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Page 153 of "Cherry and black" : the career of Mr. Pierre Lorillard on the turf / by W.S. Vosburgh.

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"CHERRY AND BLACK" Ganymede of his own breeding, took the field, adding a colt called The Chamberlain. They won several races, but the only conspicuous ones were with David Gar- rick, who won the Reapers, and finally DWid Garnck the Annual Champion Stakes of i900, Champin Stakes beating Ethelbert and others at 2Y4 miles. The race was worth I9,650, and the stable's winnings at the Coney Island autumn meeting amounted to 24,480. David Garrick was intended for a high-class horse, but he had a temper of his own, and was an almost impossible horse at the post. However, he had shown enough form to make Mr. Lorillard think seriously of his chance for the Ascot Gold Cup. He had won the Derby, the St. Leger, the Middle Park Plate, and now he yearned for a conquest of this great after-test of Derby and St. Leger winners, which Garrick and, Danny Maher only Isinglass and Persimmon had ac- Sail for England complished within twenty years previ- ous. He had tried David Garrick and proved him a stayer, and that was the needed quality. Accordingly, David Garrick was shipped to Blackwell in England, and Danny Maher, his jockey, accom- panied him, arriving at Newmarket in October, i900. David Garrick wintered well, and with the top- weight, 122 lbs., started for the City and Suburban at Epsom April 27, i90i, with io to i against him in the betting. Maher rode him, but he was unplaced, the E 1531