Newcastle Stables Yearlings, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-01


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NEWCASTLE STABLES YEARLINGS. New York, December .",1.— In the Newcastle Stable are eleven yearlings in charge of trainer Tom Welsj. six colts and live fillies. This is a promising baud and was picked with a great deal of care. A bay colt by Garry Hermann — Run of Luck is a a af-brother to Ace High, but a much better hmkfanr, youngster. He has good size, standing 1." .2. and throughout is well muscled and racy look ing. The stable boasts of a half-brother to McChes my in the bay colt by Sempronius— Manola Mason. This is an evenly balanced colt, not quite as large as tin- first named, will make a fair-sized horse and has the appearance of a racer. Another bay is by Sempmnius — Cereta and from bis make-up he should be a very quick and aciiv, colt. His conformation is very, good all over. A lengthy chestnut colt on short legs is the half-brother to Huntressa. by Nasturtium — Sayonora. This colts shoulders and speedy looking quarters are very taking and he ought to race well on both his breeding and looks. A useful looking colt is the bay by Golden Maxim Miss Laudonian. He is a light made. leggj rangy sort and should be u.-eful, though not strongly put up. He should come to hand early. A chestnut colt by Peep oDay — Thought needs no excuses, as he has size and quality. He might be called the correct one of the lot and no doubt will be useful next season. A racy good looker on short legs is a chestnut tilly by Golden Maxim — Mary Stuart. This one has a finely cut head and neck and her quarters are well turned for a filly. She has shown speed and may race early and well. A smart looking miss, although somewhat weedy and leggy in appearance, is the brown filly by Dr. MacBiiue— Alabama II. She is a full sister to Jim Kelly and shows some good points in her length and good quarters. Should be ready for the early meetings. The brown filly by BlackstQck — Pond Lily, is the piettv one of the bunch. She is well put together on short legs and her make-up all over is of the li. sf. She certainly has speed. The Sandringhani— Homespun filly has splendid head and neck, good depth through the girth and quarters that mark her as a high-class one. The bay filly by Ben Stronie — Spindrift, is put up on the old-fashioned line of the Bonnie Scotland family. She should run fast and campaign a:l season. Taking the stable all through, two-year-olds and old horses, it may be a hard stable to beat. All t: a eotta and lilli m were carefully selected as they rue every year by Mr. Welsh.

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