Racing Gossip from the East, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-14


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! 1 ; ! I 1 RACING GOSSIP FROM THE EAST. New .oik. March 13. The most itn|iorlant ship nieiit of horses from Long Island for tbe J ante* j town Jockey Clubs Hack at Norfolk, Vn . Will leave Sbeepsbead Hay Friday. In this lot will go : the horse- ol the Qulnc Stable, which are IraiJ" I by laldie Ihclan. and the public stable handled l»: James Eitzslmmona for different owners, which have • is-ii ai Gravesend course since Ike close 64 1912 1 fall meetings in Maryland and Virginia. i In Mr. Ihelaii.s lot are Everett, Warbler an I Striker. Of course, little could be said that is not 1 1 trendy known of the capability of Bverett, which * on scleral occasions in Ike past has had the st: 1 I ol ■cla-s" awarded him, his most notable achieve. 1 menl being the winning of the BoWkt Slakes a couple of seasons ago. on which isvaslon he !•• 1 fisted He turf liaiiipioie of the -a-l and was! mid 1 did it iu such a runrinctna inannei that no doubt - remained of bis superiority over those opposed to 1 him. He has been going along lately in such a satisfactory manner that trainer Flu Ian is en 1 Hiii i.istic o er his condition. Waiblit is mother cripple that has come along in 1 I In* liht way Sliikc. wa- one of Ibe many two , year-olds which I he Whitney establiabmenl dls , po-ed nf last sea-op Ibal made good for their new owners, and great things are expected of him thia season. Lohengrin is another three year old in this . eataldisfamenl thai showed hi- owner enough las; season to convince him thai bo bad a cull a Ml , above the ordinary, but a- be wna rather growth-. be waa turned isal last summer lo mature. The two-year-olds of Ike -tabic if Pie. ding K any indication, are a likely lot. A coll out of Half Sovereign is a handsooielv turned individual, but . im! thought as well of as the ball brother to .lo.-Knight. Tbe stable lately purchased two otb. , yimngsters from the Whitney establiabmenl which arc now at Norfolk and will be taken over by Phelan m his arrival at that pure. Mr. Filzsinuuon- is training for several owners. There are nond bill winners aaaoag the older fcorse*j oi the stable, prominent among them being Bom eanx. Via Octavla. Absconder. Scallywag, Futurii.c. Kittery and How 11 Eaat. The latter i- a three year-old maiden which Mr. Piualmmons received this winter. There am unite a number of good-looking two yeat ..Ids in the barn. Mr. Fitz-imne us bad tke horses of George W. Laiigilou in his care all winter, ami I heir owner is particularly pleased wiih their present condition. Hunch of keys, although a disappointment last -1 son. had shown enough iu private to warrant giving him every opportunity for making good. Briar Path, scored many a victory lasl season, has let down and fnrnlakcd out. and if h • goes alum in the right way should develop Into a useful splinter. The atat of tbe stable is lli-Majesty. There is not a better looking horse went Ing plates today. Iu behalf of Dr. .1. W. Meaner.-i .f Charleston. S. ".. Mr. Langdon lately purcha ed Hie Iwo-year-oida Salon. Mi— Innocence and Addie M. at the inni-lock sale, and then, taking a trip to Kentucky, obtained th.* star Shoot Breakwater lillv and the Woolsthorpe Espionage coll from John E. Madden. These are now al the Graves end course, where they will be bandied by Mr. Langdon with the view of cither racing Ibem bere ■bouts or shipping them to race over the Kentucky Jockey McCabej will go to Norfolk with the Eilssiininons -table, while Schuttinger will do tin riding for the Quiacy Stable.

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