Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1902-02-19


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF August Belmont has entered upon an experiment which may sooner or later result in the abandon ¬ ment of Long Island as a place for wintering race horses by all wealthy owners He has built a mile track with a comfortable set of stables at Garnet S C and moved his entire string there from Baby ¬ lon Among the horses transferred were the Hast ¬ ings colts Masterman and Leonid the speedy filly Amicitia and a number of twoyearolds bred at the1 Nursery Stud StudMasterman Masterman is Mr Belmonts most promising threeyearold and Amicitia if she should take a growing streak is apt to develop into a first rate threeyearold filly She won several valuable filly stakes last spring in the very best eastern company and showed speed of a high order Not one of these horses will start north again until the beginning of the Washington Jockey Clubs spring session at Bonnings which will inaugurate the Jockey Clubs racing season for 1902 Mr Belmonts object in shipping south was to take advantage of the early southern spring and get his horses in condition for the Washington and Westchester spring sessions especially the latter Mr Belmont has felt ever OONTINUBD ON FOUBTH PAGE A GOSSIP OF THE TUKF J Continued from First Page since he took over the management of the West sheBter Eacing Association and the Washington Jockey Clubs affairs that it was his duty to put iis best foot forward at Bennings and Morris Park bnt he has been unable to do it effectually The Ciong Island climate is against the early develop ¬ ment of race horses Up to the middle of May there are two many sudden changes Daily America A number of jockeys sailed for France yesterday in the Kaiser Wilhelm Milton Henry headed the arty He is under engagement to ride for the Ipthschild stable Patsy Freeman Burt Knapp Lrcbie Mclntyre and Vandusen also left on the ame boat Jimmy Michael the bicycle rider sailed nth the crowd and will ride horses in future for harron Debray Henry says that Michael can iutride many of the jockeys in France and ought to 8 a success over there Henry Spencer who will idefor the Keenes in England this year said the ther day that he would be able to ride much lighter than a year ago He said that in the Turkish bath last week he weighed under 112 pounds ihd never felt better in his life Spencer it is reely predicted will make a great hit on the other ide for there is no better jockey in the profession ban the iceman when he wants to ride fTarbolton b h 8 by Ayrshire Radiancy one of he stallions that Mr J N Camden Jr purchased a England to take the place of the dead Esher has rrived at Hartland Stud Versailles Ky The drse sustained a flesh wound on the head from the itching of the vessel on the voyage from Liverpool attheinjury is not at all serious Mr Camden ought Tarbolton from the Russian Prince Solty off The other stallion he bought in England lazagan arrived at Versailles two weeks ago TUiIesFinlen owns several of the first of the get of 7 C Whitneys 60000 stallion Hamburg He pur based them as yearlings last spring at the Marcus aly sale The youngsters have developed into fine m yearolds and may reward Mr Finlen hand imely He has named them as follows Cologne 1 c by Hamburg Cockernony Velvo br c by amburg Dartaway Unterock ch f by Hamburg Petticoat Mamari ch f by Hamburg Miserere heyare being trained by William Hueston and eve shown some fast trials

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