Charleston Stalls at a Premium: Stabling Accommodations at South Carolina Course Exhausted-Horsemens Colony Continues to Grow, Daily Racing Form, 1914-11-27


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CHARXESTON STALLS AT A PREMIUM. Stabling Accommodations at South Carolina Course Exhausted Horsemens Colony Continues to Grow. Charleston, S. C, November 20. Additions to the racing colony were again numerous today, most of the turfmen who arrived coming from Havre de Grace, where racing is now in progress. The newcomers report that the exodus from that track will begin tomorrow and that the first special train from the Maryland track will bring here nearly 500 owners, trainers and jockeys. This aggregation Is expected to arrive Sunday. Secretary Nathanson today transferred his office from town to the track so as to bo in closer touch with the numerous horsemen now gathered here. Stable room Is already at a premium and those hav ing failed to make reservations will have to find quarters for their horses outside of the track enclosure. The weather continues mild and the many Kentucky horses that came by special train at the close of Latonia racing are in fine fettle. Not a sing.e case of sickuess has been reported to date. There are many highly regarded yearlings in the different stables and some of them have shown dazzling speed for a quarter. The one regarded most highly of those at the course is the Cdnard colt, owned by Edward McBride, recently bought from E. R. Bradley. Todays arrivals included the horses owned by R. B. Stelle and G. II. Whitney, which came from Baltimore. Two carloads of miscellaneously owned horses will arrive from Mnryland tonight. Jockey C. Peak, who will ride for A. F. Dayton, arrived today. The layers who came this morning included J. 0. Holder. Oscar Bachman, W. H. Phillips and J. O. Bourasso. The latter came from Montreal and will operate during the meeting. This mornings work-outs included the following. Almeda Lawrence Three-eighths in SC. Blackthorn Three-quarters in l:20y. Coaster Three-quarters in 1:19. . Colle Half mile in 53. Colors Half mile in 50. Flying Yankee Five-eighths in 1 :07. Gallant Boy Three-quarters in 1:20. Judge Wright Three-quarters In 1:23. Luther Three-quarters in 1:17. Mockler .Mile in 1:40. OHagan Three-eighths iu 3S. Plain Aim Five-eighths in .1:07. Prlwer Five-eighths iu 1:04. .,, "lillie Brigade Three-quarters In 1:2015: - Sorcnata--Three-ittarters in 1 :25. Squeeler-rTlirepyiuartprH in 1:22. T. M. Green Thrpo-quarteVs in 1:10. Tom Hancock Three-quarters In 1:20. Tommy Burns Three-quarters In 1:21. Wander Mile in 1:49. Ycnghee Three-quarters in 1:22.

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