Two-Year-Olds in Farrells Barn, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-02


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TWO-YEAR-OLDS IN FARRELLS BARN. Frank J. Farrell has six highly tried two-year-olds in his stable at Graosend. The.-e include a bay colt by Golden Garter — Aurania, which is a full-brother to Cbrysitis. a chestnut colt by Kiiil.y Mack j — Maiden Poem, a full-brother to Clark Griffith: q. brown colt by Woolslhorp* — St. Veronica: a bay colt by Golden Garter — Miss Maxim, a full-brother to Golden Maxim and Jim Gaffney; a bay colt by W.»olsth rpe -Ondalan, a hall brother to Cohort and « clu-stnnt «.|t by Wootetborpe — Pink Ro-. whi. h is a half-brother to Magazine. _.Mr. 1. in ell pai.l *7.«K¥ lor these yearlings and believer- that he will get ,il least - ne or two high-class Stake winner* out ol the lot. All of the liorses in Frank Weirs care are wintering nnely. Roseben looks an well as ever, and resteer Weir thinks he will surely be able to get him ready for the Carter Handicap. Dr. Gardner afler a long rest has recovered entirely from lame-lie*-, and 1ot 1;m as if great tbiugs might be expected ol him !.. i season. Clark Griffith, which did not raee :■! :ill j:i-t season, will l e able to stand train log aguln in the spring, as his underpinning is like steel mnbr tlic treatment to which the colt has been subjected.

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