Three Hundred Horses In East.: Long Island Tracks Taking On Evidences of Approach of Another Racing Season., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-11


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THREE HUNDRED HORSES IN EAST Long Island Tracks Taking On Evidences of Approach of Another Racing Season New York March 10 Nearly fifty horsee have ar ¬ rived at the Long Island tracks from Juarez Mex There are nearly 1500 thoroughbreds now quartered at Slieepshcad liay Gravesend Belmont Park and Brighton and according to the applications for stable room double this number will Ite on hand when Aque ¬ duct opens opensThere There was plenty of life at Sheepshead Bay yes tcrdar James Howe John Tlyland and Sam Hil dretlihnd their strings out and the horses did useful exercise One of Mr Howes bunch was the threeyearold Suffragist colt by Aoter out of Noonday and brother to Suffragette Suffragist with Helmet one of James R Keenes Metropolitan Handicap candi ¬ dates worked a quarter in 27 on the yearling track Suffragist is a handsome chestnut with smooth ac ¬ tion and good conformation He is one of the horses that looked badly niton his return from England last fall He has ini roved greatly aml it is Mr Howes intention apparently to get him ready for the Belmout Park meeting meetingHildreth Hildreth nt Joe Madden and Firestone to the yearling track where they had a good gallop They were as playful as two puppies and seemed delighted to get out into the OIMMI after being cooped up all winter Dalmatian Rose Queen King James Fay ette and Kcstigouche cantered on the main course which is in tiptop condition Hylands bunch was made up of Charles R Fleisch manns horses Footpad Tony Bonero and Pontoon Thev galloped quarters on the yearling track in U8 or Hyland did not bring out Oscar Lewisohns Star Shoot gelding Etherlal Etherial was Injured in training last fall and Ilyland will not hurry him this spring springTwo Two liorses that attracted much attention at Gravesend were J i ecial Brew and a chestnut sister to Hilarious In the string that David Woodford is training for Frank J Nolan of Albany Special Brew a big roan colt by Kingston Stylitene is a brother to Kings Courier a winner in this country and in England and one of the best horses that Kingston ever sent to the races Woodford may not wnd Special Brew to the post before the Saratoga meeting The roan is a strapper and will require careful handling lest he break down in training Hilarious sister is a good looker hut a bit flighty Woodford says she ean run fast and he predicts that she will settle down after she Iras had a bit of training

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