Successful Career of Tileing, Daily Racing Form, 1908-12-27


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SUCCESSFUL CAREER, OF TILEING. Tileinjr, the four-year-old son of Hastings, is the only horse left in the stable of J. n. McCormlck, the New York horseman, who formerly raced throughout the whole year, at New Orleans during the winter and at the metropolitan tracks during the summer. It Is even now rumored that Mr. McCor-mick will sever the last link that connects him with the turf world by disposing of Tileing, James McLaughlin, Jr. being the prospective buyer. Xhe bay Hastings colt has indeed been a useful and consistent factor in McCormlcks racing ventures. Tile-Ing as a. two-year-old started in twenty-live Taces. won four, was second in two. third in five and earned ,733 for the Palestine Stable, which then owned him. The next year J. H. McCormlck secured Tileing and campaigned him at New Orleans, where lie performed as a true son of Hastings should, capturing the Merchants and Hex Handicaps and several overnight purses. During the eastern racing season Tileing showed well in the fast company which he was compelled to meet, his victory in the Van Nest Stakes at six and one-half furlongs over the straight course at Belmont Park being a very creditable performance. He also won the Queen City Handicap at Latonla and finished the season with eight wins, five seconds and one third out of twenty-two starts. His contribution to the McCormlck stable earnings for that year was S1S.435. The only stake in which Tileing was successful during the current year was the Corona Stakes at Jamaica and his victory in this event was an Impressive one. defeating siich good ones as Juggler and Sir Toddington. His record for the three yeas of his turf career is as follows: Tileing, b. c. 1904, hy Hastings Futile. Year. Age. Sts. 1st. 2d. 3d. Unp. Won. 1900 2 25 4 2 5 14 $ 4,735 1007 3 22 8 5 1 S 18.433 190S 4 20 4 0 S S 4.410 Totals 3 73 1G 13 14 SO S27.5S9

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