Accountant Is In Fine Fettle.: Will Surely Hold His Own in the Handicap Division--Good Ones Getting Ready., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-07


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* I a 1 I ! I » ,, j j j , , j , . ; | , ] j , , I I I , I r i j I 1 » , , t ACCOUNTANT IS IN FINE FETTLE. Will Surely Hold His Own in the Handicap Division — Good Ones Getting Ready. New York May d.— Trainer Matt Allen, while not exactly taciturn, is not given to lre.pient speech about his horses, so his -thats good" alter Ac- countants gallop of I mile and an eighth la 1:58 morning or two ago at Qraveeead I world of meaning to those in so resolute and coir Vlnrlng a manner that it is certain that he will hold his own in the handicap divlsioa this season Fountainblue. too. is doing some line work these dais It is evident that Allen la pointing him for an early engagement at Belmont Park and it is predicted by the work watcher* that he will be knocking at the money the first time out. Running Water is lieing given a slow and careful preparation and will probably not slart within a fortnight. The OW campaigner. Ostrich, is about ready far a race. Red Friar will race well shortly. Kiaiiieslia is getting her work slowly at Sbeepshead Bay, but will give a good ;w nl of lierscll when she • *•• to the races. Hon Enrique will soon be ready So will Charles Hwoad. Motor is due for i rood race so is George s. Davie on a last track. Lady Aune. iii Tom McDowell* stable, is ready to win Saturdavs track did not suit her. lokaloti will go in the Metropolitan. Saturdays race will improve her. She won. but wasnt at her best on speed though overweighted. .Limaica bettor* shied •it her because of the mud. The New York experts •ire still wonderfully dull on western performance*. Don IMuo is still Don Dorao. Age has whitened his coal and his courage a bit. He is not a good tool because when iust right and "m right be Hisses it up if the pace doesnt conic to his liking. The general opinion, not to take the papers for it is that Boaeben and not Dr. Gardner will go for the Metropolitan Thursday. Davy Johnson * notion has prevailed and this time trainer Weir supports it. though if anything out of the way bappeaa Dr. Gardner will replace Koneben. Vlieptiltepec the t wo year -old half brother to He Mund for which Kred Hiirlew paid St,950 at the R-tnclio del Paso sale last June, .has been working in a most satisfactory manner at Gravesend and is unquestionably a good colt. Be Will probably make and will be leads his tirsi start at Belmont Park when called upon. He is a well formed coll. a solid bay In color and has no marks. Six oclock, the brother to Pick Welles and rt Wells which Hurlew is handling for August Bel moot worked the same distance In the same time a few minutes later, but not nearly so Impressively. This vouiigster has not shown enough as yet to cause "horsemen and work watchers to regard him as more than a fair two-year-old. . _„ ... Wave Crests last race did not hurt him at all and he should show Improvement when next asked b.v trainer Welsh to try conclusions under ihe silks ot the Newcastle Stalde. t Sbeepshead Pay. Peter Whinner has a youngster in Apostrophe that is likely to prove above 1 if lie will race up to his work, James Blute will shortly lie taking down a purse with Honest Griff. His half mile in 49 at the Ray caused horsemen to look him over critically. . . . Robert Cooper, in the Forsythe string at Belmont Park is a youngster that tills the eye. He is raited like a" good racehorse and will surely give goad account of himself Within the next ten days. For del lo and McGregor, "i this same barn, are leRarnev Schreiliers E. M. Fry is attracting much attention at Belmont lark. He is a good looking horse with a tine turn of speed. J H MeOormieh has his good handicap horse. Gloriiier. in form for another winning race. Hieing is another of his charges in trim to race in an company it" not overweighted. James Blute is well satisfied with his ltlly Sweet taire and savs her recent work warrant* Ihe Ic lief that she will be able to take care ot heis.-lt in any company s|u is apt to meet. Trainer Frank Weir sent Haiidzarra out lor .in easv six fariOBga workout in 1 :20 in the sottesl kind of going and as the mare was never partial to that kind of track, the trial was impressive. This trainer has two promising youngsters in Magna and Aimee C. which he expects to send to the races soon. Buttling. Frank 4 2 ill and Masaniello are about ready to leave the hands of trainer Smith for the races Buttling went a mile over the muddy track at l, raeseiid yesterday in 1 :4t i and this good sou of Star Ruliv is not to be overlooked from now ou. Frank Jill has been doiug all that was asked ot him and is fit and ready. Masaniello will do when placed right Trainer Huggins has some promising racing material in his Gold Quest, Irvine. Mintbear, Ring Leader and Sudden Start, which are getting their finishing torn lies at Sbeepshead Bay. Tom W elsh is pointing J. C. Core for the Metropolitan Handi cap and his preparation has been altogether satis- factory. I I , j , . , r • . I " = " II 1 ■

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