J. B. Haggin May Race at Lexington: Tyrant in 1886 Last Horse to Carry His Colors at That Track, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-25


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J. B. HAGGIN MAY RACE AT LEXINGTON Tyrant in 1886 Last Horse to Carry His Colors at That Track. Lexington, Ky., August 24. Trainer John Paul expects to race some of J. B. Hagglns two-year-olds at the local meeting in September. It will be the first time Mr. Haggin has had a starter, in a race here for twenty-one years. The last time the orange, blue sleeves and cap was seen here was when Tyrant won the Distillers Stakes in 18S0. Milton Young has sold on private terms to trainer Dan Morris the following yearlings: Bay colt, by Ingoldsby Hifalutin; brown colt, by Tlthonus Geneva B.; bay colt, by Kinley Mack Shannon Rose. The Ingoldsby colt Is a brother to the frequent winner Blondy. L. Blum, of the City of Mexico, has purchased of Preston Johnson, the four-year-old bay filly Miss Kent, by Buckeye Leaf Lettie Kent, for a private rtrice. Miss Kent was trained as a two-year-old, but never raced. Wing Ting, the Kentucky Oaks winner, is still running out in Woodford county and trainer J. S. Hawkins says he has no intention of racing her until late in the fall, although he expects to take her up again in a few days. Major P. P. Johnston has taken up at Montrose Farm the first yearlings by Omaha II., the son of Watercress, which was sent to England as a yearling and returned to this conutry as a four-year-old in 1903, after becoming a stake winner on the British turf. These youngsters are the chestnut colt out of Onset, by Onondaga; the bay colt out of Neon, by Hermence and the bay colt out of Byf, by Miller. The latter youngsters grnndam Is a half-sister to Chacornac. which won the Futurity for James R. Keene in 1899. Major Johnston lias a weanling colt by Omaha II., out of Marie Jan-sen, the dam of Black Fox. John E. Madden and Claude Thomas own a yearling full brother and a weanling full sister to Tat Dunnes smart two-year-old Mackerel, u winner so far of four races this season. Mackerel was sold by auction to W. S. Price for ,250. Robert Tucker got him as a yearling from Price and Dunne bought him from Tucker. Fisher Girl, his dam, is now seven years old and Is a full sister to the winners Follies Bergeres, Fuulculalre and Paper Maker.

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