Promise of Later Hamburgs, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-09


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PROMISE OF LATER HAMBURGS. Some of the most important stakes to be run at tin Saratoga meetings of 100S and 1900, closed for entries September 1G. The events and number of entries received were: To lie run in 190S. Two-year-olds United States Hotel Stakes, 0,000 guaranteed, 3-4 mile , 9S Grand Union Hotel Stakes, 0,000 guaranteed, :M mile 102 Flash Stakes,,000 guaranteed. 5 1-2 furlongs 100 To be run in 1000. Three-year-olds Travers Stakes. ,500 guaranteed, 1 1-4 miles. S5 Alabama Stakes, ,000 guaranteed, 1 1-S miles 73 The premier American stallions of 1905 and 1900, Hamburg and .Meddler, were but scantily represented in tlie two-year-old racing of 1907, but better things seem in store for them next year. Meddler has seven representatives in these stakes, and Hamburg fifteen. eddler has two bay colts, dams Strike-a-hight II. and Last Love, two chestnut colts, dams Admiration and Homespun, one chestnut lilly. dam Itotha II., and two bay fillies, dams Kamara and Correction. No brothers or sisters to Artful or Burgomaster appear in the list of young Ilamburgs, but they are all grandly bred, and from such a number It would seem some great two-year-olds should develop. They all belong to II. 1". Whitney, aud the full list in these stakes is: Bay colt, by Hamburg Kildeer. Bay colt, by Hamburg Endurance by Right. Bay colt, by Hamburg Morningside. Bay" coif, -by Hamburg Lady Frivoles. Brown colt, by Hamburg Xela. Chestnut colt, by Hamburg Daisy F. Chestnut colt, by Hamburg Mineola. Chestnut colt, by Hamburg Leisure. Chestnut colt, by Hamburg Vespers. Chestnut gelding, by Hamburg Uegatta II. . Bay or brown lilly, by Hamburg Elusive. Chestnut lilly, by Hamburg Equality. Chestnut lilly, by Hamburg Blue Girl. Chestnut filly, by Hamburg Sister Mary. Chestnut filly, by Hamburg Irish Beel. There is a decided suggestion of great possibilities iu the four chestnut fillies from Equality, Blue Girl, Sister Mary and Irish Keel. Equality is already the dam of such a llyer as Algol, and when on the turf Blue Girl, Sister Mary aud Irish Iteel were all racers of the highest order of speed and great winners, and should prove successful broodmares. Neither lias foaled anything of great note as yet, but that argues nothing as against what their produce may yet do.

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