Racing Gossip from the East., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-08


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RACING GOSSIP FROM THE EAST. New York. April 7. — Thomas Welsh has received two more horses from Harry Payne Whitney"s Krook dale Farm, where they spent the winter. Thev are Dinna Ken and Perseus, both of which raced in England last season under the care of A. J. .loyner. Dinna Ken did not lace up to expectations. but Perseus proved himself a useful sort over the English eouis-s. B. Taylor had partially fitted these baraea before sending them to Welsh at Gravesemi and shortly after their arrival at the Itr.Miklvn track they were sent along for a brisk gallop of a mile in 1:35. The manner in which this task was accomplished, over a track that was decidedly muildv. ina-es it appear that both will be readv for an earlv start. Jockey Carroll Shilling and S. C. Hildreth. his em-plover, called at the oaVea of the Jaehey club yes terday and another effort will be niade by the rider to secure a license before the opening of the season. The tabling of the application by the stewards did not naturally mean that a license would be denied. No reason was given for the action that was taken and IhuIi Mr. Hildreth and Shilling entertain the hop.- that eventually the license will be granted. At a meeting of tin- stewards of the Jockey Club the recent transfer of racing time between laaialra. Aqueduct and F.mpire City, for the coming season, was .sanctioned. In granting its sanction the stewards did so with the proviso that the approval of the change should not establish a precedent. James K. Kecnes P.allot is improving steadily in his work at Shoopshead Kay and already the turf sharps predict he will be a hard horse to beat in the Suburban, for which he is being pointed. Trainer Rowe seems to know every hair in Kallots tail and is under tie impression that the Voter horses failure in Kngland last year was due partially to the climate awl training methods. Kallot worked a mile yesterday and looked every inch a race horse. Kight of the Keene two-year-olds also attracted attention. They were Lahore. Iron Mask. Absconder. Rlack Friar. Runnyniead. Lord Rochester. Candidate and Katonan. Richard F. Carmans horses attract much attention at Belmont Park. They were all out on the big track yesterday and Mr. Carman spent much time looking them over. Magazine coming in for a thorough inspection, as he probably will carry the Car man colors in the Carter Handicap at Aqueduct. In addition to Magazine. Mr. Carman has these horses iu training at the Queens course: Sir Al-ves.-ot. Arcite. Sir "leges. Doii Cragin, Calypte. Paradise Queen. Horieon. Billiard Ball. Achieve. Mark Antony II.. Terah. La Salle. Campeon. Waterbury. Sir Aahtoa. Darnma. Nat tie Bnmppo. Moqnette and the two year-olds. Horizon. Stepfather. White Wool. Bye Straw. S.-mprolis. Naughty Lad. Scarlet Plume. Ace of Clubs. Merry Lad. New Comer. Set-in-Gold. Carbineer. Valier.-. De Follies and Brown Gentle man. The Carman horses are trained by Frank Krnest and jockey Fain will ride them. James Butlers racing colors, white with cherry sh-eves and cap. were the colors used by the late A. Russell Peabixly. who raced a small stable up to the time of his death.

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