Records Of The Horses Which Composed The Racing String Of The Leading Winning Owner Of This Year, Daily Racing Form, 1918-12-04


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RECORDS OF THE HORSES WHICH COMPOSED THE RACING STRING OF THE LEADING WIN ¬ NING OWNER OF THIS YEAR When Commander T K L lloss engaged II G Bedwell to train the inmates of his stable bought Cudgel for a stiff price and other horses of promise here and abroad it required no wizard to dis ¬ cern that his course was founded on a determination to attaiii the highest honors of the American turf Other men have expended money lavishly in pursuance of the same laudable ambition without success but to him it has been given in his first complete year of expanded endeavor to attain the summit of his desire His is the leading moneywinning stable of 1JUS and to him belongs the honor of heading the American competitorsThe owners list of the year an honor worthily won and begrudged by none of his competitors The chief factor in his success was Cudgel This splendid son of Broomstick won a shade more than one third of the stables total of 99170 But for incipient leg trouble he would probably have won considerably more in the Maryland fall campaign 115s trouble was one that is curable and it is be ¬ lieved lie will return to racing next jear as good as ever which means as good as if not better than any racer in the land Next to Cudgel in effective service was the crack twoyearold Billy Kelly unluckily a gelding This fleet son of Dick Welles ran in nine races for the lloss stable won eight of them and in all probability only lost the other through being unwisely ridden If he comes back to the races next year sound and normally improved he should prove a great assistant to Cudgel in battling for the honor and profit of the stable stableIn In all thirtynine horses raced in the Itoss colors in 1918 Of these a great many have Iteen sold as not being up to the standard of such a stable Of those retained the steadily improving filly Milkmaid was third in the stables list of money winners None of her age and sex is more likely to make a great record in the exclusively filly stakes of 1919 to say nothing of what she may do in competition with the sterner sex Of the division of threeyearolds bought in England Foreground did best and won re ¬ spectably but HiUhumptour presumably the best of the buid wastin pTaci d in lifs fwo races Tlie prob ¬ ability is that these young horses did not become acclimatized this year and such as Hillhampton Wig stone Foreground Canso and Corn Exchange may race in radically improved form in 1919 1919A A trio bought late in the year from A K Macomber the proved good threeyearold Motor Cop and the twoyearolds War Pennant and War Marvel each won something for the stable War Pennant con ¬ tributing the valuable Walden Stakes at Pimlico But their purchase was more in the way of fortifica ¬ tion for next years campaign instead of having any particular reference to the racing of 1918 War Pennant is one of the star twoyearolds of this year and will be the stables main reliance for Derby honors in 1919 helped by War Marvel Sir Barton and Milkmaid MilkmaidHere Here are the condensed records of the horses which contributed to the placing of owner Koss in Ills present enviable distinction in our racing Horse HorseCudgel Col and Sex A Pedigree 2d 3d Cudgel b c 4 By Broomstick Eugenia Burch 4 1 i Billy Kelly b g 2 By Dick Welles Glena Milkmaid b f 2 By Peep oDay Nell Olin Dramaturge eh g 5 By Ethelbert Drama War Pennant br c 2 By Jim Gaffney Maltha Sir Barton ch c 2 By Star Shoot Lady Sterling Monomoy br g 4 By Bryn Mawr Winifred A Foreground ch c 3 By Fugleman Sketches Damrosch br h 5 By Itock Sand Dissembler Priscilla Mullens MullensManokin b f 4 By Armeath II Princeton Girl Manokin br c 4 By Rapid Water Little Buttercup Dottie Vandiver ch f 2 By Trap Itoik Hortensia Valais b h r By Ethelbert Lady of the Valley Cadillac cii f 4 By Toddington Winnie G Canso br c 3 By Lemberg Wife of Bath Boniface b c 3 By Transvaal Cerhia Early Light b g 8 By Peep oDay Wantage Mystic Folly br c 4 By Sir Archibald Seance Sixty Four b g 8 By Migraine Merry Papoose Motor Cop b c 3 By Uncle Xarco Sweeplet br f 2 By Sweep Eyelet Kathrvn Gray ch f 4 By Ballot Old Squaw War Marvel ch c 2 By Spanish Prince My Dolly Kama b g By Stanhope II Kermess Treutino ch g 4 By Star Shoot May Florence Corn Exchange b c 3 By Buckwheat Glimmerglass Colonel Livingston LivingstonLiudsey b g 2 By Handsel Axis Liudsey b f 3 By Dalhousie Tasley Sir Edgar ch h J By Ciinard Stumpy Wigstoiie b c 3 By Bayardo Blue Tit Pleasant Dreams DreamsUncle ch f 4 By Trap Itock Privateer Uncle Bryn br h fi By Bryn Mawr Aunt Belle Althea br f 3 By Bridge of Allan Karelian Buchanan Brady br c 4 By Bachelors Poublt1 First Over Hillhainptnn ch c 3 By William ISiifus Estate ntzwiHiam ch c 4 By William the Third Ironical Welsh King ch g By Bryn Mawr Hanover Queen Little Sweeper b f 3 By Sweep Star of llunnymeado Vesper Hour b f 2 By Star Shoot Sanctuary Totals 39 32 57 19170

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