Many Stalls Spoken for at Denver, Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-12


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MANY STALLS SPOKEN FOR AT DENVER. Iletiver. ol.. May 11. lresidi-nt W. T. Iliieen •f the Bearer Fair and Raring Association, a aroaii-ii nl business man of Vancouver. U. .. and SeCTC tary-Treaaarer Ueorge II. Freedlaader, of Oocat dAleae. Idaho, have arrived in Bearer to farther th work of preparation for tin- niaeteee-daya areei nig that is to open al Ovi-rlan.l Park Saturday. June IX Preaident Hlreen expressed himself as well phased with tin- work accomplished at the famous ..Id oaarae under the direction of W. W. Finn, and also with the progress made by lta.-ing Seeietary Robert !■. I.eighton. It -i en I arrivals at Overland Park include M. Doyle of St. Louis, with nine boraes; I. Mnrphy. from Taaforaa, with SalUtrix, a three year-old; Baeej •in. I Sheriff l-olev. W. H. Schwarlz with Ierrona: S. .1. Kelh-v with Valhal and William Hess with Kiltie. T. A. Ilavies of Vancouver, recently made a trip In if and. after looking the situation over, decided to ship Ire from Tulsa in charge of trainer M. i.anilv. I !ns. are Muv Kuena. Kiiurahl Isb-. Eddie Moit. Dromi and John Louis, in addithm Mr. Iiaviis lias ;1 dozen more at Vaneouver. live ot which will he shipped here. Custom Housi- and Miss King will I"- his Derbj Candida tea, BoaaaM and Lumaik will also be shipped from Vancouver. Trainer i . C. liriis will ship nine horses from Tills;, to Denver with tin- Havies string. The Derby candidate Dabttoa is in this stahle. Dddie Kaufman will send the three year old Dusky Dare and Helen Hawkins to Oil I land from Tlilsu. The Smith ,V I-air.n stable will ship from Louis vilh to arrive in Dearer June 18. Their horses in elude Wey: ki . New Haven. Cu l.on and Art Rick. Flee stalls bare been watered at overland for Harry Perklna, whoae string is bow at Chicago. Charles T. Boots, who has a iaaea horses in training at New York and fourteen in California, s going to Head a siring to Denver, according to iem-ral Manager Lead, who has just seen Mi. Bouts in New York. Mr. Read also has secured the proailae of the shipment of several carloads of horses from Kentucky for the Overland Park meet lag. Jockey Jimmy Groth, who rode for the afiTnaaaii stable at Juarez and tlnii went to his home in California for a visit, has arrived here and is i preparing to ride during the overland meeting. ~ ntigerald. owned by C. v. Lames ,,i ;Ui n. uvei. B. C. is t.. be shipped here. Haniels , Bodges of Dalian, Tea., have tie tag boraes earoate to Oeerlaad. Ii. W. H«ag is here with Anion. Kid NeJm Lillian Kripp. Margaret Kripp. Orbed Smile an I Oriln Kripp. Other recent arrivals are Arbutus, owned by Joseph J. Miller: Compton and Sinn I einn. owned by Fred Houghsman ; Minnie I".. owned by Richard J Farris; Jim Benson, owned by William P. Gaines and Concha, owned by Calvin J. Ilcury. Rosier F. Browa, who has several horses at the Havre de Grace track, expecta to ship to fttm ver. Dr. I. B. Clark of Prosser. Wash., also expects to couie to Dearer with half a duzeu.

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