Whitney Horses on the Way Home, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-06


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WHITNEY HORSES ON THE WAY HOME, New York. October 5. Thirty-seven thoroughbreds belonging to Harry Payne Whitney, which have boon racing in Europe, left England Saturday in charge of trainer A. J. .Toyner, bound for this country. The stable includes twenty-one horses that have been in training during the present season and sixteen yearlings. The first-named lot will he raced over American tracks as soon as they arrive, according to the plans of Mr. Whitney. In addition to the present shipment of thirty-seven, there remain in England a large band of broodmares with their weanlings. Those will not be sent to this side until after foaling. Mr. Whitney, however, will have his entire string shipped to America as soon as possible and plans to race exclusively in this country in the future. The horses upon their arrival oh this side of the Atlantic, will be taken to the Whitney farm in New Jersey.

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