Condensed History of the Tarrytown Stakes, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-22

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CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE TARRYTOWN STAKES + + Old Honestys owner had good reason to think well of the first year of racing at Empire City, for his sturdy campaigner was in good form and won several stake races, among them the Tarrytown. which is to be run for the fourth time this afternoon. The next year the excellent race horse. Frank Gill, was its w inner easily. For those two years old the race was a dash of a mile and a sixteenth, for three-year-olds and over, but last year it was changed to its present form of a mile, for three-year-olds exclusively, and fell to the useful filly. Hill Top. Its record to date is: Vear. First. Age. Jockeys. Wt. Second. Age. Wt. Third. Age. Wt. Val. Time. 1907 Old Honestv 3 J. Lee.. 117 Light Wool 3 105 Edwin Gum 41.101 $ 1.620 1:46* tVOS Frank Gill 4 Notter.,120 Hptanil ■". 118 The .Squire 3.. 115 2,280 1:47 1909 Hill Top MeCahey.. 00 Law ton Wiggins 105 The Gardener .. M i,ouj l:4ti Run at 1 1-10 miles, for three-year-olds and over, in 1007 and 1008. ■4 _ kL.

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