Col. Nevilles Juvenile Jumpers, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-12


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COL. NEVILLES JUVENILE JUMPERS. New York, October 11. Colonel Kob Neville of Virginia lias three good young jumpers in Ills stable which are to be started -at Washington. The best of the trio on private work is Sir Wooster, a son of Ardington and Lady Wooster, and a. half-brother to Mr. McCanit, the winner of tlie Great Autumn. This gelding is bigger now than Mr. McCann in spite of the hitters advantage as to age, and lie is a perfect jumper. The second is Garterman, a son of Contract and White Garters. Colonel Neville was always partial to White Garters, and he is confident that Garterman. who resembles that Jitaro strikingly, will make good in the field. White Garters was not the fastest fencer of her time, but she was one of the surest. The third of the Virginia turfmans three-year-olds is a son of Ardington and Ten tore, and lie rejoices in tlie good old Irish name of Kallacolla.

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