Walshs Two-Year-Olds, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-04


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j 1 I WALSHS TWO-YEAR-OLDS. Canadian horsemen are not very much in evidence at Santa Anita, but the number of Canadians engaged in the betting riug and the number of visitors from Canada who are spending the winter here and who find diversion at the track is considerable. J. J. Walsh of Toronto has the most extensive string of the Canadian owners. Mr. Walsh has niueteen in all. eight in the older division, and eleven two-year-olds. The former are: Gabrielle. Dredger, Sir Edward. Allerion, Marster, Henry Kelly, Simon D. and Court Martial, the last-named two having been purchased from Johnny Dyment, following the close of the Woodbine fall meeting. Of the eleven two-year-olds J. R. Walker is expecting great things. Following is a list of the two-year-olds iu the Walsh string: Daisy Thorpe, b. f, by Woolsthorpe — Daisy Rose. Fair Annie, br. f, by Hawkswick — Fair Annet. Marion Delorme, br. f, by Monsieur de LOrme — Redmark. Mattie Russell, br. f, by Woolsthorpe — Amelia Strathmore. Nasmerite. b. c, by Nasturtium — Merito. Queens Grove, eh. f, by Nasturtium— Grove Queen. ! Semper Fidelis. b. c. by Maddison— Work. Semproelle. b. c. by Sempronius — Luzelle. Tea Set. eh. f. by St. Maxim— High Tea. Thunder Hill. b. c. by Boanerges— Richmond Hill. True Sif. ch. f, by Nasturtium — Sif, Jr. Mr. Walker is particularly sweet on the youngsters by Nasturtium, and thinks that they will prove just as good or more so than Magazine and Martha Jane, the two youngsters that he developed here last winter, and which were shortly afterwards sold to R. F. Carman.

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