Take Quarters at Belmont Park: Brownleigh Park Stables Horses for Flat Racing Embrace Nine Two-Year-Olds, Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-14


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, 1 , 1 B 1 TAKE QUARTERS AT BELMONT PARK. | Brawnleiqh Park Stables Horses for Flat ] Racinq Embrace Nine Two-Year-Olds. New York. Cehruaiy 13. The horses of the Brow | leigii Park Stable, which wintered at the farm near i Coslien, will be in quarters at Belmont Park by J Saturday. Trainer Claxou has taken a large stable ! near the home turn ar Belmont and expects to I apead the aeaaaa at the Qaaaaa eoarae, except for I the Saratoga ineetiiiir. Peed ami bedding have al- J ready been supplied for the horses and the cars J Ordered for immediate shipment. The Brownleigh Park Sialde, which originally j slnrted out for cross eoiini ry nieing, also took up tiat racing last year by the aavehaaa of the two- J year olds Sewell and Theyre Off, and the three- year old i:dna laekaaa. These three, with a number of well-trie l two-year-olds, will represent the . Stable on the flat the coming season. Trainer Claxou is much im[ resseil with Theyre off. arUeh he aaya, has ajraara ami apread into a handsome three-year-old. theyre Off showed plenty af speed in his raeca lar season and has all the earmarks of making a high -class sprinter. He will he trained with this idea in view. Sewell will possibly prove the star performer of the Older division. At times last acaana he showed brilliant form, notably in the Creat Pastern Handicap, where, with a slight pull in the weights, he won easily from some of the seasons racks. Later on he gave weight to some pretty fair sprinters of the older division and beat them. There is no reason why he should not stay, and as he has shown splendid development during his months af | idleness he may be expected to rare With great credit. Idna Jackson has wintered well and should hold her own in the spriining dlristOB, though there la little reason to hulieve that she will ever enjoy the reputation si a sprinter which her full brother. Sellable, enjoyed. The yooagaten are said to be a siiioolh-looking lot. and arc bred well enough to warrant the belief tli.it the] will at least be useful. If no real crack should be developed among them. They are: King Sid. b. 1. by Toddfagton — Abilene. Tender and True, b. t. by Sir Dixon -Purity. Goahea Mar. eh. e, by Goldfinch Patagonia II. Goshen chief, b. c by The Creek -Mias Beliada. Benediction, b. e, by Veracity St. Benedicta. Brn er Girl, b. 1. by Sailor Lad IC.it 1 Tu. Caesars Wife. ch. f. bj Ceaarioa Miss Thomas. Home TlTBth II.. b. I, by Vernrity SqnabMe. King Cobalt, b. or br. c by Ceaarioa Bstelle Whitney. The firsl faat in this 1 1 — -1 are said to be especially promising, so far as appearances gm. I hey are liberally engaged in the twovearold events which closed Jaaaarj Z. King S d. Goahea Chief and King Cobalt hold liabilities in the rich great Trial Stake-, among others. There is a half mile track at the farm, but little in the way af training has been done. Trainer Claxon is not going to lake a chance at speeding his aorsea around the sharp turns. They ate in good winter condition, however, and will lie ready for stiff work when the weather will permit.

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