Henry McDaniel at Thorncliffe, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-26


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HENRY McDANIEL AT THORNCLIFFE. Toronto, Out., January 25. Henry McDanicl. who was recently engaged to train the horses of Robert Davies, has entered upon his duties at Ihorncliffe Farm, as Mr. Davies establishment is called. The Davies .string for I.ll l will be made up of twenty-one horses, including such well-known racers as Plate Mass, Calgary. Knights Differ, Southern Maid, The Usher and First Sight. There are only four two-vear-olds in the stable. These are a brown lilly by Golden Maxim Belle of Oakley, a gray lilly by Prince of Melbourne Grey Agues, a chestnut colt bv Star Ruby Majolica and a bay eolt by Waterboy Hamburg Belle. All four were purchased at the vearling sales of last summer in the United States. The Waterboy Hamburg Belle colt was tin? highest priced of the lot, having cost Mr. Davies .S4.0OO. He is of the big. growthy type and mav need considerable time to develop. The Davies horses will remain here throughout the winter and will begin their campaign of 1914 with the opening of the Canadian racing season at the Ontario Jockey Clubs Woodbine track May 23.

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