Golden Rule And Money Muss., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-30


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GOLDEN RULE AND MONEY MUSS. When Coldaa Utile Won the third race at Oakland Monday it counted that good old gildings 117th start and folly -third win. Golden Rub- is now ten years old. He is by golden Caller, out of Lucille Murphy and was bred by Edward Corrigan. who owned him up to the summer of EMS. He is now, as he has always been, a sprinter and tod i.v he has apparently as much speed as he had as a two-year-Old. Three quarters of a mile and under is his game ami it haul beim characteristic of him to race his e p. titers dizzy in the tirst half mile. •though not a horse of the highest cfaUM he has b. en a useful racing tool and has paid his way for all who have owned hint. He did his lirst racing at the San Francisco tracks in I8JM, making his lirst atari a winning one on February 0 of that year. He was rnad for a half mile in 4!» or better at any time and the day he 011*1101 the tables on Kitty . which bad nosed him out in a previous race after he had stumbled at the slarl. he ran the tirst 1; tarter of a mile in the live-eighths journey in 23 . finishing the rare an easy winner in 1 :d2 with 123 pounds up. After tearing California that year Mr. Carrlgaa took Golden Bob* to Saratoga and raced him three limes after Mesmerist and other superior horses. lie brought him to Chicago and at Hawthorne he ran fire-eighths in 1:0©, the track record then. May ! l ii took his mi -a sure the next time out. She was a three year old then and too last l..r him Mr. Corrigan had him in Lugland in 1900 and 1901, but lie failed to pay his way across the pond. In tin- spring of 1903 he celebrated his return to th* land of his birth by making a held of sprinters look cheap at Louisville. He ran his last race for Mr. Corrigan at Louisville two days late:- May 8 finishing fourth to Toali. Death and Jim Clark. I. V. Doaa bought him and won a couple of races with him. 1 sold him iu October to Darnell i*c Herz and after the Split-Op between those high loll- lag partners he continued as the property of Dor- nell until he passed into the hands of .1. V. Kirhy in California a little more than a year ago lie has I" liis ei.. ill three .pi. irieis of a mile in 1:12 at W ••:! . Here hi the record of his performances and mil of his winnings to date: Year. A. sis. 1st. 2d. 3d. Lap. Won. I8B 2 is 12 :: ii : I 7.71.0 1900 :; 2 n 11 ii 2 1901 4 2 11 II II 2 1902 .". lb 8 I 1 :; 3.523 1903 i; :;l 12 1; .", s 8,150 1901 7 -_7 .". 7 5 10 2,075 1905 s ]o 2 - o 8 77" I9M : I :: » 1 1 785 1907 lo :. 2 o 11 :; 1.0 Totals 117 13 22 12 Pt 3,720 I,, Li ■land. M y Muss, the nine year old gelding by The 11.10 Little Grove Queen, now racing occasionally at Oakland for A, Goodin, is anotbei reteran oftea mentioned by those who saw him run at the local tiaeks. Honey Muss ran and won :i- lit - I race at Boby May 11. I960 .-nil lne days late- tan placed lo Garrj Hermann. Three days alter tliis lie was again second to Garry Hermann. Robert Waddell. which won the American Derby the following year, mad.- bia fust start, in this race and wai 1 good third lo Money Muss. At Harlem iu Jane be won on two successive iius Watklna Gohisby, who owned him. then shipped the coll to St. 1 is, when he won one owl ot foot Btarta and was shipped back 10 Hawthorne, running second to Jim in.-z. August 2. Aft.r leu failures Fred T. W d bought tne youngster and woa three races, ; him to Dallas, where he scored three in a row and was taken to New. Orleans t. win om o: threi before tie end • .; the year. His Brat race as a three-year-old was at Boby, finishing .third, hut he won his mt two. A second lo Robert Wa.M.ll a! Worih was followed by three thirds at Harlem and Hawthorne. At Washington Park he ran eight races ami only scored iu one. In Ids 11. xi twentj two races at Harlem. Hawthorne, Bob] and Worth, be scored in seven, three of them si. .light, second ten times and third twice. lb- then went into tin- Wood stable for the winter. His twenty-six races at the local tracks the following year wen not up to his form of a year ha fore, lb only won six, was second fire times. :IM,| third twice. W I aoM Money Mu~s Mt the end of He- local s. to G. P.. Moiris. who shipped to Oakland, winning a race, second money twice and once in the ruck out of four starts. Morris sold him shortly after tie- first of the year to I. C. Dona-lecne, who continued to rue him at Oakland, but he never won a race during the year, though in his nine starts he was second seven times, third I January 7. 1904, Donah .-he sold lo It to Harry i lien, who won three out of five starts with him and then soil him to Ed. Gaylord of Denver, who raced him at Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas ilv and only won one purse. Harry Green got him again and raced him three times the following year at Ascot Park, winning two, when Money Muss went hack to Doiialeehe. Money Mn 1 ran twenty-two races last year, win Blag seven, three of them straight, .and in the colors of three different owners. He figured in the selling war at Ascot Park, John MeCaaTerty getting him from Donalcche lo win with him February 1. C. B. Darnell got him on a "boost" thai day and daya later won with Mas and let bin go to K. Angarola from whom lie pa est d to .1. .1. UFlaherty, who shipped !!•■ hois,- to Memphis. xor. ..nt". Buffalo ami Saratoga, .ail; winning two races with him. OFlaherty sold aim bunt lad to it. Boetorick, who started the gelding at Ascot Park. Januarj 28 I 1 and two months later sold to A. G lin. his present owner and trainer. 1 llowlng i. 1 record of Money Alms performances am! winnings: Year. V. So. 1st. 2d. ;.,, ,M|i ,v,„, PHiii g :■•. 12 II 1 :i § 1,255 1901 :: ::7 lo It Ii 7 .. HU5 1902 I 31 7 7 2 i, 2, J45 1903 •"• ■ 0 7 1! 11 503 1H.t 1; Jn r, ] 11 4 1,6,-iO 1905 7 : J 1 11 •! 7 Mi 1906 8 22 7 6 2 7 2,760 1907 : 8 2 -J. 1 :: 77.. Totals 158 -!•". 89 17 47 #,485

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