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Buliman Is Criticised
His Finish on the
Hastings Colt
Suburban Winner Defeats Advance
Guard by Half a Length in Hard
Drive Madden Gets 5000 of Stake
Money Great Crowd Present
NEW YORK Juno ZS August Bel
monts two- ear old colt Mizzen who
1- his victories In the Juvenile National
Stallion and Eclipse Stakes had earned
tho title of premier youngster of the
year was conquered in the 520000 Great
Trial Stakes at Sheepshead Bay this af
ftcrnoon by Irish Lad owned by Harry
Payne Whitney and Herman B Duryea
It was a magnificent race from start to
finish and drew to the post the pick of
the two-year-olds
Twenty thousand persons saw It and
as Irish Lad came back to the scales tri
umphant and the band struck up The
Wearing of the Green there was a tu
mult of applause Irish Lads success
was chiefly due to a superb ride by
Nash Turner who showed all of his old
time skill
Messrs Whitney and Duryea pur
chased Irish Lad a couple of weeks ago
from John E JIadden for 17o00 Mad
den bought him as a yearling at the
Haggln sale last year for 52500 and by
the terms of an agreement he received
5000 as his share of todays prize Fur
ther than this In the event of Irish Lad
winning the Tuturity Madden will
get 30 per cent of the stake
Buliman Overconfident
Mizzen because of past victories took
up a seven pound penalty thereby con
ceding that amount of weight to Irish
Lad Some fault was found with the
riding of Mr Belmonts regular Jockey
Buliman who it Is charged was over
confident and allowed the winner to
steal up at a time when Mizzen should
have been under a hard drive But
whether that was the case cr not there
is no gainsaying the fact that Irish Lad
showed all the qualities of a fine race
horse and won handsomely for his young
On public form Mizzen looked to have
the race at his mercy It was pointed
out that his three previous races were
won with consummate ease and that no
two-year-old had shown convincing abil
ity to beat him The colt was a hot
favorite at C to 5 and carried a for
tune at these figures Golden Maxim
was the second cholco at nves while
Prediction and Whitechapel from the
Kecne Stable were backed down from
tens to sixes Irish Lad and Astarlta
were allowed to recede to twehes while
IB to 1 was the price against the Mex
ican and Martle Lewis
Twelve youngsters went to the post
and Mizzen on looks outclassed the
others so much that he was received
with a ripple of applause With Hash
ing colors tbey Jogged to the post
while the crowd thronged the stands and
crowded against the rail in such a com
pact mass that those in tho rear ranks
could see but little
Hurstbourne had the rail Across tho
track from him were aligned Astarlta
AVhorler Whltcchapel Irish Lad Pre
diction Charles Elwood Martle Lewis
Artvls Golden Maxim Mizzen and Mex
ican in the order named Starter Fitz
gerald experienced little trouble with
the field and after a short delay he
sprung the barrier to a fine start
Mizzen Takes Lead
In the cloud of dust that arose in
stantly the crowd could discern lit
tle except the bobbing colors and a gen
eral rush forward But through powcr
tl glasses It was seen Mizzen bad hur
ried away at lightning speed and at the
end of the first n 1niiir i
slight advantage over Hurstbourne with
Golden Maxim Irish Lad Charles El
wood Mexican and Martle Low Is strung
wu3 iu iracK ime a troop 01 cavalry
Down past the bond of the track the
racers hwept in majestic fashion Whtn
straightened out Mizzen had two lengths
the best of it with the others bunched
and half of the Jockcs working their
whips lke flails It was then that Bull
man was seen to be sitting still anpar
emly confident that Mizzen could not
be beat en
At the last sixteenth Irish Lad car
rying the appropriate colors green
white bars on sIccveH ruehed up on the
me most tnreatenlng manner
With whip and spurs Turner was put
log up the ride of his life
Irish Lad Creeps Up
Under this grueling persuasion Irish
Lad Increased his speed ami before
Buliman realized it he was on even
terms with Mlzrcn Even then Buliman
still confident of success did not resort
to hd whip but began to ride Mizzen
with hand and heel
Irish Lad had se
cure 1 a Iiad of a neck when liullman
dr w his whip Mizzen rcf ponded to
pu Ishment but with equal gameness
Irl h I il struggled on while the crowd
rrrrd and Irish Lad fhot past tho
Ju lg s victorious by half a length
Mlzzn was a length and a half In
fr t of Martic Lewis who further con
vinced the turf sharps that she comes
pretty near being the best filly of the
yr yet seen She had to be hard
driven however to beat Golden Maxim
by a neck It wns said that Irish Lads
owners had a big commission down In
be ring They have won many thou
rands of dollars since they made their
Gold Heels in Drive
Gold Heels the Suburban winner was
tu hfUy thought cf In the Advance
Elatcs at s mile and a half weight for
First race Handicap hurdle for four-year-olds
and upward Semper Ira 117
Xeponset 15G Big Gun Io0 leerlon
149 Herculean 134 Teroclous 130
Hardy C 142 Glen Varlock 133 Top
mast 13i Seminole 133
Scccnd race For two-year-olds five
and one half turlongs Jack oLantrrn
Buttons Decoration Col Tyler Clnriou
115 St Judc 112 Attorney Rightful
President Spring Silk Hist 115
Third race Six furlongs Fire Es
cape 103 Mint Bed 10C Mac Ana 10S
Tllrtlneer 106 Major Daniels 10S
Maru 103 Blzcrta Sweet Clover 103
The Mower 10S Clipper 105 Cigar
10S Lady Radnor Pearl Finder 100
Worry 103 Axis 106 Gibson Light
age that he was made a prohibitive fa
oritc at 1 to 3 Advance Guard and
Goldsmith who was an added starter
were the only ones to meet Gold Heels
The favorite went to the front with a
rattling pace Coming past the grand
stand Gold Heels was a length In front
of Advance Guard with Goldsmith trail
ing behind Going up the backstrctch
Gold Heels never faltered Both Ad
vance Guard and Goldsmith however
moved up to him at the beginning of the
far turn but after that Gold Heels drew
away rather easily In the stretch Shaw
made his run with Advance Guard and
he was soon at Gold Heels saddle girth
As Advance Guard continued to Increase
his speed Odom was compelled to ride
Gold Heels with his hands right up to
the wne where ho won by a half a
length In 233 a record for the race at
the distance and but 1 second behind
Watcrcolors record for the track made
last September Goldsmith eased up
was twelve lengths back
Sheepshead Bay Results
First race Selling two-year-olds five
furlongs Wartc Nlchi 100 Wonder
ly 7 to 1 won Right and True 03
Martin 4 to 1 second Joe Cobb 102
Redfern 3 to 1 third Time 107 3 3
Hackcnsack Dr Saylor Minotaur
Saperc Kittanning Hero Soothsayer
Bobbinet Luctatlcn Kickshaw Wltful
Dark Tlanet Mount Hope Baron Knight
Turnpike and Byronerdale also ran
Second race High Weight Handicap
three year5oIds and upward six fur
longs Operator 110 OConnor even
won Highlander 126 Odom 2 to 1
second Wealth 112 Wonderly 2 to
1 third Time 114
Paul Creyton Ben Howard Fair
Knight Sedition and Chiron also ran
Third race The Grant trial two-year-olds
six furlongs Irish Lad 122
Turner 13 to 1 won Mizzen 120
Buliman even second Martin Lewis
11 Odom 10 to 1 third Time 114
Astarlta Charles Elwood Prediction
White Chapel Golden Maxim Mexican
Whorlcr and Artvls also ran
Fourth race The Advance three-year-olds
and upward mile and one
half Gold Heels 126 Odom 1 to 3
won Advance Guard 129 Shaw 3 to
1 second Goldsmith 109 Cochran 10
to 1 third Time 233
Fifth race The Beacon Steeplechase
four-year-olds and upward two miles
and one half George Jenkins 147
Ray 3 to 2 won Rowdy 137 Barry
3 to 2 second Rising Sun 142 Stew
art 30 to 1 third Time 512
AdJIdanmo Hark Forward Somerset
and Clasher also ran
Sixth race Selling
and upward mile and one sixteenth
Numeral 94 Roisen S to 1 won Jack
Dcmund 9C Martin 4 to 1 second
Alack 92 Creamer 8 to I third
Time 149 3 3
Courtenay Justice Grail Congor
Alard Scheck Prince Richard Moranda
Carrier Pigeon and Tchula also ran
Three First Choices Successful at Fort
Erie Track
BUFFALO N Y Juno 2S Three fa
voritts were successful at Fort Erie
this afternoon the other events going
to second choice Weather clear track
fast Summaries
First race For three-year-olds and
upward belling seven furlongs Axares
J Moore 5 to 1 won Colonel Ander
son J Daly 6 to 1 second Ringleader
Alley 8 to 1 third Time 12S
Second race For two-year-olds five
furlongs Not Wisely H Wilson 3
to 1 won Onyx McCluskey 4 to 1
second Jokko Dangraan 6 to 1 third
Time 103
Third race For three-year-olds and
upward six furlongs Young Henry
Wainw right even won Preraus
Minder 7 to 1 second Clarlta lie
Inerney third Time 113
Tourth race For three-year-olds and
upward handicap one mile Wire In
J T Woods 5 to 1 won Frank Mc
Kee J Daly 7 to 2 second Huntressa
Lowe third Time 14054
Fifth race For three-year-olds and
upward one and one sixteenth miles
Senator Beverldgo Gormley 3 to 1
won Dubious Walnwrlght 4 to 1 sec
ond Lady of the West Alley third
Time 1M71
Sixth race ror three-year-olds and
upward selling seven furlongs Drum
mond Mclnerncy 4 to G won Maria
Balton J Boland 4 to 1 second Fili
buster Adams third Time 12
S C Hildreths An
nexes the Oakwood Handicap
dreths good colt Aladdin captured the
Oakwood Handicap at Washington Park
this afternoon beating Six Shooter and
Rose Tree It was a good race and the
best horse won The good
Dick Welles favorite In the second race
had little difficulty In defcntlng Topsoll
and Linguist Old Teat placed another
race to his credit In the last with the
good price of 7 to 2 quoted against him
First race One mile and twenty yards
Corrlgan Ransch 9 to 5 won Vulcaln
Coburn out second Talpa
son third Time 1 49
Second race rivo elghths of a mile
Dick Welles T Knight 1 to 3 won
Topsoll Coburn 3 to 1 second Lin
guist Ransch third Time 104 3 6
Third race One and one eighth miles
Aladdin Coburn 4 to 1 won Six Shoot
er T Knight C to 5 place second
Rose Tree T Dean third Time
202 3 5
Fourth race One mile and one-six-1
Whitney Duryeas Re
cent Purchase Wins the
Rich Great Trial
Sheepshead Bay Entries
10S Ohio Girl 101 Blanche Herman
105 Ghcst Knapsack 10S Sedition 106
Van Ness 10S Jean Wocd 10C Hebron
Fourth race Six furlongs Short
Hose 122 Hurst Park 117 Mary Street
US Africander 123 Whorlcr Drop o
Rye 117
Fifth race One mile Pert Rojal 105
rrctorious 103 Cunard 07 Himself
90 Kilogram 102 Sister Juliet 05
Mornlngslde 110 Belle of Troy 106
Fraicesro 93 Keynote Grand Opera MO
Sixth rare One and one half nlles
Cougar 1C1 Philippine 1C4 Alsike r
Surmise 106 San Andres So Adelaide
Prince 04 Talalist 07 Bessie McCar
thy S4
teenth Star Cotton J Baker 20 to 1
won Ed Adack W Waldo 7 to 10
second Marion Lynch T Dean third
Time 156
Tlfth race Three fourths of a mil-
Stuvvc Beauchamp 7 to 2 won Hero
dlade Coburn 4 to 5 becond Geyser
Lvnc third Time 119 3 3
Sixth race One and one sixteenth
miles Peat Prior 7 to 2 won Satin
Coat T Dean 8 to 5 second Cherished
Meade third Time 136 3 3
Washington Park Entries
CHICAGO June 23 Entries for Mon
days races
First race rive and one half fur
longs Sidney C Love Glendon 112
Gold Bell Lendln 103 Rosanco Slg
mund 103 Will Shelley Gallant Smith
Pericles Topsoll Mlrance Bernays Pa
geant 102
Second race Six furlongs selling If
You Dare 117 Brigade 113 Bard
Burns 113 Semicolon dales Vla
cennes 112 M Tarpey Conundrum
110 LEtlenne 10S Traverse 107 Rag
Tag Lovable 103 Lady Bramble 103
Pyrrho 102 Memnon 101
Third race Mile and seventy yards
Constellntor 113 Articulate 114 Vul
caln 113 Wcllesley 10C Semper Vigi
lans 103 Benckart 103 Martin
Burke 91
Fourth race Five furlongs Eva Rus
sell Josette 115 Lady Matchless
Rhetta 107 Tlocarllne Beach Girl
Belle Graham 103
Fifth race One mile Last Knight
112 South Trimble Hunter Raine
Bragg Little Scout 107 La Criniae
Hoodwink 102
Sixth race One and one quarter
miles selling Precursor Marshal Nell
110 Peat 109 Brutal Tammany Chief
107 Satin Coat 105 Miss Liza John
McGurk Sardonic 103 Compass 101
DIgby Bell 92 Ravensbury 91 Trent
bam 90
Failure to Return to Good Ground Due
to Attorneys Influence Brother Glad
That Crisis in the Long Island Mys
tery Has Come
NORTHPORT L I June 2S Rowland
Miles Louis Dlsbrows lawyer when ho
learned today that the Suffolk county
authorities had Issued a warrant for Dls
brows arrest In connection with the
drowning In TIana Bay at Good Ground
of Clarence Foster and Sarah A Law
rence said that DIsbrow would be pro
duced at any time the district attorney
wanted him
I have Just called up District At
torney Smiths house on the telephone
said Mr Miles and left a message for
him requesting him to notify me when
and where he wants DIsbrow I do not
know exactly what the warrant charges
but whatever the charge DIsbrow Is pre
pared to meet it
Disbrow Is Ready
Do you think it is the Intention of
the authorities to arrest DIsbrow if they
can find him without giving him a
chance to appear voluntarily at the
hiarlng Lawyer Miles was asked
I do not know what the authorities
intend to do but DIsbrow la ready when
they havo any charge to make aialnst
Where Is Dlfbrow at present
1 havo reasons of my own for not
making public the name of the place
where DIsbrow Is staving It Is suf
ficient to say that I know where he Is
and that he can be produced when he Is
wanted There Is not the slightest dan
ger that any dlrert connection with the
drowning of these two people can be
laid at Dlsbrows door We have no fear
whatever of any evidence that the de
tectives can gather In Good Ground if
they remain there for n year
Took Lawyers Advice
Would havo gone to Good
Ground to face the authorities had you
not toll him to stay away
I do not know- what Disbrow would
have done If left to himself My advko
was not to go near the place unless they
made some sort of a charge against him
Now It appears they have mado the
charge and Is ready to meet It
though Lawyer Miles has refused to
divulge Dlsbrows whereabouts It is
generally understood here that he is
staying somewhere In Connecticut In the
house of a relative of Mr Miles and
that his lawyer communicates with him
frequently by telephone DIsbrow It is
expected will nppear either In Good
Ground or Southampton before Monday
next and then his connection with the
Foster Law renco drowning mystery will
be told by himself for the first time
Rain at the Fair Grounds Makes the
Day Unpleasant
ST LOUIS Mo June 2S The weather
at the fair grounds this afternoon was
bad for racing It rained most of the
time and the track was very heavy The
Country Club Steeplechase the feature
of the sport was captured by Very
Light favorite In tho betting- There
were only four starters Only one favor
ite won Summaries
First race Three fourths of a mile
Ed layson ONeill 3 to 1 won Fore
and Aft Walsh 1 to 2 second Model
Monarch Bell third Time 11S
Second race Three fourths of a mile
Ljnch ONeill G to 1 won Flop Ilat
tlste I to 1 second Trau r Golden
third Time U1SM
Third race One mile and seventy
yards Menace T Walsh 9 to 2 won
Mr Pomcroy Hope S to 1 second Ida
Penzance ONeill third Time
Fourth race Steeplechase two miles
Very Light Dupee 2 to 1 won Terra
Incognita Eggleson 3 to 3 seconl
Kid McCoy McLaughlin third Tim
Fifth race Ono and one sixteenth
miles Salve Bell 8 to 1 won Wax
Taper Battiste 7 to 5 second Buc
cleuth ONeill third Time 132
Sixth race One and three eighths
miles W B Gates Battiste 7 to 5
won Audlphono Bell 7 to 10 second
Wallabout J OConnor third Time
Seventh race Seven furlongs Tlck
ful T Walsh 8 to 3 won Sweet Dream
ONeill 4 to 1 second Pharaoh R
Murphy 3 to 1 third Time 132
St Louis Entries
ST LOUIS June 28 Entries for Mon
days races
First race Three quarters of a mile
Succasunna 93 Top Lady Lady Avon
100 Sly Maid 104 Lulu Flight 100
Cbamlnade 101 Trauer 100 Duela
104 Has Gift Ollie 104 Miss Dora
100 Maggie lopton 108
Scccnd race Mile and seventy yards
Craven 106 Taxes 100 Marcy 106 Dan
Cupid 109 Don Luis Will Fay Master
ful Royster 106 Florrle S 93 Orlan
dine 104 Precisely 100
Third race Five and one half fur
longs Little Grant 92 E Layson 107
Flash of Mint 100 MoCel Monarch
103 Kappy Chappy 1C0 HtUn Hay 90
Robert G Lansing 103 Tlora Levy 90
Fourth race One mile Vulcan 116
Helen Print 90 Found 100 Loves La
bor 98 Little Arrow S7 Prosper La
Gal 101 Wax Taper 93 Jordan 104
Oudenarde 95 Peaceful 113
Fifth race Seven eighths of a mile
Sea Rover Hermosa 103 Aureale 102
Stall 102 Federalist Censor 107 Ben
gal 104 Tom Collins 103
Sixth race Mile and three sixteenths
Blgcr 101 El Caney Ill Fuclna 108
Potheen 98 Wall 104 Saragamp 94
Swordsman 106 Gray Forge Igni3 105
Counsel States That He
Is Prepared to Appear
When Wanted
J Sheridan Wells the sheriff of Suffolk
county is now supposed to be searching
for DIsbrow to serve the warrant
Glad of the Change
Gilbert P DIsbrow brother of the man
for whom the warrant was Issued at
Good Ground yesterday afternoon said
today that Louis Disbrow Is not at Rich
mond Hill
Thero Is no occasion for anyone
whether they represent the authorities
or not watching this house he added
my brother Is not here and the only
purpose that can be served by persons
watching the house Is to annoy the
family My mother Is now very ill as
a consequence of the notoriety the
family has obtained She has read most
of the newspaper accounts of the affair
but sho does not believe that her son
had an thing to do with the death of
cither Foster or the girl For my own
part I am glad this thing Is coming
to a crisis
Young Couple Have an Exciting Adven
ture on Cookstove One of the
Colorado Peaks
Clinging to a narrow rock shelf
Cookstove Mountain hungry
suffering from cold and facing the prob
ability that they might never be discov
ered or rescued Sam Lower of Tipton
Iowa and Miss Goldle Hutchins of Tip
pecanoe City Iowa lived through
eighteen hours of terrible distress
Their slender footing might once have
been an eagles eyrie It Is 12000 feet
above sea level and 2000 feet above
human habitation Goidie Hutchins Is a
mere slip of a girl seventeen years old
and weighs only luO pounds She fell In
love with the peaks and demanded to
scale them
Her bi other was too busy to accom
pany her so Mr Lower volunteered to
act as her escort Cook3tovc Mountain
was selected as the peak When the
mountain was reached 100 feet of stone
rose abruptly before them Forty feet
up a shelf two by four feet afforded a
resting place to the daring climbers
When they wished to descend they
found that they could not reach the
points which aided their ascent and It
was forty feet to the nearest landing be
low Thus they were Imprisoned for
eighteen hours
A searching party was sent out for the
couple Thu searchers were guided by
Ixivers voice He explilned the posi
tion they were In and asked that a rope
bo lowered to them None had been
brought and a return to camp was nec
essary Tliis took several hours
When the rope was procured food and
water were lowered to the young people
nnd after they had besn refreshed suf
ficiently to stand the strain another
rope wns sent down which Lower fastened-around
the girls waist She was
drnwn to the top of tho peak after
wnicn the rope vas sent down again and
her companion scaled the heights fall
ing senseless at tne feet of his
Fourth of July Rates
Tlie SoulliPrn Railway iiinounri rv 1
urilblon rates between Jll joint on IU Iini i
aecount Fourth of July Ticket en j Jul
3 and I flnal limit Julj s IM
Domino Heads List With
More Than 200000
Won in Stakes
Ths Belmont Two-Year-Old Mizzen
Promises to Be One of Immortal
Fifty Record of the Famous Brown
Whirlwind Kingston
The victories of the great Belmont
two-year-old Mizzen in the rich Juve
nile events of tho present season prom
ise to land the Hastings colt among the
greatest winners of the Amerlcen turf
Many turfmen are beginning to wonder
It thi3 Is a Domino year Thq great
black colt was Invincible in his year
and so far this season Mizzen Is the only
one of the that has shown
really high class Mizzen may not be a
Domino but he Is the only youngster
that has done everything asked of him
So far the Belmont colt has won more
than 523000 in stakes 2nd with the
prospect of capturing some of the other
rich events in which he is entered the
horse promises to become one of the
largest winners of the turf
Domino Greatest Winner
Domino although he started only
twenty five times was the greatest win
ner on tho American turf Out of the
twenty five starts the black colt won
nineteen races ran second twice and
third once being unplaced only three
times He won In money the big sum of
5203200 Were bis earnings as a sire
added to this amount they would bring
the horses winnings up to nearly
000000 Domino was unquestionably the
most valuable piece iOf horseflesh ever
foaled In this country
There have been other valuable horses
however Marcus Dalys Tammany won
a great deal of money considering the
number of times he started He faced
the starter only fourteen times yet he
won nine races ran second once and
third once being unplaced the same
cumber of times that Domino was Tam
manys earnings aggregated 5117310
Salvators Earnings
The gallant Salvator allnough he
raced urtll he was five years old start
ed but nineteen times winning sixteen
of his races securing the place once and
third once In his four-year-old form
Salvator was unbeaten nnd as a two-year-old
he was a remarkable colt
Proctor Knott beat him by a head In the
Futurity and again the following year In
the Realization Yet Salvator won in
stakes 5120120
Another Belmont colt that achieved
famous turf victories was the St Blaise
Susquehanna colt Potomac The colt
won eleven races out of twenty starts
and was second four times and third
twice Among his victories were the
ruturlty as a two-year-old and the Re
alization as a three-year-old the lat
ter race being won In a hard drive
When Potomac pulled up It was found
he was s uffcrtag with a split hoof
and had run the latter part of the race
In that condition Potomacs winnings
on tho turf amounted to 5118660
Whitneys First Colt
Mr Whitneys first great two-year-
old Jean Bemud was another good
winner Tho colt went to the post sev
enteen times winning ten races and fin
ishing second twice earning In money
5SS1S7 Jean Berauds sire His Highness
went to the post twenty two times and
won thirteen races finishing second five
times and being unplaced four times
His winnings amounted to 5U5C22
The i uturity winner Requital was
alO a money earning colt Requital
started but sixteen times winning ten
of his starts being second three times
and finishing third once his total earn
ings reaching 587223
Seven of the Futurity winners are
numbered among the fifty greatest win
ners of the American turf they being
uomino roiomac His Highness Re
quital Morello Proctor Knott and
Chaos It v III be seen therefore that
the winner of the Futurity 3 ccnerallv
the best money earner of his age Miz
zen is entered In the Tuturity and If
he should place that race to his credit
he will have a great record as a two-year-old
The Brown Whirlwind
With the exception of Salvator the
horses already mentioned have made
their greatest winnings ns two-year-olds
Among the other horses Included
In the fifty greatest winners are a num
ber that raced until they were aged
The greatest cf these was the brown
wmriwinu Kingston the noble son of
spendthrift and Kcpanga who raced nn
til he was eight ears old In the colurs
01 me invj er Drotners
Kingston started in all 133 times win
ning 89 of his starts being second 33
times and third 12 times He nc nut
of the money only four times during
111s six j ears of the turf Surely a
great record and one that has never
been equaled in this country Kingston
could run any distance from five fur
longs up to a mile and a quarter and he
beat every horse that was worth beat
ing It has been remarked by good
juuges mat Kingston was the best horse
ever foaled In this country His tofil
winnings amounted to 5142362 and he
Is second on the list of greatest win
Third en the list Is the gome and
honest little Sir Walter winner of
36 race3 out of 92 starts Tho Midlo
thian horse was second 18 times and
third 17 timc3 His total winnings wcro
Old Bones a Good One
Joo Ullmans good gelding Raceland
afterwards sold to Augu3t Belmont and
later to the Dwyers comes fourth Old
Bones faced the flag 129 tlms nnd fin
ished first 70 times second 26 times and
third 1C times He won In money 5121-
920 Another of the Dwjer horses Han
over Is the fifth on the list This great
son 0 Hindoo started 50 times and got
to the wire In front 32 times being sec
ond 13 times and third 3 times He was
unplaced only twice In his four years
on the turf His winnings as a racer
amounted to 5121732 As a sire Han
over however made perhaps his great
est success for he has been the father
of more great racers than any other
horse ever foaled In America
Miss Woodford another Dwycr horse
holds the position of honor among the
gentler sex of turf performers This
gallant mare went to the post forty-
eight times and won thirty seven races
being second seven times and third
twice and out of the meney but twice
Her total winnings were 5US970
Morello a Bargain
Probably the greatest bargain ever
secured In the way of a racer was
Morello This horse was sold as a year
ling for 5100 Afterward he was sold
for 55000 Morello started thirty one
times in his brief career on the turf
and won twenty four races being placed
In five others
Included In the list of fifty are such
great horses as Tenny Strathmeatb
Banquet Flrcnzl Dobbins Tournament
Yo Tamblen Imp Lamplighter The
Bard Russell Parole Longstrcet
Badge Emperor of Norfolk Ethelbert
Henry of Navarre Hindoo Ben Brush
Clifford and Hamburg
Little Badge holds the record of hav
ing started the greatest number of
times the little horse having run In 165
races of which he won sixty eight fin
ishing second forty eight times and
third twenty five times with a total
sum of 5745S5 to hl3 credit Badge also
was a pretty good bargain as the horse
was bought as a yearling lor a small
sum his owncY giving as an excuse for
purchasing him that he could get a
badge to the race course as his owner
whence the little horse got his name
Imp a Campaigner
Imp is a close second to Badge in the
matter of races run The great mare
faced the flag 133 times finishing first
sixty times cccnd thirty three times
and third twenty seven times She won
In money 5C8319 Banquet another
Dwycr horse a gelding was a great
campaigner He started 155 times In
America and then went to England
where he won several races It is said
he is now pulling a nightllner In Lon
don Banquet won sixty two races was
second thirty two times and third twen
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any extent His brothers and half
brothers and sisters however kept up
the reputation of the family for among
then were Emperor of Norfolk Rey del
Rey and Yo Tambien all of which are
among Americas greatest turf winners
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