G. R. Tompkins Band of Jumpers, Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-22

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+ — + G. R. TOMPKINS BAND OF JUMPERS + + Gwya K. Tompkins, of Warrenton, Va.. has for many years paat annually raced a few .1um| ers profit a bly. When lining I oat lithe d in Chicago he was a familiar and popular figure, the racing public knowing well thai his horses were always fit when sent to the |x st and sure to win if they eould. A long time back he won important races here with tin- fine Prince Charlie mare. Can Can. anil at a later period with the mares l-rond.i and Becky Uolfe. Of late years old Jimmy l ano has lieen his chief and always reliable money earner, but as the age of a hois,. g,Ms Jimmy Lane is now quite an old codger and last year hail to play -eond fiddle to his younger stablemale. The Prophet, which raced with considerable distinction over the jumps. In all the Tompkins stable earnings were: Color A nit. Horse. and Sex. A. Pedigree. 1st. 21. oil. Won. The Prophet ch. g. 5 By Islington— Castnlia 4 5 2 .1»;." Jimmy Lane ch. g. 12 By His Grace — Anna Page 2 12 1,299 flic Busybody h. f. 4 Bv Meddler— Belle Hovt 2 1 :; «.tS0 r.eiio .."...." ch. m. c By Oraaw— Tnrpela 11 ill 710 Kingcash br. c. ;i By Bowling Brook— Alcyone II 1 0 1 4«m His Iteverotice deadi.cii. g. 4 By His Grate — Moon daisy 0 0 1 Bf Totals 10 S 10 ,070

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