Ballot to Supplant Peter Pan: Will Fill the Engagements in Three Important Stakes at Saratoga, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-02


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1 1 I i i 1 j : : a j i BALLOT TO. SUPPLANT PETER PAN. Will Fill the Engagements in Three Important Stakes at Saratoga. New York, August 1. liallot is to be James It. Keenes main reliance at Saratoga, now that Peter Pan Is temporarily on the ailing list. Both have the same engagements the Saratoga Handicap, the Great Republic and the Saratoga Cup. Superman and Zambesi have trained off and they show it plainly. Neither of them can get up a respectable gallop in their morning trials. They, too, are to be rested up. The Brighton Handicap winner was shown to slow jogging exercise this morning with hardly any trace of lameness in evidence, but one prominent trainer remarked that Rowe would bo tempting fate by sending Peter Pan along at anything faster than a jog just now, adding that middle tendon might be affected. In any event, with Itallot to worthilr represent him at Saratoga, .Mr. Keene is said to have remarked that this was ah opportune time to give Peter- Pan a let-up and freshen him up for his "all r iuJ1ortaut staku engagements iu the Whether it was J. L. McGinnis, the owner of Frank Gill, or the horse himself, had the most horse sense the fact remains that Frank Gills cough suddenly disappeared and that he will be sent for Saturdays three-year-old stake. It is said that both horse and owner recovered their nerve yester i i day morning when they caught sight of the great Peter Pan limping painfully off the track. Frank-Gill worked an easy mile In 1:43 this morning and McGinnis says he is a sure starter in the Brighton Derby,

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