Horses Which Raced Excellently and Won Well Under the Colors of the Marrone Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-17


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+ * HORSES WHICH RACED EXCELLENTLY AND WON WELL UNDER I I THE COLORS OF THE MARRONE STABLE j The Man-one Stable was one of the fortunate ones in the racing of IMC In J. J. Eillis it poasesaod a speedy and reliable sprinter and miler which was always capable of making a good showing against all but the topi.otchers of the year and was a good money earner. Ambrose was not so dependable, but when at his best was also a fleet horse. Gallop won more races than any horse in the stable, but not of so much value. Wooden Shoos, Golden Gate and Transit .-,11 much more than paid their expenses. The stable was not well provided with two-year-olds capable of winning, but its older horses did their part nobly in building up the following good record for the year: Horse. Col. and Sex. A. Pedigree. 1st. 2d. 3d. Won. J. J. Eillis br. g. ." By Baanockbara — Tootsy Mack 7 9 9 $ u,M8 Ambrose b. g. 0 By Disguise— Ambroeine 7 9 5 4,150 Gallop b. h. •" By Martinet — Common Sue 8 5 4 3. sir, Wooden Shoes eh. g. ."i By Burgomaster Breakdown 2 3 4 2,040 Golden Gate b. g. 3 By Golden Maxim — High Gate B 3 0 2.190 Transit eh. g. 5 By Transvaal — Kesignath -n 3 1 4 1.790 llaingerfieh! eh. g. 7 By Dolce Far Nienti — Cherry Wild 1 2 1 7M Sam McMeekin b. c. 4 By McGet — Guarod 1 0 0 ~ 40 Northlight eh. m. B By Northern Star-Torchlight 1 1 0 aaj Stony Brook b. g. 2 By Hessian- Stone .Nellie 1 I gMj Mae Murray b. f. 2 By Heiio — Watito 0 1 2 228 Totals 11 3i 31 29 3,943

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