Roseben is About Out of Danger: The Great Sprinter Eats Well and Has Been "Slung" for Rest, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-22


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ROSEBEN IS ABOUT OUT OF DANGER. The Great Sprinter Eats Well and Has Been "Slung" for Rest. New York, September 21. Roseben is almost certain to recover. His temperature since Friday evening has been jiearly normal. He is eating well too. When himself Roseben is what is known in the "a good doer." He was "doing" well today. Five veterinarians were attending the horse until this morning. Dr. J. J. Mayer of Philadelphia, was called in by trainer Weir, who knew of his skill, and it was he who ordered the great sprinter to be put in a sling to relieve the strain on the injured foot a stone bruise, which caused the trouble. The leg was nearly three times Us normal size. The sling has helped it a great deal. When able to travel Roseben will go to the country and with care, has a chance to race again next season.

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