Winning Two-Year-Olds of the Year, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-26


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WINNING TWO-YEAR-OLDS OF THE YEAR. Rose. I bay gelding by St. Avonieos — I.avena .. is probably the best two-year-old shown so far m the i-oast this year, having taken his only three starts with the greatest of ea-i . Rose is a half brother lo Dmo* good t.alifornia pi rformers. Tawasentha and Heather Scott. Aplo Oro. in the stable of Thomas II. Williams, won his first start on January 4. and made a promising debut. Apio Oro. which is by Kinley Mack — La Ialiua. was pnreLascd at the eastern yearling sales by Williams for ,000. He is I half-brother 10 Palm Room and Paliodale. the former a winner. M Corrigan inuodured a fast one of his own binding to the public at New Orleans in Anne Mi-Gee. by Maria Santa — California. Both sire and dam wvre racers of note, esiiecially the imported Marta Saiila. whirl showed remarkable speed over Chicago tracks a few years ba.-k. while California I d .-reditably in the colors of T. W. Coulter a de.-ade ago. Klizalteth Harwood. from the same si.ilib-. made her debut on January 20 and was reinrned the winner in a game finish. She. too, is by Marta Santa, out of the y. ung English mare, 1iim laim. Sain Hildrcth has a gooir one in Aehieve. the chestnut rilly kf •Wuteii-ress — Stellaris. which he paid BMt for at the yearling sales in the east la-it year. Aibliye has stsrlert three times, her first paaaj re ulliug in defeat by Rose Queen after getting away badly. Her two other starts wen-easy wins and stamps her as a promising filly and ■ likely investment for her owner. MUM Abe. in the stable of L. A. Cella. has shown about the best form of any lw year-old at New Orleans so lar. having -»ron all three of his siaits. but losing iiis rttjeojai race through a dis-i|iialitcalion for fouling. Marse Alio is a chestnut mil by Vankei -Halo and is a half-brother lo Red Light. Bauble and Saturn. Cella paid .2«K for him at tin- yearling sales in New York last season. Two from the Unnondiile Sialde mad-- go.Kl at Hicir first asking at takland. These were Wood lander, by He »vood -Orellana, on January 14. and Hoke of Milan, by Orsiisi gphncfc, 011 .Lutuary SJS. Wi-Hllander is 1 half brotl i-r 10 Avona. while Huke of Milan is a half brother in Lady Ormondab-. Lady Leota. a filly bg oie: Dovecote, another in he sialde of I.. A. Cella. 1 -:i 1 »r 111-.-1I her first race jiiil-ressively at tlie Fair i rounds on January 1 5. This is 1 In first foal of her dam. a young mare hy Kingston. Voter, her sire, was on,, of the speediest horses on tie- Aiueriian 1 m ten years 11,0. This rilly 1 ost but S.Joo as :, yeatifcag at auction. The bay tiliy. Arionette. by Cesarioii — Fonsolette. also won for Cell. 1 at New Orieaus. She is a full sjsier to Coioiel Bob. a winner of third en nn-es ami .« 4i last y ;.i . I viillu. by Alveseot — Sunlight, bred and owned 1 George .1. Long at Rash ford Manor Stud, is a promising idly raring Hi Sunla Anita Park. She ha-; not Im-i-ii unplaced in her four starts, winning her last 01,. • and showing improvement ou each occasion. UUilla is a half-sister lo Sundart.

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