Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-02-19


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF A St Louis scribe thinks that there aie aide others besides the only Tod Todd and has this to say about two rising lights of jockeydom jockeyed Take Tommy Burns and LongShot Longish Conley Coney for example Burns is without doubt the com iug big jockey of the country and in the tight pinch of a driving finish is today less liable to lose his head than any boy Sloan not excepted in the business Burns has excellent hands gets away with Archerlike Archeries celerity is a good judge of pace and he finishes with Garrison sque sue determination Conley Coney who has grown into the affections of the pikers pickers owing to his ability to land long shots is a loosejointed closemouthed ebonyhued ebony devilmaycare boy who appears to have the knack of getting the very last ounce out of his mount Conley Coney can get through as small a knot hole as Felix Carr and Frank Jordan ever could do in their very best days and has as little appreciation of danger as a twoyearold toehold child It is true that Conley Coney has not his rivals artistic pose but he gave the ex ¬ tensivelyadvertised Tod Todd a severe jolt last Thursday February 10 at the Oakland track when in two successive races he beat Sloan on j B favorites with a 25tolshot and 3tol second secondChoice second Choice The five great English spring handicaps in which American horses will be contestants and their dates are as follows The Lincolnshire will be run Tuesday March 22 It is worth 10000 and is at one mile The Great Metropol Metropolis ¬ itan tan Stakes is of 5000 value the distance is about two miles and a quarter and it will be run Tuesday April 19 The City and Suburban run Wednesday April 20 will be worth 10000 The distance is one mile and a quarter The Chester Cup will be run Wednesday May 4 over the Old Cup Course nearly two miles and a quarter It will be worth 12750 The Kemp ton Park Great Jubilee Stakes value 15000 will be run over the New Mile CourseSaturday Courses CourseSaturdayMay May 7 Fof Ff ten 2yearold candidates for equine fame and fortune C Littlefield Littered Jr claims these names Sandy Hook cli clip c by Kismet Allanah Allan Obeyance Abeyance ch f by Order Fonsetta Onset Arbor ch f by Sir Modred Molded Trellis Garniture b f by Fresno Garnet Darebelle Harebell b f by Darebin Darwin Hirondelle Girandole Missy br f by Midlothian Militia Miss Hooker Effervescent b f by Islington Wilmington Mollie Patter b f by Golden Garter Patty Eicabar Escobar b f by Tha Thai Bard Eica Erica Golden Days b f by Goldfinch Suscol Subsoil SuscolGideon Gideon Daly Dally have chosen the following names for eight of their 2yearolds Lumiero Lumpier ch c by His Highness Luminary LuminaryHigh Luminary High Invite b c by His Highness Inver Invert arite barite ariteLittle cartelist Little Indian b c by His Highness The Squaw SquawBare Squaw Bare Perfume b c by His Highness Early Blossom High Degree ch f by His Highness Nettie Nettle NettieFlossie Etiologies Flossie Flossier Clark b f by His Highness Dear Louise LouiseRoyal Louise Royal Maiden b f by Ludwig Tarantella Bprotchety Broche ch f by Ludwig Vage Vague In addition to names already published Brom Broom ¬ ley levy Co have selected the following for an additional batch of their 2yearolds Flying Scotchman ch c by MacduffLizzie C CJames James James Tod Todd b c by Strathmore Stratford Colleen Khue Hue KhueComposer Composer b c by Wagner Miss Barnes BarnesLa Barnes La Cheviot b f by Cheviot Elsie S SCharles Charles Charles Morris has eight 2yearolds in train ¬ ing King for which he has registered these names Lady Frances br f by Britannic or Mars Eemote Emote EemoteLady Emote Lady Eosethorn Easton b f by Winfred Informed Eosethorn Easton EosethornGolden Golden Love b f by Cayuga or Love Gold Genoveva Genevieve GenovevaGoldman Goldman b g by Love Gold or Gallantry Mantilla Howell Bunton Button b c by Gallantry Minna Mina MinnaPlev Mina Plev Levy b c by Plevna Pena Operetta OperettaPocoWaNo Operetta PocoWaNo Ocean br c by Octopus Truffle TruffleKing Truffle King Zula Zola b c by Love Gold Zulu A miscellaneous array of owners have claimed the following names for two yearolds earls Louis Stuart Rockdove Rocked b f by Kinglike Stonecrop Haward Hayward ch c by Hindoo Indoor La Es meralda Amerada Gaze ch f by Falsetto Glimpse Knights Council ch g by Knight of Ellerslie Wellesley KatieMose Katie Katie Mose Moose Sceorce Coerce Sweet Russell b g by Ben Strome Stone Puzzolana Puzzle PuzzolanaW Puzzle W C Eollins Collins Little Jess ch c by Uncle Jess Cloister Cousin Jess ch c by Uncle Jess Lenas Lena First FirstC First C M Eeed Deed Frances Eeed Deed b f by Hanover Extra ExtraGeorge Etageres George B Havill Hail Green Witch br f by Julien Julie Witch Hazel HazelHoward Hazel Howard Tenley Henley Dixie Dinmont Dumont b f by Dan die Dinmont Dumont Vittoria Victoria VittoriaL Victoria L P Tarlton Carlton Eubel Umbel b f by Blue Eyes Maya MayaW Maya W L Lafferty Loafer Tululah Mullah B ch f by Ben Strome Stone Acra Accra Nan Dora ch f by Rossinpton Proscription Heckla Heckle Alta May b f by Deceiver Polly H II Auntie Bell b f by Donatello Donate Alma Davis DavisHerbert Lavisher Herbert Caldwell Ban Leaf ch f by Ban Chief Eleanor EleanorCharles Eleanor Charles T Patterson Heber Herbert Jones br c by Pirate of Penzance Penance Miss Lexington Slow Go ch c by Great Tom Guayaquil Prince Eric b c by King Eric Lucy Lair LairJ Lair J C Cahn Can Chancery ch c by Chance Out scramble Fausturo Faust br c by Faustus Faust Volturo Vulture Woodcut b g by Woodmoss Woodless Cantatrice Canaries CantatriceM Cathartic M Bqwen Bowen Son Jack Henry b c by Linden Belle Air AirH Air H K Knapp Armament b c by Tremont Fremont Armiel Ariel ArmielGeorge George Sigler Silver Mr Kennedy br c by Lau ¬ reate create Vendetta Ben Blue b c by Ben Strome Stone Blue Garter Little Emma ch f by Potomac Kitty Clark ClarkMcKenzie McKenzie Thompson Captain Quirk ch c by Farandole Farad Myrtle MyrtleS S Guggenheim Ponchotoula Poncho b f by George Kinney Catherine CatherineM Catherine M Murphy Kensington b f by Kingston Eepeat Deepest EepeatW Deepest W L Lansing Erebus blk balk c by Reporter Palomita Palmist PalomitaW Palmist W S Barnes Coy Maiden ch f by Tea Tray Indiana IndianaJ Indiana J S Lancaster Safrano Saran ch f by Trafalgar Lucy Lewis LewisW Lewis W C La Bue Blue Tom Hibben Hibernia b c by Sea Shore Nina Good Knight b c by Free Knight Cassandra CassandraJames Cassandra James Murphy Teutones Tautness b c by Teuton Teutonic No No Terburg Terbium ch c by Teuton Teutonic Ofalece Coalesce Canus Anus b c by Candlemas Candelas Fauna II IISensation Dispensation Sensation Stable Quo Vadis Addis ch c by St Blaise Blains Gretna Greta GretnaGeorge Granger George W Orchard Suirley Shirley Stepler Stapler ch f by Eiley Riley Mabel Abel MabelNolan Nolan Tholl Toll Also Ban II b c by Panique Antique Waiting II IIJ II J B Haggin Haggling Broma Roma b f by Order Cocoa Tournay Tourney b f by Tournament Orchis Orchids Nokomo Nokomis b c by Order Nokomis NokomisFrank Nokomis Frank Began Saguache Sauce blk balk c by Britannic Medusa Sir Florian Florin ch g by St Florian Florin Prosperity F M Arthur Sam Lazarus Esq by Donald A Du Du John Conzet Cornet b c by Kosciusko Bettie Betties Barry BarryGeorge Barry George H Kernaghan Termagant Genl Enl Mark Gary b c by Macduff Mac Kate Pelletier Palletize Caro Cairo C b f by Judge Murray Mittie Mattie B BIvan Ivan Ivan Fox Bona Fortuna b f by Circassian Circadian Divorce

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