Good Showing of a Texas-Bred Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1914-02-20

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; GOOD SHOWING OF A TEXAS -BRED STABLE i. The J. F. and H. S. Newman stable of 1011! was with one exception made up entirely of sons and daughters of the good Hanover horse, Abe Frank. One of these, the three-year-old lilly. Pan Zareta, was quite one of the stars of the year and a young mare of great speed. She was given a hard campaign of thirty-three races, of which she won llfteen and was placed in eleven more. Her feat of twice running five and a 1 alf furlongs at Juarez with big weights up iu 1:04 serves to show the extreme measure of speed with vi.iieh she is gifted. The Newman mares are, as a rule, not of the most select lines of ancestry and, in view of the way iu which Abe Frank endows his progeny witli speed of a high order, it is a matter for regret that such is tlie case. Pan Zareta won the greater portion of the Newman stable earnings, hut Mother Kat chain also contributed more than usefully to the following record for the year: Horse. Col. and Sex. A. Pedigree. 1st. 2d. 3d. Won. Pan Zareta ch. f. It By Abe Frank Caddie Grillith 15 8 :; $ S,S!5 .Mother Katchain b. f. X By Abe Frauk Pnuquita 7 5 4 .207 Hick Dodie ch. c. 2 By Abe Frank Slinyon 2 5 4 1,02.". Irish Ann ch. f. 2 By The Irishman Tex Anna 2 1 2 550 Closer ch. g. 4 By Abe Frank Burnie Bunton - 0 0 4 270 Paiihaehapi ch. f. 2 By Abe Frank Panquita 1 1 0 275 Best Be b. f. 2 By Abe Frank Our Bessie 0 1 1 200 Vested Rights b. g. .! By Abe Frank Our Bessie 0 2 1 125 Temple Focht ch. f. 2 By Abe Frank Alma Gardia 0 0 0 Total 27 23 19 4,Ua

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