Aces of Other Years Stand on Coast: Horses Who Ranked Highly As Three-Year-Olds in Service; Derby Winner Flying Ebony And Contenders in Classic Property of Various Owners, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-14


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Aces of Other Years Stand on Coast Horses Who Ranked Highly As ThreeYearOlds in Service Derby Winner Flying Ebony And Contenders in Classic Property of Various Owners OwnersLOS LOS ANGELES Calif June 12 Five horses now doing stud duty in California were numbered among the top flight rac ¬ ers of the nation in their threeyearold years These ranking threeyearolds of various seasons are Hollyrood Roman Soldier War Glory Tick On and Flying Ebony EbonyFlying Flying Ebony a threeyearold in 1925 nnd a horse who now belongs to the Alisal Corporation of Santa Barbara and heads the stud at Charles E Perkins ranch was ranked with American Flag and Silver Fox that year Flying Ebony won two of his five starts including the Kentucky Derby jn which he was first in a field of twenty American Flag was unbeaten in four starts winning the Belmont Withers and Dwyer Silver Fox gained his reputation by win ¬ ning nine races including the Cincinnati Derby and a number of lesser stakes Cov ¬ entry was successful in the Preakness of that year yearTick Tick On atMcCarthy Ranch RanchTick Tick On at present standing at Neil Me Carthy s Hidden Valley Ranch ranked with Burgoo King and Gusto in 1932 Tick On was the favorite for the Kentucky Derby that year but was unplaced in the race which was won by Burgoo King Tick On and his running companion Gusto were again favored over Burgoo King in the Preakness and again were defeated by the Bradley horse although Tick On finished second secondBurgoo Burgoo King won two out of four starts that year and in one race was beaten by his stablemate Brother Joe Tick On failed to win in three starts as a twoyearold and Gusto was given the edge over him probably because of the fact that he won several races including The Jockey Club Gold Cup and the Arlington Classic ClassicWar War Glory owned by Mrs Alice Hans borough and at present holding court at Oakmead Farm in Santa Clara County was a contemporary of Head Play in 1933 Head Play won the Preakness and finished second in the Kentucky Derby while War Glory won the Dwyer the Lawrence Reali ¬ zation and the Maryland Handicap de ¬ feating Head Play in the latter race Brok ¬ ers Tip the Kentucky Derby winner who is now standing in California was not listed among the first three threeRoman Roman Soldier Derby Runner RunnerThe The threeyearold list of 1935 was headed by the Triple Crown winner Omaha with Firethorn second and Ro ¬ man Soldier third Roman Soldier now at stud on Marwyck Ranch in San Fer ¬ nando Valley finished second to Omaha in the Kentucky Derby and won the Detroit and Texas Derbys but Firethorn was sec ¬ ond to Omaha in both the Preakness and the Belmont and won The Jockey Club Gold Cup and the Lawrence Realization Sun Portland standing at Burns Brothers Ranch was second to Roman Soldier in the Detroit Derby Rosemont later to win the Santa Anita Handicap was fourth on the threeyearold list of 1935 1935Hollyrood Hollyrood owned by David J Davis of Phar Lap fame and who like War Glory is standing in Santa Clara County was listed fourth among the threeyearolds of 1936 The leaders are Bold Venture winner of all three starts that year in ¬ cluding the Kentucky Derby and Preak ¬ ness Granville who after finishing last in the Kentucky Derby was second in the Preakness and won the Belmont Stakes the Arlington Classic the Kenner Stakes the Travers the Saratoga Cup and Law ¬ rence Realization in succession and Brev ¬ ity who as an oddson choice in the Ken ¬ tucky Derby finished second to Bold Ven ¬ ture after having won three starts includ ¬ ing the Florida TJerbyr TJerbyrHollyroods Hollyroods claim to fame was the fact that he was third in the Belmont fifth in the Kentucky Derby and won the Chicago and Detroit Derbys Jean Bart who is now doing stud duty at Rancho Casitas was prominent among the threeyearolds of 1936 finishing third in the Preakness and winning several other races

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