Saratoga Meeting Ends: New York Racing Season Of 1913 Brought To Auspicious Close.; G. M. Miller and Bradleys Choice Win Chief Races of Closing Day and E. R. Bradley Refuses Offer of 5,000 from J. Livingston for Latter., Daily Racing Form, 1913-09-02


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SARATOGA MEETING ENDS NEW YORK RACING SEASON OF 1913 BROUGHT TO AUSPICIOUS CLOSE G M Miller and Bradleys Choice Win Chief Races Racescf cf Closing Day and E R Bradley Refuses Offer Offerof of 15000 from J Livingston for Latter Saratoga X Y September 1 This was get ¬ away day here and also marked the end of racing in this state for the year with the exception of the hunt meetings that will he held around New York in the fall Five of todays races were handicaps and the other was a selling affair for twoyearolds Good fields went to the post in each race and then were some interesting contests The Lalior Day Handicap was the principal feature and it was won by G M Miller which ran in second place to the stretch then went to the front to score easily easilyThe The Holiday Handicap for twoyearolds went to Bradleys Choice which led all the way but had to do his best at the end After this race Mose Gold Idatt representing Jefferson Livingston offered E It Bradley owner of Bradleys Choice 15000 for the colt but this was refused as 2000 is asked for the youngster Mr Bradley gave Goldblatt until this evening to accept It is likely that the Living ¬ ston stable will be shipped to Charleston at the end of the racing season in Kentucky KentuckyThe The matter in regard to jockey Johnny McTag garts pending transfer has not been settled as yet J L Holland today asked Hugh Penny to allow him to have the boy for the meetings in the vicinity of Baltimore while the Qnincy Stable also put in a bid for the Iwys services there It is likely that Mr Holland will get first call for those meetings in case his contract js not sold to August Belmont or Jefferson Livingston LivingstonJockey Jockey Kightmire who was injured a short time ago by getting a liad fall while riding Golden Chimes returned to the saddle today todayAfter After Lady Irma had been auctioned off this after ¬ noon she was resold to J L Holland who will re ¬ tire her to the stud studThe The Hopeful Stakes of 5000 the United States Statesthe the Grand 1iilon Hotel and the Spinaway Stakes Stakesthe the last named three having JfloOO added were wereAiiiiuiihVtMl AiiiiuiihVtMl today for next years racing Entries will close on Sentemlier 20 20A A foreclosure sale of the properly of the Brighton Beach Racing Association including the Brighton Bench race track the Parkway Baths four lots on Ocean Parkway and a strip of land at the west end of Sheepshead Bay was held at New York last week to satisfy a blanket mortgage of HOOOOO on the property held by the Title Guarantee and Trust Company given In September 10 The property brought alKiut SO0Hi over the mortgages mortgagesMike Mike Hagan well known racing man in the Gut tenburg days is lying ill in the Saratoga Infirmary He owned the horse Tammany Hall which gathered many a purse for him himBefore Before the races began today there was an im ¬ portant sale of horses in training in the paddock before a large crowd The string of Frank J Nolan who races under the name of the Beverwyck Stable was sold as he Intends to retire from racing for a few years while the stable of Andrew Miller and Thomas Monahan were sold to dissolve a part ¬ nership Bidding was spirited whenever a good performer was offered Andrew Miller bought in the two best when he gave 5000 for Uoamer and 4110 for Undaunted That once good nice horse Sir John Johnson as well as Colonel Holloway and Aldrlan in the Beverwyck lot failed to secure a bid and were passed The summary of the sale saleProperty Property of Beverwyck Stable StableFlorin Florin b f 2 by Hamburg Fiesole J Liv ¬ ingston 100 100Lndy Lndy Irma b m 7 by Seiupronins Lady LadyBalgotfau Balgotfau J L Holland Tl TlRlngling Rlngling b f bv Fatherless Ninnno J JJ J Mailer l W WTrade Trade Mark br f 2 by Broomstick Hepute J L Holland r 00 00Property Property of Andrew Miller and Thomas Monahan MonahanAnytime Anytime b f by Yankee Femesolo J Liv ¬ ingston 2150 2150Curtain Curtain ch f 2 bv Star Shoot Heal Ieiee IeieeA A Miller 00 00Mnrr Mnrr Warnn b f 2 by Charles Edward Pintsch Light A Miller 100 100Moniuouth Moniuouth br g by Ileno Mamena A AJ J Goldsborough 400 400BOH BOH mer b g 2 by Knight Errant Rose Tree 11 A Miller 000 000Trltler Trltler bit f by Ogdcn Fads and Fan ¬ cies J U Holland Lr Undaunted b f 2 by Star Shoot Lyndall LyndallA A Miller 4100 4100Undercover Undercover b c 2 by Peep oDay Carolyn CarolynB B A J Goldsborough 200 200Property Property of Frederick Johnson JohnsonHarvest Harvest Queen b f 2 by Peep o Day Lady LadyBramble Bramble A Koenigsberg 1500 1500Heartbeat Heartbeat 1 e 2 bv Dorante Stolen Mo ¬ ments M Hirsch 050 050Light Light O M Life b c 4 by Ieep oDay Sly Gyps M Hirsch lrOO lrOOBay Bay H Light oh c 2 by Peep oDay Freyja FreyjaA A Koenigsberg r 00 00Property Property of Hurricana Stable StableCooper Cooper ch g 4 by Caughnawaga Retalia ¬ tion W L Powers 750 750Hill Hill Stream b f 2 by Chuctannnda Burnt BurntHills Hills H Angarola 1100 1100Bay Bay filly 1 by Isldor Barmaid II A Gins Ginsbuig buig SO SOChestnut Chestnut filly 1 by Kockton HIchfield C CJ J Odell 100 100Property Property of William Mulholland MulhollandVerv Verv Apt b f I by Ardlngton Veronique VeroniqueS S Willetts 225 225Property Property of James MacManus MacManusStar Star ORvan ch g 5 by Oddfellow Itosi Itosinaute naute C Foote 000 000Tav Tav Pay ch g 5 by Stalwart Margaret MargaretKent Kent J Duffy 100 100Property Property of M Boney BoneyVote Vote ch f 2 by Electioneer Claire Duncan DuncanMr Mr Brown 75 75Property Property of M J Daly DalySandhog Sandhog blk g by Burgomaster Sandria J Donahue 175 175Property Property of a Gentleman GentlemanLong Long Trail b g 2 by Giganteum Lochaber J Grand HO

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