Champions of 1909 Start: Fitz Herbert and Ocean Bound Begin the Season of 1910 Auspiciously, Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-19

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CHAMPIONS OF 190! START JTTZ HERBEKT AND OCEAN BOUND BEGIN THE SEASON OF 1910 AUSPICIOUSLY. Each Wins Impressively at First Asking in the East — Grasmerc Qualifies Handsomely for the Withers. New York. May IK. — Interest in the racing iit "B -lnn :it Paik Mn centered iu the tirst n •] i ;t i a m- for Hit!- season ot Woodford Clays lliran Bound uiil John E. Mail l«iis Fitz Herbert. Ocean Round won the Ladies Stakes impressively from Indian Maid and Mcxo.-ma. while Iitz Herbert found it a;i easy task to heal Grasmerc and Caudleberrv In the Jockey Cluli Woigln-for-Agc Race. The showing ot Oceau Round was particularly impressive from the fact that she forced all the pace and raced Mcxo ana to a standstill, teen came on handily. In the race won liy. Kits Herliert. Grasmere. though easily icateii. ran an impressive race anil the way he came • n in the last furlong leaves no doubt of his abilitv lo race over a considerable distance of ground. Before the race Fits Herliert struck himself while in the paddock and inflicted a slight cut on his off hind leg. but n i serious damage was done. Both he and Ocean Bound came out of their races iu good shape. The raw run by .rasmere makes him loom dangerous for the Withers on Saturday. The full tabled history of the jockey Club Weight -for-Agc Race is as follows: Vest. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. V.-il. Time. 1901 Conroy 3 110i Spencer . ..,360 1:33 MB Advce Guard. .5 lit T. Burns .. 1.780 1:53 J 19o3 Injunction ....:; KPt» Gannon 2.1M 1:311 11X14 Dolly Spanker. .3 10« Kedfcru ... 2.239 1:34 IMS Oxford 3 IK I.vne U. 1 or, 1 :5.U l.» n. Whimsical SMI W. Miller. . 2.235 1 iifl 1IHI7 Montgomery ...:; Ill Radtke 2.900 1:M* 1MB Celt 3 109 Xotter 2.790 1:32 1W«» Celt 4 120 E. Dugan . 50 1:5S J»l » Fits Herliert.. .4 12i V. Powers.. 340 1:54 John E. Madden won two races during the day, liis Kingston Curiosity colt. Novelty, handily dis-l kim i iv of Pluvious in the opening dash prior to Fits Herberts success. This colt was bought at the Iveene yearling sale for .7 * . K. F. Carmans Nemprolus won his race easily and Eddie Dugan look the last tor S. C. Hildreth. Golden legend beat a ilnap lot in fee race for which J. K. Keenes Meta|ihor was favorite. James McManus has taken his horses from Kimball Pattersons care and thev arc lieing trained bv O. A. Bianchi. P. S. P. Kandolph t"dav Ixiught Aldrian from 8. W. Berry for ttJJW. The horses of F. A. Forsythe. in charge of trainer Italeigh Colston, arc quartered at Belmont Park. Eighteen horses were in the shipment from Kentucky, as follows: Donate, Berry Maid. Twilight Queea. Waldo. Shooting Spray. Colston. Royal Eagle. Silver Blush. Silver Tail. Virginie. l ew Berry. Wan-klta. Pctronelle. Janet. Meridian. Aviator. House inn ill and Irin-ess Calloway. Henry MeDaatrl has left for Toronto with the stable of R. I.. Il-onias. Polls is the best horse in the string and is in prime condition. Others in the lot for Canadian racing are Capsisc. Eight Wool. Carroll. Quicksilver. Colly Ding. Moncrcif. Supple and Flying Squirrel. There are twelve racers, all told, in the stable William Brooks is training for Woodford lav at Gravescnd. The most formidable of the string is the three-old Star Shoot filly. Ocean Bound. Mr. Clay baa a promising colt in Marccllus. William BtemuL, trainer for Bartbtt McEennan. the Canadian sportsman, will leave Agent, winner of the .New York Steeplechase, at Beinmut Park until after the running of the Whitnev Memorial. The rest of Mr. McEennans horses have left for Toronto. J. W. Stokes is one of the first of the owners now at Sheepsheail Bay to announce an intention of shipping to E.-tonia for the coming meeting at that Kentucky track. Mr. Stokes has encased a car fat Topsy Robinson. Rusticana and Toll Box. Orafe W. Berrys string of racers has been stricken with the influenza epidemic that is going the rounds at the I ong Island tricks. H. M. Zieg-lers Adams Express is also on the ailing list. W. A. Gorman, superintendent of Belmont Park, has sufficiently y, . overed from an attack of illness to be about once mote. Following are the weights for the Grand National Steeplechase Handicap, almut two and a half miles, to Ik- run at Belmont Park next Monday: Horse. A.Wt. Horse. A.Wt. Sir Wooster B MB Malacca f 143 Waterway 7 13.". Cahochon i; |M Kara 7 132 Pall Mall 5 1 .s Prince Hampton. . .0 14S Rossfeirton .... 4 13S WatdMi.-d f.llS St. Faisenav 4 137 Ur. Pillow till Miss Perigord li 133 Black Bridge 3 143 Nestor 4 130 Rufus t; 142 S. C. Hildreths good three -veal-old, Dalmatian. is reported on the sick list.

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