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LIVE JUAREZ TURF GOSSIP ] * NAMES OF WADE McLEMORES COMING TWO-YEAR-OLDS 4. OF NEXT YEAS. t Noted Mare Meadow in the Stud — John Reardon v i Bows a Tendon — Trainer Weir Pleased with . a His Ben Trovato Yearling*, j I J J. Kl Paso. Tex.. November 28. — The Texas turf- l uiau Wade MoLemore has only three yearlings in ° of training and they are at present quartered at the Juarez track iu charge of trainer T. B. Muuford. I None of them has lieen named as yet. but tliey i are promising and have all shown well in their I training-. They are: I Chestnut filly by Meelick— Belli- Rankin, dam of 3 Lady Itankin. Sterlin and George. 1 Chestnut gelding bv Leonid — Chickadee, dam of t Fred T. and Ya-Hy-Yip. . « Bay gelding by Leonid — Golden Harvest, dam of 1 Paw. The Belle Rankin filly recently worked an eighth in 11%. | McLeinore has now at his Texas breeding stud j the first foal of his good mare Meadow. This youngster, now a weanling, is a sightly chestnut | filly by Meelick. Meadow was not bred this year. - She did not do well for awhile after foaling last spring. w her owner decided to lay her off until j next year. He is thinking of sending her to Ken- • tucky next March t.i mate her with one of A. Bel- J ■uouts horses at the Nursery Stud. He has a 1 sister of Meadow, now a two-year-old. that he has i at present in foal to the young horse Doncaster. S This filly crippled herself as a yearling by running J into a barl ed-wire fence, but is now entirely well and after she weans the foal she is expected to . have next spring. Mini ford intends to persuade McLeinore to let him train her next fall and race her as a three-aud-four-year-old. Hay. the three- ; year-old brother to Meadow, started but a few limes and has had abont as much bard luck in his training as ever falls to such a young horse, lately his hoodoo has seemingly left him and Mun-ford now expects him to soon graduate from the ui.i iden class. J. Randolph, the Oklahoma horseman, has a long contract yet to run on the apprentice rider O. .entry, a brother to the successful jockey L. tJentry. Both brothers will ride at Juarez. O. Quarrys apprenticeship docs not expire until the twenty -sixth »f next March. He can now ride as tight as ninety-three pounds and showed a high k order of skill at the recent San Francisco meeting. Kaudolph has nine horses here this fall, the most oxteii«lve string be ever raced at the Juarez track. The only two yearlings he owns are still in Oklahoma and lie thinks highly of one of them, a filly by the good race horse Orbicular. Randolph thinks his veteran Bob Lynch will do some good racing at Juarez this meeting. He has gotten him over his sulking babit apparently, at least be now works generously. John Reardon bowed a tendon in a recent workout of five-eighths in 1:10. and now trainer Joe Young fears that he will not he able to race bim again before the first of next February at the earliest. The yearling bay gelding by Luke Ward — Snc-astC the dam of Make Good and Succession, owned by the Texas turfman I. E. Clark, which is in trainer R. Vestals stable, has been named Nasledo-vati. a name selected by turfman Clarks son lor this youngster. Trainer F. I . Weir thinks highly now of the two yearling fillies by Ben Trovato, which he purchased at the recent sale at the Latonia track. One out of Belle of May field he paid 00 for, while he gave 5© for the one out of S. 5. I". Though thev are just now broken only and have as vet not 1kA*ii tried out for siieed, the trainer of «;|d Konebud would not sell either one of them for a handsome profit. Both will make their first start at the Juarez track next year, and if good looks counts for anything are sure to prove early winners. That the turf is gaining a stronger foothold is well illustrated in Kentucky bv the ranks of owners and breeders in Jefferson County being swelled by two as wealthv men and public-spirited citizens as Iwrence Jones and Thomas W. Murphy. It is reiiorted that a few weeks ago the former gave a prominent trainer an order to purchase any promising young horse possible to secure, with a view to winning tlie Kentucky Derby next spring, and that horseman is still on the lookout for » ,-oit to fill the bill Murphy has beguu building WahUak «tud UP in the hope that in a few years lie wil r.«n a Kentucky lierhy winner of his own bred Ins lie recciitlv said that lie ox|H-cted to cap-liirc the race with a i-oit by his young sin- Boots and Saddle, out of a mare by his older horse Golden Maxim.