Failed At Racing, But Jumps Well., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-26


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FAILED AT RACING BUT JUMPS WELL If you go to the performance at the New York Hippodrome you will see among the clever jumping horses an animal that left a career on the raco course because she could not be got around the track without bolting or interfering with her competitors Stayaway was bred by John Dyment the elder ami is by imported Disturbance III imported Terra Nova II In early training she showed no particular tricks but she was practically useless for racing because of the impossibility of keeping her in a straight course She lyolted on turns and bumped into tlie other horses when she lid not run out At Buffalo she was disqualified for fouling and at Woodbine with only two other starters she was disqualified in the Ontario Purse for the same thing 1 guess that a horse that cant get even third monev in a threehorse race isnt very useful in tills business concluded her trainer and off to the Repository she went Crow Murray buying her for show purposes They made something of her in the ring and she soon became noted as a distance jumper Though she could not be got around a mile circuit at one time she now Is as handy as a cat in the narrow limitsof a playhouse stage Horses are like men In that they may be failures in one line and very great successes In another Toronto Globe

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