Jack Atkin To Be Retired., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-23


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JACK ATRTN TO BE RETIRED RETIREDBaltimore Baltimore Md October 22 Barney Schreiber whose fondest hope was realized when Jack Atkin defeated Olaiubala in tlie 10000 Dominion Handicap at Fort Erie is here for the Pimlico meeting Mr Schrellwr Is delighted thht Jack Atkin which great l orse is destined to Mleceed Sain his sire at tho head of tlie Woodlands Stud in Missouri lias at last proven that he etui carry his speed over a dis ¬ tance of ground The bit brown horso is worthy now Mr Schreiber thinks to begin a career in the stud Until lie won the Dominion Handicap Jack Atkin had the reputation of nolng a sprinter whose limit as to distance was one mile and an eighth eighthMr Mr Schreiber says that Jack Atkin will go to Woodlands Farm after tluv Louisville meeting for a winters rest A winters rest Is something the Sain horse has iievef known He has been going winter and summer sinco he was a yearling Few American horses have campaigned more industriously and his career furnished a forceful illustration of the iron endurance of the American thoroughbred

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