Praise for a Whitney Two-Year-Old, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-09


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1 PBAISE FOR A WHITNEY TWO-YEAR-OLD. II. P. Whitney is the peaataaac of a gramkdng two year old. in England of his own breading, I" Ing by Fowling piece from his young mate Lady Han burg, which as the Hamburg Lady Frivoies tilli won the Filzwilliam Stakes. Wilbrahain Plate anal Mersey Stakes for him In Fnglaml in 191U. This colt ran third in the Bedford stakes at Newmarket. and in commenting on the race in London Sportsman "The Special Commissioner" said of hiin: "Perhaps the best looking of them all is the very truly moulded silver-ticked hay colt by Fowling-piece onl of Lady Hamburg. He has a blaze face Bad White over both hind and his near fore fetlocks, so be is easy to recognize, .loyner did not much fancy him today, as he is clearly backward, but had a little money aa for the beueni of the stable. The eoll ran very well indeed, and was only beaten a length and a half from the second, which was only jusi ranght on the post by the winner. It is to be s:ih| for rchiestow 11. however, that he ran given, ami Donoghne had to exercise great discretion and patience to get him there al all. Nevertheless. .b ners eoll is a good deal more backward iu condi Hon. The Lady Hamburg eoll has been dressed for thoroiighpin outside his near hock, ami that niav account far his backward condition. He should certainly be made n note of."

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