Hitchcock Colors To Be Seen., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-12


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HITCHCOCK COLORS TO BE SEEN SEENNew New York February 11 Francis R Hitchcock the new treasurer of the Coney Island Jockev Club who did not race any horses last year will take the field the coming season with six smart twovear olds three of them homehred John Madden who has handled Mr Hitchcocks horses in the past will not train these youngsters They are in the string of William II Karrick who is wintering twentvslx horses all told twelve of which belong to Harry K Knapp MontagueTwo and eight to Harry La Montague Two of the homebrtd youngsters of the Hitchcock stable In Karricks care are a bay colt by Yankee out of Smoke called Dnst and a black colt bv Yankee out of Tepee called IIackfoot They are slashing lookers Among the important stakes in which Mr Hitchcock has put Dust and Blackfoo recently are the Great Trial and Double Event Tinv ¬ an Mr Hitchcocks eliglbles for the coming Fu ¬ turity as well There are six youngsters all told ill the Hitchcock string and not the least prepossessing of the lot is Calviiiist a bay or brown colt by Stal ¬ wart Passion Flower which cost Mr Hitchcock 2000 as a yearling Another handsome colt is a sou of Garry Hermann and Ophirdale which cost Mr Hitchcock 1500 The least attractive of the Hitchcock twoyearolds are fillies bv Oddfellow out of AVhyoJaMr Uelle of St Louis and by Otden out of AVhyoJa Mr Hitchcock and his younger brother Thomas Hitchcock Jr have become considerable breeders of thoroughbreds in the course of the last ten or twelve years Each of them owns a third interest with John K Madden in the stallion Yankee a sou of Hanover and Correction standing at Hamburg Place and the elder of the brothers has eight or ten wellbred mares at the same farm

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