Condensed History Of The Brooklyn Derby., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-14

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CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE BROOKLYN DERBY The Brooklyn iDcrby Is a highclass event and has usually been contested by the crack threeyear olds of each recurring year many of the greatest stars of the American turf figuring in its winning and nlace lists Hanover Emperor of Norfolk Burlington Uilssell Dobbins Handspring Octagon Petruchio Bonnibert Major Daiiigerticld Sir Dixon Ambulance Don Alonzo Previous Kilmaruock Highball Bryn Mawr and Peter Pan adorning its lionnribl record which is ns follows Yoar First Jockeys Second SecondDniibine Val Time 1887 Hanover J McLaughlin McLaughlin18SSKmperor Dniibine 118 Bronzomarte 115 2C75 t43V 18SSKmperor of Norfolk I Murphy Sir Dixon 118 Prince Royal 118 1 S8l Cynosure Fitzpatrick Carroll 118 Zephyrus 118 1890 Burlingtou Barnes Torso 118 Kenwood 118 1891 Russell Taylor Ambulance 117 Bolero 122 1S92 Patron Hay ward Charade 122 Mars 122 1893 Rainbow LIttlefield Don Alonzo 122 Comaiiche 122 1894 Dobbins Simms Assignee 122 Sir Excess 122 1895 Keeiiau Gritlin Counter Tenor TenorIntermission 127 Sir Galahad 122 1S9C Handspring Doggett Intermission 117 Hamilton II 122 1S97 Octagon Simms Buddha 122 Don de Oro 127 189StTho Huguenot Spencer Previous 117 Latson 117 1899 Ahom II Martin The Bouncer 119 MLeod of Darell 1900 Petruchio Spencer Kiliuarnock 12G David Garricklll 1901 Bonuihcrt Spencer Blues Ill The Parader 12f 1902 Major Daiugeriiold Odom Homestead IIS King Hanover 121 1903 Whorler F ONeill Golden Maxim MaximHighball 118 Merry Acrobat US 904 Bryn Mawr Lvne Highball 118 The Southerner 1 IS 905 Cairngorm W Davis Migraine US Merry Lark 118 90 Belmere F ONciii The Quail 118 King Henry 115 907 Peter Pan W Miller Pauiuonok 114 Yankee Girl 121 908 Fair Play K Diigan King James 122 Chapultepec 12C Distance reduced to 1 14 miles istance increased to 1 12 miles

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