With the Eastern Trainers., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-01


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WITH THE EASTERN TRAINERS. New York. March .11. — Charles R. Fleisclimann and his brother Otto went to Siieepshcad Ray yesterday to inspect the horses John Hyland is training for them. Tksf were well pleased witli the way the buses worked. DuUcare. the Hastings — Dulcinea colt which tlie elder Mr. Fleiscliinanii gave to his brother Otto a few weeks ago. to tlie end that lie mitd t have a mount of his own in the gcntl-qneii racea this season, was worked With James McAvoys mare. Krikina. They showed a hajf in 5t|, with Mr. Hyland stopping them throughout tlie last furlong. Tony Bouero galloped a mile in 1:51. hard tali. and Footpad, which has tilled out to u gratifying extent. Went the same distance in 1:5.1?. It is no sure thin;: that Apache, the Kthclbert horse Mr. Ileisehuiann took from William Walker after a celling race at Yonkers lest summer, will stand training. His legs are bothersome. Walter Houses little bay horse. Ostend. which wintered well and seems to lie sound, worked a half in 5.".. hard held. House is giving Ostend a lot of ■law exercise, evidently for the purpose of having him ready to do his liest at Relniout Park. Frank Starita wcrlted hi. two-year-olds th.ee-eighths in 40 and 41. These colts possess plenty of speed. Referee seems to be the most forward of the trio. George Odoin sent Nimbus a half in 54. while Irince Gal went the same distance in 51 J and Ronnie Kelso did it in 52. Trance, which setnied to be a bit muscle sore last week, worked with Follie Levy and pulled up soundly. There can be no Ooaht of Trances training. Follie Levy has as much speed as she showed at any time last season. The two-year-olds wiirked three-eighths In -UK Nat Ryer and Herman Rrandt have arrived from Jacksonville. Ryer brought Resom and a two-year-old colt by Sir Dixon. Besom is as handsome as ever and the two-year-old is a good looker. He is a brother to Dander, Byer says he feels like crying every time he thinks of the death of Patsy. Byer will, in a few days, take up the Ronald four-var-old. Racquet, which Matt Byrnes recently repurchased from S. C. Hildreth for P. S. p. Randolph. Rrandt brought three horses from Jacksonville — Dr. Barkley. George W. Leholt and a two-year-old by Sain. Rrandts Florida horses are in good condition and they will nice at Aqueduct. Rrandt will immediately take up the five-year-old. Chapultopee. and the six-year-old. Austins, which wintered at John Hynes farm at Stamford. Conn. These horses are now in the Hynes stable at Gravesend. The first horses William Karrick showed were Fashion Plate am Harry La Montagues Scarpia. 1 ie 1 of which went three-eighths in S |. Paalliaa Ilates legs look well so far. but Karrick will not kaow whether he will stand until the Woolsthorpe roll is set down in earnest. Connaugbt Ranger, which spent the lietter part of last summer at Saratoga, galloped three-quarters in 1:24. This fellow goes smoothly enough for a short distance, bur he breathes heavily. Possibly his wind is atfected. Cohort and the big three-year-old. Petronlus raJJoped three-quarters in 13*, Robert II. Davis Watercress mare. Mary Davis. gaBapad an easy " mile. This sister to Hessian looks extn tuely well. There is nothing amiss with the looks of Muster Robert, but Mr. Karrick will not hurry him. Fltx Herbert was out lor an airing at Gravesend and trainer Frank Taylor permitted him to Umber up with a half in ..::. Since Fltz Herbert has been in Taylors hands, little has been done with him. and the schedule is to go along slowly. It is probable that Fltz Herbert will not be seen in public before the Relmont Park mepting. Physically Fitz Herbert always improves with work, and already — though bis work has been only of the lightest variety — he is picking up flesh and improving in ap pearance daily. Adriuelie is the one that Taylor intends making an early start with and this mare has been goim; along will. She will undoubtedly be seen under colors at Aqueduct. Of course, the presence of Flla Herbert at Graves end makes tlie Tavlor stable an Inqmrinut one. but Thomas Welsh still sets the pace when It comes to traiaktK operattoaa at the old course of the IliiMllia Jockey Club. He bus an immense Strang in bis care this season and each day his sets are moving just a bit faster. The Squire. Wise Mason. Prince Im perial and Pre It ad made up one set yesterday and were permitted to na along for three -quarters in 1:22. The two vear-obls went along for three- eljrhtta from at to 42 and the* all abeared a dis|»o sltioa to step much faster, finishing strongly. In I his division AriostO, Mutineer. Danger Mark and Roval Meteor are pari ieiilativ impressive. William llurlev galloped Tubal three -quarters in 1:24. This horse should n at Aqueduct, llld Bad News went three quarters in 1:22. which was good w i! for him so early. Kvery horse of Samuel Hihlreths big stable was on the track. Firestone. Joe Madden. Moiitgonierv and J.-anue dArc worked three-quarters bi 1:21 and 1:24. None of them was let down. Payette, Dalmatian. Fddie Dugan. Woodcraft and Rose Qweea came out in the second set. but they were not permitted to ga as fast as the others. ]":i ettes three quarters in LIT, was the best anv at this bunch showed.

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