Lines Of Winning Two-Year-Olds: Pedigrees of Kinnoul, Sam Freedman, Talisman and Fanny Cook and Their Excellent Racing., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-18


view raw text

LINES OF WINNING TWOYEAROLDS Pedigrees of Kinnoul Sam Frcedman Talisman and Fanny Cook and Their Excellent Racing Twoyearolds prominent in early spring racing rarely prove to be topnotchers when the big prizes of the turf come up for decision There are excep ¬ tions of which JJilly Kelly was a shining example last year It is too early to estimate the situation correctly this year but some of the youngsters seem in action so far appear to be above the ordinary Pedigrees of four are here given all of which have raced well and won wonEastern Eastern observers who saw Kinnoul race arc of the opinion that ho is a really good colt His pedigree shows a striking mixture of American English and Australian winning lines In his first start he ran fourth to Peter Combs Cobwebs and Paul Jones at Havre do Grace evidently needing racing education Since then he has run twice and won twice beating the best Maryland form in the two His successful races were at Pimlico a purse and the Pimlico Nursery Stakes In them he showed fine speed gameness and ability to carry good successfullySam weight successfully Sam Freodman was authentically reported to have shown marvelous speed in training prior to the Kentucky campaign Perhaps it was dulled by his having been called on show it too frequently At any rnte when he made his debut in the Idle Hour Stakes at Lexington he ran unplaced to Chisca Mickey Moore and Westwood lie redeemed himself in the Bashford Manor Stakes at Churchill Downs but had a hard time in boating Westwopd Both are fast colts however and may be on the road to fame fameTalisman Talisman won the Debutante Stakes and in doing so placed to the credit of the unbeaten Colin the first stake race of real importance won by any of his progeny She seems a good filly but was beaten in her last race raceFanny Fanny Cook won four fast purse races in a row over the Maryland tracks but was unplaced in her last start There is no question of her speed but some as to her stamina We shall know about that later on ley f St Simon Glopin aleS i br Angel Uay AngelUay Sever SeverPoet La Poet f 7 Sy a1 Hiaialmai on j Fontallicbl La Jonchere Billet Voltigeur I Calcutta L Jaconet Leamington Maggie B B Asteroid Target TargetBonnie Ben T Bramble Bonnie Scotland Brush Ivy Leaf L Roscville Reform Albia Ilimyar f = L Climax Mannie Gray Bend Or Lizzie Agnes f Hamburg Hanover Burgo I Lady Reel master Hnrly J i L Burly Riley RileyHelter Helter Skelter gl Irish f Exile Mortemer L Second Hand llcclj Kouml AVar Dance Dance Sue Dougherty DoughertyIlimyar Com Domino Ilimyar Mannie Gray niando i L Emma C Darcbin Gnenh fSlTiiBflold St Albans Pastor Viridis Clll iGrisclda Strathconan Perseverance f Hindoo Virgil Hanover J Florence BoIIr on I onI Belle Bonnie Scotland Ella D f Eclipse Orlando Marguo J Gaze GazecRiiUsman rite Merry AVife AVifeCom cRiiUsman Mrs Quickly QuicklyIlimyar Com f Domino Ilimyar IlimyarMannie inaiidoX Mannie Gray GrayDarcbin inaiidoXI I Emma C Darcbin DarcbinGuenii Guenii GueniiI Fair fTouchet I ord I von vonI Vision I a dy Audley AudleyScottish I Enchantress Scottish Chief ChiefLady Lady Love LoveThe Traduccr The Libel LibelArethusa Sir SirModred Arethusa Modred ArethusaCambuscan Cambuscan CambuscanDulcibclla Dulcibclla DulcibcllaBond f Kc Kcndal Bond Or OrAYindermere luchcss J Jof AYindermere of 1 Syri Syrian SyrianPrincess Syrian AYindermereSyrian SyrianGr Kendal P Princess Gr Duchess

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1919051801_2_4
Library of Congress Record: