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with won j°" W .-. " ■ with ith were ere the the ng as as itv are are have ne thej icy Blue lue when 1111 a a not come me is. is. again Bin by by Ken won run lios the im mi worth rts kv Ken in the the COL. STOREYS AMERICAN BREAD WINNERS. While the rirsl October meeting was in progress at V vvniark I in 1888 Janus R. K.cne sold a niini- i.er of Csstb -Ion hre. 1 vearliugs at auction through the agenrj of Messrs. TattersalL of these, a Pay .-.ill by Vot.r Alul.rosiiie. Wai bough! by Col. W. 1". storey for 8500. Appropriately be waa nested Election and up to lasi year was the mainstay of Col. Storeys small and not overly successful stable. l.a-l y.ar the old horse failed lo win. hut each year previously was a good winner, such an import- ant ev.nl as the Btbor Handicap at York being one of the niimh-r of good races landed l.y him for his owner. Since one American horse had done so well for him Col. Storey was moved to go farther in the same line and when II. T. Oxnar.l- consignment of v.. 11 lings was sold at Newmarket in 1912 invested 75 in a bay eoM by the Futurity winner. Orni.mlale — Futurita. This colt was named The Forest and s.-oius nk.ly to prove fully as serviceable .is Flee -M tion did. s a two rear old last year lm won I huff Thirty-Elgbtll Two Year Old Sal.- Stakes af tj- Newmarket Second July meeting. This was of inning net value of ,550, so the coll More than paid lot-on himself right there. This year he has slcwn de cided evidence of being a worthy anectasor to obi Li.-, lion bv winning the Rug.-ley Plate at Birming-the ham April 14. distance a mile and a half, and fol-at lowed this |,v winning the Fifty Fifth Sale Stakes for I life v ear olds over the R-.w lev mile at the recent Newmarket Craven Meeting. Thus he has w.n two Sales siak.-s. these h.-ing events opes only to hois,, |m. light at public auction and as he won l.oth races in a euuiar, may be able to vanquish better horses ban be has yet met.