Good And Plenty Gets A Rest., Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-08


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GOOD AND PLENTY GETS A REST. New York, .Tunc 7. Thomas Hitchcock, Jr.s. Good and Plenty has been sent to the farm at West-liiiry. I.. L. for ■ needed rest. The crack Jumper has had a Ml too much racing this spring, it is believed, and will be saved for 1 1 i — - fall ci incuts. In Mr. Hitchcocks opinion i ! and Plenty is not w Ithla IH . hi;. | ids it in- : • St. ••I will lean him at Westburj through the sum aaer," said the owner. "He may catch his form before faU. if he floea he will be trained for the Champion. If he does not come to himself next fall be nay recover next spf i :; ur. but if he ■ever races again I shall no! f I dls atisfied with him. lie is the heal steeplechaser thai ever bore my colors or raced In this country. I think, and he is entitled to :i good borne the res! of his days. If I gel as i "-"I ■ ,:..;... ■■ again 1 shall coon I myself the most lucky of men." in the absence of Good and Plenty Mr. Hitchcock will il i to his linn mornings to the se nd raters, California King Hot Shot, Garret! and Hylas. Also he has Phantom sad sevet il other jumpers net so well known. Mr. Hitchcock was not altogether pleased with the performance of California King in the Grand National. He did not like the way the Solitaire II. horse weakened In the hackstretch the last torn ol the Held il r keeping up with his company for more than a mile and a half.

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