George Odoms Young Charges., Daily Racing Form, 1916-06-08


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GEORGE ODOMS YOUNG CHARGES. New York, June 7. — Napoleon, a two-year-old chestnut son of Clorifier and Sally Washington, in George Moms stable, is showing improvement. He was fired for carta during the winter. The good three-year-old filly Sprint, by Rock Sand, has been coughing for some time, and as a consequence was let up on her work. She is now rounding to. Whitney Belle is just recovering from tacked shins as Well as from a troublesome cough. George Smith, the owner of the I.rightoii Stable, regards this daughter of Ogden and Beatrice K. as the star of his two-year-olds and rates the bay colt Ed Garrison, by Ogden out of Country Fraud, as the second liest. The two imported two-year-olds which Mr. Smith lx.ught at the Mackay sale are now looking well, but" Flotsam, by Meddler out of Floiarline. has clearly overtaken and passed his stablemate Sargon. by Inelt — BeSBJraaata II., and is now a youngster of enormous size and substance as well as impressive appearance.

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