The Whitney Horses In England., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-23


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THE WHITNEY HORSES IN ENGLAND Tip to date Toyner who is goncrally early on the warpath has had little to do with this seasons racing but latterly his horses have been sharpened up and it will not be long before we resume ac ¬ quaintance with Mr Whitneys popular colors There is a team of fine horses taken collectively at Balaton Lodge and It is to be hoped that the pros ¬ pects of the stable will not be handicapped this season as they were last by the coughing which was so frequently prevalent Xo horse could pos ¬ sibly Imve done better than Whisk Broom which has wintered splendidly and if possible developed into a handsomer creature than ever which is say ¬ ing not a little Apart from his sterling racing merit the son of Broomstick and Audience is blessed with a perfect temper and Is quite the pet of thiv yard He was the especial favorite of poor Johnnie Schlosser the longtime friend of A J Joyner with whom he worked hand in hand for many years and his loss is a great and sad one to all concerned not to mention his many friends at Xewmarket and elsewhere Whisk Broom which holds an engagt mcnt in the Kempton Park Great Jubilee has been brushing along lately and going at his best in the bargain but never better than in a fast stripped sevenfurlongs gallop on Monday morning April 7 with Meeting House Martin and Pandean Others of the Balaton lot that have been busily employed and are doing and going well may be mentioned in the big upstanding Harmonicon which had a striding spin over a similar distance with Cabaret engaged in the City and Suburban and reputed a much improved colt MiraiuichI and Prince Eugene Of these probably Cabaret by Delhi out of Pink Domino is the most forward in condition but on the whole was something of a disappointment last year as of nine races he won hut one and that his first Fly by Xight Sly Boots and Belle Fontaine have been going like prospective winners at all dis ¬ tances up to a mile and sprinting over shorter trips have been Bit o Ityc Two and Six II Double Six Xightstiek and the gelding by Peter Pan out of Umbra Of Joyners thirtysix in training four ¬ teen a smaller number than heretofore are two yearolds sired l etweeu them by Broomstick nine and Hamburg five and among them are some well grown and goodlooking ones notably a remarkably racinglike brother to Borrow winner of the Middle Park Plate and very sjieedy by Hamburg out of Forget Most of them are backward as yet and like most other twoyearolds would be largely benefited by a bit of sun on their backs London Sportsman

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