Death Of Lucien O. Appleby., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-06


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DEATH OF LUCDEN 0 APPLEBY New York October Lucien O Appleby one of tin best known of the old guard among horsemen dieil in the lied Cross Hospital yesterday of rheu ¬ matism of the heart He had been actively en ¬ gaged in thoroughbred racing since ISO and al ¬ though ailing for the last live years was loth to forsake tie haunts of his more active days and re vntlv iKinght a handsome residence at 2G51 East Twentyfirst street which overlooks Shcepshead Bay track Mr Appleby was born near Providence K K in 1842 was for a long period of years Uie proprietor of Silver Brook Stud in New Jersey and lircd many famous horses iiifluding Henry of Na ¬ varre and Knight of the Thistle In recent years lu figured as the financial backer of several leading liookmakers liookmakersMr Mr Appleby was formerly interested in the Mem iiMiuth Park race track and was one of the builders it the track at Linden X J which was abandoned abeiit ten years ago He recently sold Silver Brook Farm to W S Fanshawe FanshaweMr Mr Applebv was the owner of Knight of Ellerslie filre of Ilcnrv of Navarre which Suburban winner he sold when a colt to Byron McClelland Other HUMOUS horses owned by Mr Appleby were Tristan which beat Raceiand ami Tcnny and made a record for one and oneeighth miles Jack of Hearts Carna ¬ tion and Bankrupt Jack of Hearts was one of three hordes which ran a sensational race at Shecpshead Biv In the Suburban Handicap the two others Mug General Mnnro and War Eagle The sketch or these horses as they looked in that lace now ipinats on all the stationery of the Conej Island Club and is the Shcepshead Bay race track Insignia j f will m lmt children He Hewas was i member of the Metropolitan Turf Association lie Coney Island Jockey Club and the Shecpshead I

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