Sweet Liberty a Reported Fast One, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-12


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SWEET LIBERTY A REPORTED FAST ONE NEW ORLEANS, La., January 11. Knebelkamp and Howerton of Louisville, whose horses raced most successfully at Jefferson Park, have four two-year-olds that they believe will help materially to swell their stables earnings at the Fair Grounds before tlie season has advanced far. Dandy Van, a colt by Charles Edward Rushwater, has already shown to good advantage, while the others give promise of breaking into the winning column at an early date. The best of those that have not yet faced the barrier in a race is Sweet LIlerty, a brown filly by Plaudit Looking Glass, which lias shown fine speed in her trials and is conceded to be one of tlie fleetest youngsters at .the track. Tlie others are Marvin May, by MeGec, and Peccant, a colt by Trap Rock.

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