Milam Stable to Go to Memphis, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-29


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MILAM STABLE TO GO TO MEMPHIS. Lexington, Ky., December 28.-rJ. C. Milam will ship next week to Memphis the sixteen horses lie lias in training at the Kehtuckysso7uTtlon tTacE; They will spend ahont a month at Montgomery Park and then be sent on to New Orleans to race until the end of the season at the Fair Grounds ind City Park. The string embraces: Belle Scott, eh. f. 3, by Contestor Housegirl. Bess Ward, clu f, 2, by Contestor Fannie W. Fonso. Contanna, for. g, 2, by Contestor Morgianna. Convolo, b. g, 4, by Contestor Flo II. Hazel Patch, ch. c, 3, by Kinley Mack Listen to tha Band. Ida May, ch. f, 2, by Charade Forelock. Mae Hamilton, ch. f, 2, by Jack Point or St. George Anna Bain. Merrick, ch. g, 4, by Golden Garter Bianca. R.C. Rann, b. c, 2, by Lactantius Cherry Button. Shirley Rossmore, ch. f, 2, by Bendoran Tardy. Also the following half-dozen coming two-year-olds: Bay gelding, by Goldcrest Rosa MacBride. Brown filly, by Contestor Hide and Seek. Chestnut filly, by Contestor Fala Morgana. Chestnut filly, by Contestor Sweep Along. This is a full-sister to Jim Simpson. Chestnut filly, by Contestor The Broom. This is a full-sister to Arabelle and Contestee. Chestnut gelding, by Contestor Eltrovia. This is a half-sister to Toppy Girl. R. C. Rann and Mae Hamilton are the property of R. L. Baker. Milam either owns outright or has an interest in all of the others. The first-named nine have started and are all winners. Contanna is a good-looking big brown gelding that has never been sent to the post. These horses arc all in the best of winter condition and will be heard from when Milam sends them out under the colors. Mr. Baker was at the track Friday morning to see It. C. Rann, and expressed himself as highly pleased with the appearance of the English-bred colt with which he hopes to win the next Kentucky Derby. R. C. Rann is not eligible to. either of the Derbys at New Orleans. If he starts there it will only be In preparation for the race at Louisville next May. On 1007 form he has as good a chance for the Kentucky Derby as any eligible, and," barring mishaps, he can be expected to go to the post favorite.

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