George M. Odoms Young Racers, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-09


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GEORGE M. ODOMS YOUNG RACERS. New York, December S. George M. Odom. who is fitting a big string of yearlings at Sheepshead Bay for next seasons racing, is one of the busiest of winter horsemen in quarters there. The horses in his care will be raced -tinder the name of the Brook-side Stable and they will afford a line on what is to be expected of Celt as a sire. Five of the get of the sou of Commando that he has in his string are liberally engaged and, on looks and what they have already shown in private, each one gives promise of being a useful racer. Of the Celts three are colts ami two lilles, while another of which great things are expected is a bay son of Ieep oDay. The Celt youngsters were purchased from It. J. Hancock, of Kllerslie Stud, and were carefully selected. Four of the live are handsome chestnuts, and the fifth, a daughter of the Commando horse ::nd Aurine is a bay. In the lot is a daughter of Network, which makes her a half sister to Workman, Workmaid. Ill Bart and Lace. The others are sons of Belle Fleur, Ellerslie, the dam of Naughty Lad, and Sanci, the dam of Keswick. The Ieep oDay colt is a bay son of Love-llght, whose produce Includes Ed Lilburn. Thermometer. Miss Buny, Cioudlight and Mary Aileen. It is Mr. Odoms intention to have his string ready for an early tart in 1!14. Bight now they are probably more advanced than any yearlings on Long Island.

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