Kentucky Yearlings Show Speed.: Numerous Impressive Trials Reported at Lexington Course--Gossip of Blue Grass Region., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-27


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KENTUCKY YEARLINGS SHOW SPEED Numerous Impressive Trials Reported at Lexington Course Gossip of Blue Grass Region Lexington Ky November 2C Yearlings at the Kentucky Association course worked along at a lively clip the past week the track being lightning fast and the weather clear and warm The best moves were quarters in 22J Four colts worked to this notch and they are now all owned by Col Milton Young and in the barn over which trainer AV L Lewis presides The first to run thus was the half brotlier to Hollow a good winner for three seasons This is a hay colt by Plaudit out of Follow by Deceiver E T Graves and Gerge I lines bred and owned tliis colt in partnership the latter training him up to Wednesday last when Colonel Young bought him Tlie others were bought by Colonel Young at the summer sales and were broken by trainer Lewis They are Chestnut colt brother to Fire by Cesarion out of Incendiary by Lamp ¬ lighter brown colt by Marta Santa Maid of For ¬ tune by Prince of Monaco bay colt by Toddington Countess Pepper by Kantaka The last named Colonel Young bought at Henry M Zieglers dis ¬ persal sole in September and he is of the opinion that he Is the best of the quartet Mr Lewis is handling five other youngsters for Colonel Young hut as yet he has not tried them themWalter Walter Grater has three in his barn that have worked quarters in 25 Oiie of them a halfsister to Golden Egg went a shade better This filly like Golden Egg was bred and Is owned by George B Ott a local paint manufacturer She is i good looking individual bay in color and somewhat larger than Golden Egg was a year ago This filly is by Nasturtium out of Big Goose by Tithonus while Golden Egg is by Cesarion The halfbrother to Tony W a chestnut colt by Nasturtium out of Meddlesome She by Meddler also the property of Mr Ott worked in exactly 2 as did the half sister to Margaret Angela a trimlooking chestnut filly by Ornus ont of Jenny Monroe by Masetto be ¬ longing to C W Reidinger ReidingerThe The bay filly by Nasturtium out of Euba by Henry of Navarre also worked in 25 She is the property of II B Reether and will be shipped in a TampaJames few days along with Tlie Moat to Tampa James P Koss graylegged bay filly by I5aldnr out of Dunluce by Fonso worked a quatrer in 23J This looks like a real good prospect said trainer Will McDaniel but well find out one day soon just how good she is Well send her a quarter uloug with Delaney and if she can keep up with him shell ihoneyAll do to run for anybodys ihoney All of the Koss hpt esiire soon Jo he turned out for tlie winter and trainer MeDauiel will probably go to Jacksonville or Juarez to rest until about February 1 when he will come back to take up the string With the mutorlal Iic uafl tllls Jear Wil1 McDanicl did surprisingly well He hadnt a horse in the barn that cost more than 300 yet he won fourteen races doubled that number in seconds and thirds and one of his achievements was victory in the Kentucky Oaks with Samaria SamariaT T P Hayes has a string of eighteen all yearlings with the exception of Oracle and a conple of maiden twoyearolds that are to l e shipped to Jackson ¬ ville December 10 He has been going along slowly with the yearlings asking nothing better of any of them than quarters in 24 to 24g 24gRaleigh Raleigh Colston will take the seven horses he bought ont of the Chinn Forsythe dispersal last September to Louisville next week and will winter them here The string is made up of Colston Silver Brush Princess Callaway and these yearlings liay colt halfbrother to Dorante by Out of Keach Lady of Augusta by Luke Blackburn bay colt brother to Bon Ilomuie by Oddfellow Belle of St Louis by Himyar bay colt by Filigrane Virginia Lee dam of Fordello and Halloween by Lissak and hay filly by Oddfellow Naulahka by Himyar These seven stand Colston about 10000 Silver Brush and Colston are candidates for the Kentucky Derby and Princess Callaway is eligible to tiie Kentucky Oaks and will be pointed for that stake Silver Brush was under suspicion about one of his tendons at the time of the sale hot Colston had him fired and he is going all right He has asked nothing fast of tlie yearlings but individually they are four of the best lookers here hereTen Ten yearlings the property of Woodford and Ezekicl Clay came to the Kentucky Association course from Runnymede Stud in Bonrlwn County Tuesday to be broken and trained by French Brooks and they were saddled for the first time Wednesday WednesdayTlie Tlie list is as follows followsBay Bay colt brother to Nimbus by Star Shoot Lady Elite by Order OrderBav Bav filly sister to Running Water and Yankee Girl by Sir Dixon Breakwater by Hindoo HindooBrown Brown filly sister to Memories by Sir Dixon Merdin by Hindoo HindooBay Bay filly sister to Ocean Bound by Star Shoot Flying Ship by Flying Dutchman DutchmanBay Bay filly by McGee The Lady by Kingston KingstonChestnut Chestnut colt brother to Outlan by Star Shoot Outcome by Sir Dixon DixonBay Bay colt by Broomstick ThirtyThird by Sir Dixon DixonChestnut Chestnut colt by Star Shoot Marie Frances half sister to Lady Amelia by Sir Dixon DixonChestnut Chestnut colt halfbrother to Jolly by Sir Dixon Scuta by Flying Dutchman DutchmanBay Bay filly by Knight Errant Smyrna sister to Angler tiy Hindoo HindooJohn John Rodegap has in his barn a couple of good looking yearling colts by Handsel One is out of Eva Rice and the other out of Ting Yuen He broke them in August and September and turned them out while lie was racing at Louisville and La ¬ tonia Wednesday he took up a conple of fillies one by Contestor and the other by Peep oDay be ¬ longing to E L Davis In addition to these he has in his barn Handzaretta Billiken Hazel Burke and New Trust Mr llodegap will remain here all winter winterJack Jack Baker will turn out Joe Morris Jeff Bern ¬ stein Aspirin and Alice Baird during the coming week and will take things easy around home for the next couple of months monthsJohn John T Ireland who met with the loss of three good yearlings through a box car fire at Frankfort will take the remainder of his string to Jacksonville as soon as he can get a car carThe The FasigTipton Companys eleventh annual Ken ¬ tucky sale of thoroughbreds will be held here Tues ¬ day Wednesday and Thursday next About 300 head have been catalogued cataloguedGeorge George Walker speiit Monday and Tuesday here and left Wednesday morning for Jacksonville Ho paid a visit to Elmendorf Farm and looked at a number of the yearlings in the barns at the Ken ¬ tucky Association course He said he had been rest ¬ ing since his return from Germany and that he had not fully made up his mind what he will do the coming year though he said he did not think he would go abroad again againAmbrose Ambrose Clark and A S Cravens of New York and Virginia respectively left here tonight for the east with six horses purchased by them the past week for crosscountry purposes From Sam Otten helui of Iawreneeburg they bought Arrow King from A I Steele Sum Ott and Olive E from James P Ross Blue Knight from Sidney Bedford Frank Stagg and from Robert Gaines Lady Pink PinkChairman Chairman E F Clay has called a meeting of tht Kentucky State Racing Commission to be held here Monday morning at which there will lie a full re Tiew of the years racing on the Kentucky tracks and action on a number of deferred measures one of which is the question of the rate of commission to be charged by the tracks on wagers made through the parimutuel machines In the spring the racing associations requested the commission to sanction an increase from five to seven per cent but the matter was by agreement deferred until the commis ¬ sion conld have a line on the revenue accruing to the associations from a full seasons racing racingThe The racing stable of Joseph S Hawkins embrac ¬ ing Manchester Wing Ting and half a dozen other horses was shipped yesterday to Jacksonville JacksonvilleCaptain Captain Short of Fort Riley and Captain Conrad of Washington are here to buy thoroughbreds for use In the United States army

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