Barney Schreiber in the East, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-15


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• 1 * ii 1 1 - in a 1 s s BARNEY SCHREIBER IN THE EAST. ,-w fork. Match 14. Harney S- hn-iher. Ill- I I .ran turfman and breeder, has always bad an alrid ing faith in the return of good times for racing. When he heard of the probability thai the Wg S-a Vork 1 r.-i.-Us would be opened this spring be cainc on Ironi his Woodlands Farm ia Misaonri to have lite !idiii"s ;it ru-s| hand. ••I have discovered that many people, and nol 1 nut folk either, are talking alsnit racing, ami Juda lug l.v the! rersation. thej seemed to warn Ih.- sport back." saj,i Mr. Schrelher. !i appears to be certain now ihat racing will be resumed probabl daring the summer. NaturaUy after a three yea » lapse the star! must he on a small scale, bnl I an 1 p.,siiie that If everybody w.-rks together the re -nits will be gratifying. Owners shouldnt expect 1 big purses at the start. I.-i lha sports sake Die; isigbl lo he willing M race even at ■ loaa al ih liegiuning. , , • I i,. ;ll. ,|i;l| tin- plans now call for racing three * ilavs a al H-lni-ml Park. It is ton had Iln-v r iiiiM is- Increased to, s:, . four. Fcajr .lays -i a „ ■• would I,.- enough to keep the leading horsemcB here "There wont be a scarcltj of il mghhreds If then- are enough race*. Horsemen dont like to make long shipments. Thej are expensive. 8a r sun,, ii-ut sport is provided here owners will not I make the long trip tn the Canada circuit. »f 1 course, ih.-r will journey across the 1 ler If the imlmem.ui dutsut coaga up t«. l-|m ctaliuiis iu New v Vork. 1 * r „ ■• If ■ — —— ■ "Al my stud farm at Woodlands I have seventy tin, thoroughbreds that can race lies year. Sixty are two-year-olds and the remainder are three-yea 1 have received several orders from New *i rk owners ami I will send about twenty horses h 1 carl! nesl month."

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