale with the consignment of yearlings from that farm at Sheepshead Bay last July, but nobody wanted him. He was passed out wilhout a bid. He went back to ihe farm and in Novemlier was shipped down to I.cxington and put in the sale at Horsemens Head-qua iters, h. Blum, who had come from Mexieo to buy thoroughbreds for the improvement of the breed at iior-e- iii his c.iiintry. got him for ."i. Allan Steele a day or two later, in looking over the big lot of bOTSM Blum had bought, look a fancy to this colt and persuaded Blum to let him have him at a profit His dam. Sea Puss, is by Greenland, winner of the Metropolitan Handicap, and a half brother to Luke Ptai kburn. Per the greater part these two year olds are culls, but there may be some surprisingly good race horses among llieiu. Many a cull has outshone his more expensive stable mates in performances and earnings.

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