Big Movement of Horses to Norfolk: Coming Shipment from Charleston to Virginia Track Will be Record Breaker, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-18


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RIG MOVEMENT OF HORSES TO NORFOLK. Coming Shipment from Charleston to Virginia Track Will Be Record Breaker. Norfolk, Va., March 17. Upward of 400 thoroughbreds, constituting the most pretentious shipment in recent years from a race meeting, will be transported in special trains from Ialmetto Iark at Charleston to the picturesque seaside course of the Jamestown Jockey Club at the conclusion of the winter meeting now being held at the South Carolina track. The advent of this big shipment means that stall room at Jamestown, which has accommodations for about ".00 horses, will soon be at a premium. Inasmuch as Manager Bob Levy has let it be known that onlv horses which actually are ready to race will be allotted stall reservations, this means that the pick of the performers which have been racing or undergoing training preparations at Charleston will be seen under colors daily at the Jamestown spring meeting, which begins April 1 and ends April 17. Coupled with the presence of such formidable establishments as the Whitney, Wilson, Belmont, Garth, Parr, Bevenvyek and other stables, indications justify Manager Levys prediction that the Jamestown meeting this year will be the most successful ever held here. The horses from Charleston will be transported to Norfolk in three or more special trains. Two more special trains will bring the big crowd of tegular followers of the sport northward. The shipment will be made up of the stables of the following owners: Dr. F. W. Ashe, 1: K. Brewster. 2: W. P.. Burke, I: M. Burns, 1: J. H. Biischcr, 1: l. A. Brollier, ii- John . Burtlschell. -; M. Burton, 2; J. W. Bean. 2: A. G. Blakeley. :i; N. K. Beal, 3; G. 11. Brvsou, I: Prank P. Brown, 5; O. P.agley. 3; Prank M." Brav. 1: W. A. Burllschell, 7; Thomas .1. Brown. 7: Fred K. Baird and Thomas F. Sheedy. S- A K. Bresler. 4; Thomas Cheek. :!: Charles J. Cascv. 1: William Cahill, 1; W. V. Casey, 4; George Cochrane. 10; J. A. Graver, 2; Cauibron and West, 4; P. Daley, 1; C. E. Dewitt, 1; A. B. Davidson. 1; A. V. Dayton, 3; M. J. Daly. 4; George J. Day. !; Nathaniel B. Davis, J; M. C. Eaton, 2; "Mr. Parle." J: B. C. Evans, 4: Fred Foster, 1: George Praley. 2; W. P. Pine, ::; A. W. Poulk, 4; P. P. Gloss, 2; Jule Garson. 3; J. M. AA Green and M. C. Kelly, S; P. Gallagher, 4: V. 3. Grefer, 5; M. A. Gallagher, 2; P. Harrington. 1; P. Hart. 2: S. II. Howser. 2; I. E. Harrison. 2: Hamill and Pine, 2; Phil Ilyatns. 4- V . Ilerold. .".: J. Oscar Holder and L Trotter. J. W Iledrick, IS; D. Hammond. 4: W. O. Joplin, !: P. II. Jones. 2: J. 11. Jones. 4: AV. II. Kirk. 2: B. Lester. 1: AV. A. Praser and Chris Martin. 2: E. Miuter. 1; Fred Miisante, 1; Dr. J. W Messcrvv, .1: L. .Most. 3: Green B. Morris. 3: S G. Martiii. 4: W. II. Mizell. 5: A. M. Marrniu p Jerrv Mahonev. 5; .1. J. McCauley, 1; J. Mclher-son, 2; J. McCarthy. 2: Edward McBride and F. J. Coleman. 11; J. 11. McCarren. Hi; It. T. McKeever. 2: Brownleigh Park Stable. 4; John AV. Pangle, 2: Hugh Pennv. 4; Jack Phillips. 12: P. B. Parsons. 2: G F Ridge, 3; C. O. Heed, 2: Charles Reynolds, E II. Steele, 1; A. J. Stafford, 1; P. L. Short. 2 J. P. Sweeney, 4: ,L l Strode. 4; George Sherman, 7: L. W." Thompson. 2: AAilliam C. AAeanl, 5: L. Weiss. 4: AVilliam AValker. U: AV. C. AVise. 2; J. G. AAagnon, 3: Archie Zimmer, !. AAith this big quota from which to recruit the daily programs. Manager Levy is encouraged to the expectation that big fields will be uniformly the order. Joseph McLennan, entry clerk, is now at work at Charleston on the book program or the meeting and it soon will be issued. Charles Pink, who arrived from Washington a few davs ago. lias already received Inquiries from prominent layers regarding the advance information department.

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