Gossip from Eastern Sources, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-02


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GOSSIP FROM EASTERN SOURCES. New York, March I. The tir-t shipment of horses from Long Islaad this scaseu departed t j Norfolk, when Max llir-ii sent a string of ten from Sticeps head Bay for the meeting thai is to open at Norfolk April l. In the same shipment Thomas J. lie. lie sent eight ol ihe Richard T. Wilson horses that he has been tmiu at Belmont Park. Others will leave in take part in the Jamestown Jock flub meetlug. but a great main will wait until In opening at Havre dc .race. April is. anil those who do -o probably will also race at the meeting of tin Maryland Jockey luh. which follow- at Pimlico from M.-n 2 until M.-v 20 The Qtdncy stable horses, trained by James liizsimiiioii-. trill shortly he shipped to Norfolk. In Ins lot Iii/.siniiiion-has Textile, tin col: that was considered good enough as a two-year-old to start m ;i match against "oit . tin champion of 1910. Tliis leilow has grawn to proportions that make bin Ihe most talked of bone at Graveeend. Then lie has Trifler and some other promising ma terlal. Jockey Schlesslnger h.i- been engaged to do the riding for the stable and be ha- been keep in-.: himself in coudltioa ga Toping the horses. John Whalen, formerlt trainer for August Bel inoiit. chairman of the Jockey Club, will campaign a string of horses under hi- own colors tin- -en son and has made a number of -tike entries fo Kentucky ruin- Buskin, the best of his stable ha- engagements in :•!! ot the Important Bxtures offered b tic NeTi Louisville Jockey Club, at riuircbil i owiis. Mr. Whalen ha- his horses at Iravesend and. in addition to hi- own, he i- band-ling lhiniin.n ion foi David Gidwin Others in the -trill- .in- Cnoc by Hamburg RnnniUg Stream: Macaroni, by Hamburg Flora Mac tin- dam of Charles EUlward ami Jacobite, and Honey Bee

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