High Opinion of Fitz Herbert., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-26


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■ • i • i HIGH OPINION OF FITZ HERBERT. "You have the greatest race horse in the world j in iitz Herbert." said Oeorge F. Johnson to John 11 E. Madden after that hcrse"s recent victory at Belmont - Park. "I have been on the turf for many V ream, but I never saw Fitz Herberts superior, combining - sp. ed. gameiiess and ability to carry weight t and go a distance." Madden holds a similar opinion 11 and thinks that, barring accidents, the son of Ethel-Ix-rt will go through the present season without t ■aaTerinaj a defeat. "Only the hardest kind of rac- ing luck can beat him." is the way Madden puts it. Fitz Herbert, when his racing days are over, •, will he M-nl to Hamburg Place.

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