Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-06


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Al Luzader has four yearlings in training for Edward Weiss as follows: Louis Weiss, bay colt, bv Stalwart: Absent Friend, Stalwart Helen, chestnut fdlv, by Stalwart; Helen Miller, chestnut filly, by Pink Coat, Senta; and chestnut filly by Stalwart Navarres Hope . In speaking relative to the disusing of his good colt, Ralph, George J. Long sit id that he was never anxious to sell a good horse. He remarked: "They are hard to get, and any man racing as I do, the product of his breeding establishment, should never let the real trademark of his stable go for aiiy amount of money." He believes in selling the poorer horses and keeping the good ones to carry his colors in Derby races and other big stakes. Mr. Long said that Ralph has shown more as a two-year-old than the great Free Lance at the same age. and, while 5,000 might tempt him, he would not think of selling Ralph for any amount under that sum.

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