Condensed History Of The Spinaway Stakes., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-06

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CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE SPINAWAY STAKES A A AA A long time ago as time goes in horse racing George Lorillard introduced to patrons of racing a splendid lilly by Leamington Megara This was in 1880 and her name was Spinaway She was the win ¬ ner of many stake races and it was in her honor and o preserve her name and fame that the Saratoga Association gave her name to the rich event which Maskette carried off at Saratoga yesterday It was first run in 1SS1 and appropriately enough George Lorillard won if with his Virgil lilly Memento Then it was won by a remarkable succession of highclass fillies in Miss AVoodford Tolu Mission Belle Grisette Ios Angeles Gipsy Queen Daisy F Sallie McClelland and Promenade Each and every one of these was it crack race horse Miss Woodford and Los Angeles being two of the greatest race mares of American lurf historv Of these winners Mission Belle was one of the lirst of the progeny of Grlnstead to bring turf fame to Lucky Baldwin and his Santa Anita stud Grisette and Los Angeles were also his when they won the Spinaway Tolu was one of the early representatives of Ten Broeck and won many races for Wyndham Walden Gipsy Queen was a very tine lilly by Rayon dOr and wonderfully successful as a two yearold Sallie McClelland was a fleet and beautiful Hindoo lilly that is through her daughter Sallie of Navarre the grandmother of the crack racer Swlvldere The record of the Spinaway is as follows Xear First Jockeys Wt Second Wt Third Wt Val Time 1881 Memento Costello 107 Night Cap 107 Tuscaloosa 107 2100 100 1552 Miss Woodford Stovall03 Tarantella 95 Empress 100 1800 103 1553 Tolu J McLaughlinl03 Tattoo 100 Economy 95 2200 103 1884 Mission Belle IIollowayl03 Radha 95 Florio 107 1500 103 1885 Biggonet MaynardlOO Hattie Carlile 100 Georgie H 95 2025 105 1SM5 Grisette Miller 103 Lizzie Krepps 107 Agnes 103 2J075 2075 l03i ISS7 Los Angeles West 107 Blithesome 103 Cokena 95 2500 102J 1S8S Gipsy Queen Martin 101 Queen of Trumps 100 Daisy Woodruff 93 2825 103 1880 Daisy F Richcreek 112 Ruperta 08 Estelle 102 3750 100 1890 Sallie McClelland Allen 117 Helen Rose 107 Ayrshire Lass 104 2805 100 1891 Promenade SImmslor Sellna D 98 Salonlca 110 2585 103 1901Rossignol T Burns 112 Disadvantage 119 Amicita 119 2G25 l10s 1902 Duster Suaw122 Astarita 121 Jud Campbell 122 0150 110J 1903 Raglan J Hicks 110 Little Em 110 Memories 119 10430 1121 1904 Tanya Shaw 122 Schulnmite 114 Linda Lee 119 10750 107 J l905 Edna Jackson F ONeill 119 Running Water 119 Curiosity 119 11750 lOSi 1906 Court Dress Radtkel22 Kennyetto 112 Mentha 122 7750 107 1907 Til lia Powel W Knapp112 Half Sovereign U9 107U9 Adriana 112 9170 106 1905 Maskette Not erll2 Wedding Bells 112 Ijidy Ilubbard 112 8250 1054 Stake discontinued from 1892 to 1901 Distance Increased from 5S mile to 5 12 furlongs

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