Breaking Of Yearlings Begins., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-02


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BREAKING OF YEARLINGS BEGINS Lexington Ky October 1 Something more lliaii lV of the stalls just vacated l y horses that par ¬ ticipated in the raring at tins Kentucky Association track are l eiiig rapidly filled witlr yearlings to be broken for various owners The twentyeiirlit young ¬ sters belonging to Johnson X Camden and John O Keeue the latter ciiig the trainer and halfowner of the establishment that is racing in the inline of the master of Hartland Stud who is likewise a mem ¬ ber of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and one of the linn pillars of the turf n Kentucky were brought over from the Versailles fair grounds where tbey liavo l ecn for the past month in the care of Will Heed the colored foreman of the stable stableWhen When they are thoroughly broken Messrs Cainden and Keene will come here to see them tried out and will select from the number twelve that will 1 shipped to California to race at Oakland after Jan ¬ uary 1 At the close of the Lsitonia meeting Keene will ship to Oakland all of the old horses with the exception of Twilight Queen which is to go to the fsini to rest The majoritv of tlie yearlings in this string were bred by 3Ir Camdon in Wood ford County and they are In the opinion of good judges a par ¬ ticularly goodlookltig collection of individuals individualsWhen When I get Thomas riding tjose voumrsters iicxt year I am sun tb Camden olors will e in front more frequently than thev liavo in the past few years said Mr Keene Speaking of jockev Thomas Mr Keene said that he regards him as a better rider than was Herman Radtke lie is a bet ¬ ter judge of pace a tetter finisher lias u keener in ¬ sight and generally a better knowledge of horseman ¬ ship thaa Radtke bad at a similar stage in his e j trience Thonirs Is a colored boy with a good dis ¬ position tractable temperament quick wit and ex ¬ emplary habits He was lioru In Oakland Cal is fifteen years of ag nnd his mother a good woman travels with him He has been tv years in racing raK first with Oscar lluiw tlien with fiiwgi Strate n t With Fr j1 Forsythc from whm wei Uugln his 10000 for the contract If it were offered by anyone right now nowThe The eleven yearlings that Henry McDaniel bought at the sales last week for R L Thomas himself nnd a Cleveland patron wbfse name he lias not di ¬ vulged were taken up today by Walter Scofleld a nephew of Mr McDaniel wiio lias been in the em ¬ ploy of K R Bradley and thev are in the barn that was vacated by Jack Baker when he shipped to Louisville Mr McDanicI paid an aggregate ot iOO for these youngsters and they represent the pick of those sold here The list in the order of their value is as follows followsBrown Brown or black colt brother to Cohort by Ce sarion OnondagaChestnut Ondnlan by Onondaga Chestnut colt brother to Adoration and Bill Phil lipsi by Ornament Excellence by Spendthrift SpendthriftChestnut Chestnut colt bv Voter Bctties Deceiver by De ¬ ceiver ceiverChestnut Chestnut colt halfbrother to Clara Huron and IVtriHiins by Ccsarlon Clara Bauer by Blazes BlazesBay Bay or brown filly by Ccsarion Queen Isabella by Ixuigfellow IxuigfellowChestnut Chestnut colt halfbrother to Firestone bv Stal ¬ wart Modreda by Sir Modred ModredChestnut Chestnut colt brother to Chenauit by Marta Santa Catherine II by Cactus II IIBrown Brown colt by Lissak Fulvia by Kingston KingstonBay Bay nily sister to Gallavant and John Carroll by Ornament Spanker by St Serf SerfMiss Miss Thorpe b f bv AVoolsthorpe Her Ladyship by Duke of Montrose MontroseChestnut Chestnut filly by Box Elisc by Gicnclg GicnclgThe The youngsters that are to be trained and raced by J W May next year have been taken up and will be broken by W L Lewis There arc an even dozen of them as follows followsBay Bay colt halfbrother to White Plume by Broomstick Virginia Moore by Onondaga OnondagaBay Bay colt brother to Lady Irma by Scmpronius Lady Balgowau by The Commoner CommonerChestnut Chestnut colt halfbrother to Henry McDaniel John Smulski and Stargowau by Peep oDay Kllangowan by Do Beauvoir BeauvoirBay Bay filly halfsister to Edith May and Orilene by Broomstick Admittance by Badge BadgeBay Bay colt halfbrother to La Londc by Peep oDay My Syps by Kyrle Daly DalyBay Bay filly halfsister to Mazuuia and Alpcniuarch by Sempronins Izeyl by Hindoo HindooBay Bay filly by Nasturtium Merrily by Galore GaloreChestnut Chestnut tilly halfsister to Gold Badge and Jaunty by Ornament Tweedledum by Wagner or Knight of Ellerslie EllerslieBay Bay colt by Beacon Light Princess Orna by Ornament OrnamentChestnut Chestnut colt by Adam Naughty Lady by Esher EsherBrown Brown filly halfsister to Utterance by Ethel bert Antiope by Amplikm Mary AmplikmMary Emily ch f by Nasturtium Highland Princess by Jim Gore GoreThe The firstnamed four In this list are the property of L P Doerhofer of Louisville the next three are owned by Frederick Johnson of New York the next two are the property of H P Headley of this city the Adam colt is owned by Schwartz Brothers of New York the Ethell ert filly is the property of W II Laudcman of Lexington and Mary Emily be ¬ longs to Mr May himself The halfbrother to White Plnmo is the star of the collection May paid 2400 for him himGallaher Gallaher Brothers have taken up eight yearlings S K Hughes has about a dozen belonging to him ¬ self and others Dan Morris will break those bought at the sales by Harry Rites while Will Steelc and several others will have enough to keep them busy for the next two months

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