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Page [NA] of American turf / by John H. Davis. History of the thoroughbred, together with personal reminiscences by the author, who, in turn, has been jockey, trainer and owner.

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FASTEST TINE ON RECORD IN U. S. 1-47 mile BOB WADE, 4, Butte (Mont.), Aug. 20. I890o---------- 0:21 ATOKA, a, 1I5, Butte (Mont.), Aug. 23, I906 -----------0:33 4 31 fur. JUJ)GE TH OMAS, a, I34, Butte (Mont.), July 14, T902_ -- 0:40 1 mile GERALDINE, 4, I22, Morris P'k (str ht co'se), Aug. 30, I889 0:46 A BESSIE MACKLIN, 2, Ioo, Dallas (Tex.), Oct, 3, i899_--- 0:46 412 fur. TANYA, 2, 107, Morris Park (str'ht co'se), May 12, 1904_ 0:5I OLD ENGLAND, 2, Io8, Cal. J. C. (Oakland), Dec. j8, i90i 0:53 ,mile . MAID MARIAN, 4, iii, Mor. P'k (str'ht co'se), Oct. 9, I894 o:56V4 ,8 GEORGE F. SMITH, 4, Ioo, San Francisco (Cal. J. C.), March 7, I895 -------------------------------------0:59 1 flr. j PLATER, 2, 107, Morris Park (str'ht co'se), Oct. 21, 1902 1:02 5/12/ fl McGEE, 3, 105, Chicago (Harlem), Oct. 1, I903_--___ i- 1:05 I-5 Futurity Course (170 feet less than 9 mile). KINGSTON, a, 139, Sh'sh'd Bay (C. I. J. C.), June 22, I89I I:08 6 fur. ARrFUL, 2, i3o, Morris Park (str'ht co'se). Oct. I5, 1904 I:08 ROSEBEN, 4, '47, Belmont Park (L. 1.), Oct. 6, I905-- i:1 I LADY VERA, 2, 90, Belmont Park (L. I.), (str'ht co'se), 61 fur. Oct. 19, Iq06 -_____--__--_--___________-_________i:i6 3-5 OXFORD, 4, II8, Belmont Park (L. I.), Oct. I5, 19o6 --- - ':IS 7 fur. ROSEBFN, 5, 126, Belmont Park (L. 1.), Oct. I6, i90o6__ 1:22 7 fur. DAINTY, 4, I09, San Francisco (Oakland), Dec. 19, 1904_ 7:32 (SALVATOR, 4, rio, Monmouth Park, Aug. 28, I89) I (against time, straight course) -1:35 2 I mile - KILDEER, 4, 91, Monm'th P'k, Aug. 13, 1902 (str'ht co'se) ,:37k4 [ KIAMESHA, 3, 104, Belmont Park (L. I.), Oct. 9, I905-- 1:37 2 5 DICK WELLES, 3, 112, Chicago (Harlem), Aug. 14, 1903_ __ [ MACY, 4, 107, Chicago (Wash'ton P'k), July 2, I898 ___ IM. 20 yds MAID MARIAN, 4, Io6, Chicago (Washington Park), Im.20 yds. j July, 19, 1893 ___--____-_-____-_____-___________-I:40 I SIX SHOOTER, 5, IIr, Chi. (W'h'ton P'k), June 27, I903 ___ I m. 50 yds. HAVILAND, 6, 99, Chicago (W'h'ton P'k), July.7, '903 1:41 I-5 I m. 70 I JIMINEZ, 3, Iox, Chicago (Harlem), Sept. c, IgoI 1:42 u. 70 ys. DALVAY, 3, 96, Chicago (Harlem), Aug. 31, 1904 ---- _ _ I m. ioo yds. GRAND OPERA, 4, 77, Chicago (Harlem), Aug. 12, 1903_ 1:44 3-5 I I-x6mrn. ISRAELITE, 4, ]o0, Brighton Beach, Sept 25, 1905_--___ 1:44 3-5 GLASSFUL, 3, 0oi, Chicago (Wash'ton P'k), July 2, 1903 . ___ m.8 m BONNIBERT, 4, 120, Brighton Beach, July 30, I902-- __ _ :51 I 3-I6 m. SCINTILLANT II, 6, 109, Chicago (Harlem), Sept. I, 1902 I:57 2-5 1 V4 m 4 BANQUET, 3, Io8, Monm'th P'k (str'ht co'se), July 17, 1890 2:o3V4 14 m. BROOMSTICK, 3, 104, Brighton Beach, July 9, 1904 __ _ 2:02 4-5 x 5-i6 m. BEDOUIN, 3, i, Belmont Park (L. I.), Oct. 2, 1905 - 2:10 3-5 I m. 500 yds. SWIFC WING, 5, Ioo, Latonia (Ky.), July 8, I905 ---- 2:10 1-5 x93 miles IRISH LAD, 4, 126, Sheepsh'd Bay (C. I.), June 25, 1904 2:17 3-5 1 GOODRICI, 3, 102, Chicago (Wash'ton P'k), July i6, I898 2:30 1'8 AFRICANDER, 3,I126, Sheepshead Bay(C. I.), July 7, 7903 2:45 I-5 194 MAJOR DANGERFIELD, 4, 120, Morris Park, Oct. 3, 1903 2:57 I YS JULIUS CAESAR, 5, IO8, New Orleans (La.), Feb. 27,1900 3:19 2 J J1tDGF DENNY, 5, I0C, Cal. J. C.. Feb. 12, 1898 - 3:26 l TEN BROECK, 5, IIo, Louisville, May 29, 1877 (ag'st time) 3:27