A New York Congressmans Successful Season, Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-21

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A NEW YORK CONGRESSMANS SUCCESSFUL SEASON + + In the Sanford bred Caugfc Hill Congressman Timothy i . SuIUvau, of New York, owned one of the most consistent horses in the racing of 1912, he being unplaced but six times in thirty-six races and gen cvally being in competition with the fastest sprinters! of the year. His sliced was such that, he was raced over short distances, inn bring a ma M the staying Canghnawaga it is probable he would race well over longer distances if trained with thai end in View. Tic two-year-old AUCOU raced creditably and so did Arbutus at times, but C.iugh Hill was the maiustay ol tin Sullivan stable in achieving the following :• cord: Color Amt Horse. and Sex. A. Pedigree. 1st. o,| -M Won Caugh Hill a. C. 4 By Cnughuawaga Whiplash 18 !» • $.".777 Aneon 1 . g. - By Managua sist.T Juliet :s Z :: 1.1." Arbutus oh. f. 4 By Holsteiu -Rose Mary Kant .5 J ," tlii Charley Brown eh. e. :! By Ceaariou— Clara Bauer 1 2 1 BK Shooting Siiray b. c. 4 By Oddfellow — Ferrol 0 1 1 7o iota is 22 it; Hi .:;is

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