Clipped From The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
entered a horse in selling races from that time forth. This man of national reputation Is no longer connected with the turf as an owner, although he plays a dominant part in it. but in another way. Feeling that the conditions no longer existed whereby lie was to keep his hands off the Hildreth horses, Gideon has resumed the pleasant job of "boosting" tho Hildreth nags whenever they are entered in selling races below their values. It may be said in passing that the dav following trie one when be bought Doniiniijuo for $;i 500 Gideon resold the son of Peter (jiiince to the Allies Stable for $11,-Uo So "la revanche" of Gideon netted him $1,500 profit. - This sustains the old adage that revenge is sweet.