Woodlane Is A Filly Of Quality.: Tucker Has Refused 0,000 for Her--Horsemen Pass Up De Mund--Racing Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-05


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WOODLANE IS A FILLY OF QUALITY. Tucker Has Refused 0,000 for Her — Horsemen Pass Up De Mund — Racing Gossip. Now York, !;iy t Woodlane was not as tacky as y"ii bear wrhen sue won at Jamaica Thursdaj and landed Tuckers big bet. She was heal and is a lill.v of greal quality. Tucker bad an Idea of W tanea class tone before i»r. Riddle brought ber north. Ber work :ii Montgoaaerj Park, Memphis, in early spring aras so c.o,H| he declined an offer ol 310.000 for ber. Woodlane is a Nursery bred ttlly. She i- bj o. iag n, the sire of Beldame, out of Wood Tine, ;i reliable mare. Apple Toddj came out of his last race exceedingly lame, He limped going to the posl and virtually nhlsfaird i » i • — race on three legs. Good Luck is not suited to the short Jamaica stretch. He la i kmg strlder and slow beginner. Hut lie la ready and a ill be dangerous at a trhv tance In any company no strict lj first claaa al Belmont There is no cause to weaken on thai fellow Trans raaL lie. The Dane, King Cobalt and Lord Stanhope are all ready to win si ig their own kind. Whimsical struck iudges us being no where near winning rorm last Wedues4iay. She looked high In tlesli. i.ut her legs were cleaner than In IMC The ■gly oaaelet has nearlj disappeared and she showed no tenderness hi her stride. The good mare will probablj n on soundly. She Is a poor work bone and ii will take several races to "edge" her. Westerner* will bear of Robert Tuckers Mackerel, which has gone u;iii the string to Louisville. The big baj at i Requital and r"lsbei Girl baa done phenomenal v. rk and is roady. lie waa unlucky in his last race here. Barney Schreibers « -• ■ 1 1 Tony Bonero is best in ati going, it-. strikes observers as being faint hearted also, but has :i greal deal of speed. There is no chance for Jeromes auti-racing Mil, though ii Is mid nun Ue measure Is to have a liearing :ii Albany nest Wednesday. Horsemen lure have about given up He Maud, which is light of constitution and heart despite his Basfaj speed. Bui tbey still Insist thai Horace E. will show his true qualltj utter on. Among I he bones of quality al work on the adjacent tracks Go Between, Running Water, Founts in blue and Mont somen are going along slowly. Charles Edward and Kiamesha are about ready. r. It. Hitchcock has leased for this year from John i:. Madden the running qualities of the two year-olds Beckon, Keep Moving and Stokes. Beckon, by Plaudit Semaphore, has started six times and is the winner of two races The other two have not started. Keep Moving is ■ baj filly hj Van kee and is the first foal of the % i race mare. I. a Polka, which was gold at the dispersal of the Wl It nev breeding establishment in October 1901 to j|. J*-uka i.. i .v., in., i. a polks «as then in foal to Yankee and a little utter John i:. Madden bought the mare from Mr. Jenks. Stokes Is a lull brother to Belmere, lieing a bay colt by Ogden -Nahma. I.. Waterbnry has leased to Man Byrnes the rac tug qualities of the three-year-old Loyal and the two-year-olds Enticing and Sept. Byrnes has been training Loyal, bni the last named two have been la the stable of trainer Marshall, who is band Hag the horses oi II. K. Vingut. They are both English cits. Enticing is bj Bnthnslast, out ..r Oliane, a daughter of Orme and La Cloche, by Her mil. Celiane was bred In Germany and was taken to England In 1801 ami is mm in the stud of E. Mitchell. Sept is by Senanus, out of Eileen OMeara a daughter of Springfield and Mara, by Doncaster, ami was |, red in the stud of B. B. Trench. Mr. Byrnes has a fancy for these youngsters, born chieflj through an acquaintance with their sites and dams while be was in England. W. o. Sruiiy reports the death of Ids two-year-hay colt Rata Check, by Rainbow Lady Premier Though lie paid only 00 for this coll as ■ year linu. Mr. Scully considered him a likely prospect Country Club, the two-year-old half-brother to Chamblet, is dead. This coll was by Lissak Adeek and was owned by J. II. McCorinick. The Racing Calendar announces that C. R. Ellisons fill] Elsie .lanis is not eligible lor the Ladies stakes to be run at Belmont Park, Friday, May 31, as published in the Westchester Jockey Clubs book. She was declared out December 2". and San kee Girl, the bay filly by Sir Dixon Breakwater, was left in.

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