Racing Gossip From The East., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-28


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RACING GOSSIP FROM THE EAST New York Deceniber 27 James Rowe and Thomas J Healey trainers of the racing stables re ¬ spectively owned by James R Keene and R T Wilson who recently returned from a short trip abroad have received assurance that there will be plenty of racing around New York next season and will soon prepare to take their charges to the Jamestown track for spring exercise Trainer Rowe saw Mr Keeue iu Kngland and says he is slowly recovering from a long spell of sickness sicknessAt At Sheepshead Bay Tom Green is now handling the Keene horses which are few as compared with other years There are only three mature racers left in the stable including Sweep Hilarious and Lord Rochester a twoyearold These make up the older division that will race in the Keene colors next year Lord Rochester showed last spring and in his yearling trials to be possessed of a high turn of speed but he went wrong He gave so much promise that trainer Rowe concluded not to sell him but gave him a chance to round to which he has He is now in very good shape to go on and train At least a look at his legs makes one be ¬ lieve he would stand any kind of a campaign campaignThe The three yearlings best thought of by trainer Rowe last fall have been kept here One Is a bay colt byEeterv Pan Mlnteake This is a grand type of tR thoroughbred and one of the first Peter Puns He has size and quality and has been tried highly A brown colt by Peter Pari Anomaly Is also a good looker A racylooking juvenile Is the chestnut filly by Hippodrome Nora Creina She worked a quarter last fall in a shade better than 23 seconds secondsThe The four that arrived last week from the Castle ton Farm in Kentucky are a goodlooking lot One is a halfsister to Maskette by Peter Pan Biturlca A chestnut filly by Delhi Coppelia is a nicely turned filly and looks like one that should come to hand early A bay filly by Disguise St Cyprian is of good size A bay or brown filly half sister to the speedy Trance and Horoscope by Delhi Fair Vision has the earmarks of speed iu plenty plentyWilliam William Brchuan who has been foreman for S C Hildrcth for some time has resigned to go to England as forcman in Matt Dawsons stable He will leave here about January 5 This Is perhaps the first time an American lias beeu sent for by one of the oldest English trainers to act as foreman over English lads ladsJohn John White who at one time trained several good horses among them The Dude bought last week from Mrs Livingston for Venezuelan parties two colts one by Loeohatchee Susan and one by Bow ¬ ling Brook Both arrived Saturday from the farm in Jobstown and will be shipped this week

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