John E. Maddens Juveniles., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-09


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I I JOHN E. MADDENS JUVENILES. N.w York. April L— The likeliest two-year-olds in I John E. Maddeiis stable at Sheepshead Bay, according • to the dockers, are the colts by Adam — Koman i Gold ami Disguise -Semper Faratus. The Roman i c,,ld mil is called Goldbeater. He was declared 1 In. in most "f hi two-year-old engagements hecanae iii n spell or sickness Which prostrated him on the car.-, lasi fall en route from New York to Kentucky. The colt rei-overcd quickly uider pro|ier treatment alter r aching Lexington, but the indisposition in-l. ■rrupted his development for a spell. Mr. Madibns I lillv bv Yankee, out af Imp. the fastest yearling ■rorked bereabonta last fall, was utrtckea wnh the Roaaaa Gold coll. but she did not recover. Her los I was the most serious piece of ill-luck the masler r of Hamburg Place had experienced in years. Not l onlv was the Yankee -Imp lilly in every stake ot I value t be run in America this year and next, but t she wa- alsn eligible for the One Thousand Guineas, the Dertiv and the Oaks, to Ik- run in Great Britain 1 in 1911. Mr. Madden refused several flattering : offers far her last fall. Hie Adam — Roman Gold ■ e..!t is in the Futurity and the BeaeM for 1010 and j the British Derbv and Ihe Two Thousand Guineas of 1 BUI. Goldbeater docs not look as well aa do the Adam youMCatera which remained in this part af the ii uiitrv last winter, but he is improving every day. Goldbeater will be one of the Madden . amiidalcs for the Saratoga Special. He did not t work a- swiftly last fall as did his stableinate by f Yankee. but be showed fair speed and his owner r believe- he will make Rood. Goldbeater i-ost Mr. Madden ,000 at the Sheepshead Bay paddeeka la-l 1 fall at the sale of W. OB. Ma.-iloiio.ighs yeatlinu"-. Several Kentucky breeders wanted to punliiise Goldbeater j for c- • as a stock horse, but Mr. Madden bid too high for them. Goldbeater will ultimately find a 1 home at Hamburg Flace if he makes good under colors. The Disguise —Semper Iaratus colt was bred bv i Elliot C. Co.viliu of Maiilehurst Stud, and he was s lipiic-ht into the sales ring under the name of The Bay II. lb- is a half -brother to The Minute Man. a ait bv Juvenal that finished third in the Futurity f of 1900. right at the heels of Hamburg Belle and I nblas. Madden owned The Minute Man and I thought akrhfj of liiai. Shortly tiftcr bis ifuutl per - formance In the Futurity The Minute Man astonished a big crowd at Sheepshead Bay by trimming Ihe redoubtable McChosney at one mile. Shortly after llie Minute Man took the measure of McClicsnoy his career was cut short by death. The Juvenal call broke a pastern at Brighton in the running of the colt cud of the Predace Stakes, and was shot. The Spy il. is a horse of the Disguise type. He is a brown of unusual length, standing on good, healthy feer. The most forward of the Madden fillies, apparently., is Thrifty, a daughter of Ogib-n and Busy Maid, and a sister to Busy. Thrifty is in the Canar sie and Kose Stakes at Aqueduct. Madden has tilths by Migtai ut of Lady Schorr and by Plaudit out of Mimosa, anil colts by Orlando out of Miss Boi.".iaiio and by Kingston out of Curiosity in stakes at Belmont Dark. Graveseml. Sheep-head Bay and Saratoga. These youngsters were pur chased in the open market last summer, as was The Spy II.

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