with the brain of a man, is recognized by press and
public to be the most intelligent of the equine family.
He was born in Oregon, Ill., April 15, 1908; is standard
bred, with a racing mark of 2:16 at two years of age.
He is one of the Sydna Dillon family, and when but a
colt displayed unusual intelligence, and, with a
five-year schooling, he has become one of of the wonders
of the world. He was the feature attraction of the
Panama International Exposition, at San Francisco,
Calif., in 1915, and his gross receipts for ten months
were eighty-five thousand dollars. He was also the
feature attraction of the San Diego, Calif., Exposition
in 1916. Since then he has been the feature
attraction of various enterprises throughout the
country. This season he is the feature attraction
of the Johnny J. Jones Exposition. Some of his
accomplishments are Playing on Musical Instruments,
Operating a Cash Register, Matching Colors, Solving
Mathematical Problems, and giving a most unusual test in
mental Telepathy while blindfolded. The only act
of its kind in the world. Captain W. A. Sigsbee,
owner and trainer.
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