All Is Ready At Norfolk: Eastern Racing Season Of 1913 To Be Ushered In At Virginia Track Today.; Ideal Weather Conditions Prevail and Prospects for a Successful Meeting Are Bright--Opening Day Card One of Seven Races., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-01


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ALL IS READY AT NORFOLK EASTERN RACING SEASON OF 1013 TO BE USHERED IN AT VIRGINIA TRACK TODAY Ideal Weather Conditions Prevail and Trospects for a Successful Meeting Are Bright Opening Day Card One of Seven Races Norfolk Va March 11 All In in readiness for tomorrows opening of the Jamestown Jockey Clubs meeting which will nslier in the eastern racing season of IDlo All indications point to one of the most successful meetings ever conducted here The weather is all that could be desired and the town is fairly overflowing with visitors attracted by racingAn the prospects of good racing An attractive card has been provided for the in ¬ auguration of the meeting Seven races have been programmed and all have filled well The two yearold dasli will Introduce to the public sever juveniles that have never raced Including repre ¬ sentatives of the great establishments of Angus Belmont and Harry Payne Whitney Much Interest naturally attaches to the showing that these promis ¬ ing young racers will make Robert makeRobert Levy the plucky young manager of the Jamestown Jockey Club to whose efforts the cstaM lishnicnt of racing on a iirm basis In this locality is due is sanguine that the opposition of the meeting at the halfmile track at Marlboro Md will not have a serious effect upon the patronage of the local meeting The better class of horses that have been taking part In the racing at Charleston S C are either here or on the way and Racing Secretary McLennan will have no difficulty in providing good entertainment for the visiting racegoers racegoersFor For tomorrows o cniiig a fast traXk is in liiro lect The track was kept In extra good condition hroughoHt the winter and will be at its best for he inauguration of the sport sportThe The present prospect is that the racing here will be iHtter than at any time since Mr Levy has lieen directing the destinies of the sport More sportMore than 1000 followers of racing have gathered here for the opening and all of the hotels an crowded Many are here from the far west nud south and the delegation from New York is esjujj dally strong The presence of plenty of layers guarantees that the patrons of the sport wllli rented more liberally than at Charleston The fol owers of racing are disgusted with syndicate ring uethods and the fact that all layers are welcomed here is responsible probably as much as anything else for the immense gathering here to participle n meetingThere the meeting There are a great many riders here including jiutwoll J Wilson Buxton Mondon Corey Skirvin Aolfe Troxler Schut linger Vaudiisen Scharf Iaplln Obert Clement Montour Ferguson Snider t Mclntyre D Connelly Olsen Mnsgrave Dunn Cnight Grand Guy Biijns Ford McCaliey Derouda oemer Halsey Fallbrother Hoffman Boylo Heider Allen F Ford FordT T F Sheedy has arimged with J Wilson to do ils riding for the remainder of the season J O Talltott has secured first call on Snider and Max iirscii HofTnranJ has signed up HofTnran J W Hedriek has decided to mate Lawton Wig ¬ gins with several mares this spring springMax Max IHrscli nils kicked in the back by one of his young horses this morning His injuries while not serious are painful and he was taken to a hos ¬ pital pitalChlng Chlng Hare manager of the Dnfferin Park stml Hillcrest tracks at Toronto arrived here this morn ¬ ing Ho announced that seven or more races would lie given daily at both tracks and that no purse f less rlan a MI would be offered offeredLahore Lahore winner of the Grand National Handicap at Laurel last fall will not be taken up until next fall A suspicious leg is responsible for the delay in netting him to the post this season Thomas seasonThomas Fortune Ryan will campaign twelve horse tills season They will be shipped from Bemiiug to Havre de Grace ou April S Jockey Jimmy Mae lutyre has signed to ride for the stable this year In the lot are four twoyearolds four threeyear olds ami four fouryearolds Belle Nelson is ri IKirted as training well this spring Before livlng Charleston L Blume purchased from J W May the twoyearold Odd Cross i Oddfellow Criseross W F Schnlte also sold SHOW tlakes Dirks Pet and Luxurious to F J Ions IonsTin Tin following workouts took place over the Noi folk course this morning morningAncon Ancon Threeeighths in W WCu Cu Bon Threeeighths In at Ixioks well wellCherryola Cherryola goodChester Threeeighths In llk Acts good Chester Krum Three jnarters in 120 Acts ami looks good goodCogs welLDick Cogs Threeuuartcrs in 118 Training welL Dick canteringDown Baker Seveneighths in 115 cantering Down East Half mile in 58 Acts as if extra good goodKveiett Kveiett Half mile in 51 A tritle sore Eaton soreEaton wellFred Tbreoeiglitlis in ail Training well Fred Levy Threeeighths in a7 Acts good Gasket goodGasket Threeeighths In IS Training well Hans CrocksHalf mile Jin 54 Acts as if extra extraJonqnif Jonqnif Half mllein 51 Acts good Kittery Three piarterj in 117 Acts good Lewin Threeeighths in 17 Training well I ord Elam Half mile In 54 Training slowly Lucky Trainingwell George Threeeighths in a7Jf Training well wellAlaiibeimcr Alaiibeimcr Half mile in 51 Training weJU Marie T Mile iu 152 cantering v Maisand Half mile In 51 Not much Martri HalC mile in 54 Acts good jreAnilrews Threeeighths In au Training Trainingslowly slowly slowlyMiss Miss Jonah Half mile in 51 Seems extra good Mollle S Half mile in 51 Acts good Paris Queen Seveneighths iu 12 Is extra extragood good goodPawhuska Pawhuska Half mile In 51 Is good Pit apat Half mile hi 54 Acts good Queen Bee Threeeighths in as Ixioks good but butsulks sulks sulksRcckcrest Rcckcrest Half mile in 51 Acts good Royal Message Half mile in 54 Salvation Nell Threeeighths in 87 Trainlit well wellSetback Setback Half mile in 51 Acts and looks good Shorty Northern Half mile in54 Acts good The IJuniK Thrcennarters in 11S Training we I Thrifty Threeeighths In ail Ixxiks well SiHIllKinnd Mile inxl 4 Acts as If extra good Warbler Threeeighths in IS At his best Woodcraft Half mile in 54 Training slowly

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