Has some Fast Yearlings: J. N. Camden Holds Strong Hand for Breeders Futurity of 1914, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-23


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HAS SOME FAST YEABLIHGS J. N. CAMDEN HOLDS STRONG HAND FOR BREEDERS FUTURITY OF 1914. Trials at Lexington Lead to Belief That He May Duplicate His Victories of Fast Two Seasons in That. Important Kentucky Event. Lexington, Ky., November 22. Tin- good weather of the past throe or four days produced :i Rood track at the Kentucky Association racing grounds :md a number of the yearlings in training there were sent along at a lively clip, file most impressive move was that of the Oddfellow -.lane Byre colt in the string of .1. X. Camden. He reeled orf an eighth of a mile in 11 Jf, seconds so easily sis to cause a number of trainers anil work-watchers who saw him to remark that it looks quite a bit as if the master of Hartlnnd Stud may score a third successive victory in the Breeders Futurity next spring, for this fellow is eligible to that stellar event lor two-year-olds on the Kentucky turf and it is stated that .Mr. Camden and trainer Jack Keene have already selected him out as the one to carry the state racing commissioners colors. The Rock Sand Bewiteher colt worked in 11 seconds and, while It was a good move, it was nothing like that of his stable companion and did not so impress the owner and others who saw it. The Ieter Quince Amy .1. colt worked in 11 seconds, the Oddicllow - Musical Slipper colt in 1 seconds and the Oddfellow--.My Beauty tilly in the same time. Others of the Camden yearlings will work Sunday morning, providing the track Is good. It appears to be the consensus of opinion of local horsemen that these yearlings .".re. on a whole, the best that Mr. Camden lias yet bred at his splendid farm in Woodford County. T. 0. McDowells Goldfinch Fair Empress colt worked a quarter in 23 seconds. lie is regarded as one of the best at the track aud has striking individuality. .lust now there are not a great many horses at the Kentucky Association track, but the stock farms in the vicinity of Lexington are well occupied by runners that have been thrown out of training to rough it and rest until February. K. Colston has gone to Charleston with Princess Callaway, Fellownian and lifteen other horses, the k majority of them coming t wo-year-olds. which in-kchidc a sister to Theresa fJ 111 and a half-brother to High Private. Princess Callaway Is the property of .loir Livingston, and has been in Colstons care I since the Latouia meeting, Colston broke her and handled her until Mr. Livingston bought her and he knows more alwut her than any other man. For that reason and because of her eccentricities Livingston and trainer Mose Golblatt agreed that she would probably do better in Colstons hands. John M. Goodo has shipped Amoret, Doctor Kendall and Myrtle Dell to Charleston. J. Tandy Hughes is thinking about going to Charleston, but has not decided definitely. Gallaher Brothers have turned out all of their horses with the exception of a couple of yearlings that are being looked after by the foreman of their stalde and they will spend the winter in rest and recreation. W. T. Anderson has shipped to Gravcsend the four yearlings by Beep oDay that were broken for him at the local track. They include a bay colt out of Sweet Marjorie, a bay colt out of Gold Lady, a chestnut tilly out of My Gem and a black tilly out of Estimate. Frank Sloan a day or two ago sold to George Moore, of Vancouver. B. C, the two-year-old bav tilly Stella Graino, by Filigrane Os?e. She will be raced at Juarez. Sloan iKiught from T. B. Cromwell a yearling gelding by Stalwart Skyo and a yearling tilly by Stalwart Christmas. ; The James It. Keene estate has purchased the interests of F. I. Knight in eight thoroughbred weanlings bred on shares, the dams being the property of Knight, and they are at Kingston Farm to remain until next spring when, unless there is a change of plans, they will be sold as yearlings during the Kentucky Associations race meeting. The weanlings include a chestnut filly by Voter Busy Lass; bay tilly by Voter Fair Empress: chestnut lilly by Voter Lydia II.; bay tilly by Voter Ktlby Nethorsole; bay tilly by Disguise Wild Bess: bay colt by Disguise Claudia; chestnut colt by Disguise Nethersole, and brown colt by Ben Brush Lady llortense. The interest of Messrs. Stone and Bucker in a weanling chestnut lilly by Voter Mrs. Sewell has also been purchased by the Keene estate. John K. .Madden has bought the stallion Kapid Water and the broodmares Janeta, Grace G., Swell Girl and Little Buttercup from B. B. Allen of Iowa. They were shipped here last week to be sold in the Kentucky Sales Company auction, but arrived too late. Gallaher Bros, have bought from Charles W. Moore the yearling colt by McGee Radiance. This gives Gallaher Bros, seven yearlings and marks the disposal of all the yearlings at Mere Hill Stud. Price McKinney, of Cleveland, who purchased Colin and a number of good mares at the Keene dispersal sale, has decided nion Wiekliffo Stud as the name for his valuable collection of thoroughbreds. Mr. McKinney this week bought from Doer-hoefer and West the good race niaro Melisande, now seven years old. by Disguise Sylvabelle, by Bend Or.

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