Belmont Yearlings Doing Well, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-24


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BELMONT YEARLINGS DOING WELL. The Belmont yearlings in trainer Whalens string at Belmont Park are described as follows: An imported bay gelding by Collar, the sire of Frank Gill,, out of Mem Sahib, by Ladas. has plenty of size and is a particularly good actioncd colt, giving the impression that he would race well over a long distance. A bay colt by Octagon Amicitla. by Hastings, has much substance aud should develop into a grand-looking colt. He worked a quarter in better than 20 seconds against the wind. The chestnut colt, by Hastings Lady Rosemary, by St. Blaise, is a rpbust fellow. He is patterned after his sire and -will probably show well In any kind of going. A smooth-turned one Is the bay colt by Hastings Lady Madge, by Rayon dOr. It is very likely that tills colt will come to hand early and should race to advantage during the spring meetings. A sweet bay filly is the daughter of Hastings Flittermouse. Her dam is a sister to the good campaigners, Kinnikinick and Fly by Night. The bay filly by Trenton Queens- Bower, Is a half-sister to Queens Souvenir. She might be termed a big. little filly and has the appearance of A half-sister to Amberjack is a chestnut filly by Don de Oro Aurata, by Bend Or. Not as impressive as her stable companions. . The filly by Hastings Fond Hopes, by St. Blaise, is a bay and baa size and substance. She showed a high turn of speed when tried, and it is expected she will race well. A bay filly by Hastings Fidcna, by Rayon dOr. was also well tried, and the indications are that she will come to hand early.

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