Many Stables Will Go to Cuba: Management of New Track at Havana Gives Out List of 350 Horses to be Shipped There, Daily Racing Form, 1914-12-27


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MANY STABLES WILL GO TO CUBA. Management of New Track at Havana Gives Out List of 350 Horses to Be Shipped There. Charleston, S. C, December 25. With Manager II. D. Drown of the Cuba-American Jockev Club 01: the ground here, arrangements have been completed for the departure from Palmetto Iark on Saturday evening next of not less than thirty carloads of thoroughbreds for Oriental Dark, Mr. Drowns latest racing enterprise in the environs of Havana. During the past fortnight, when representatives of the uba-Amorir-an Jockey Club and its rivals have been seeking h rscs for their respective tracks, nothing Jias been given out for publication bv the Havana agents, the uncertainty of the horsemens pla:is militating against an accurate list of the stables destined to take part in Havana racing. This attention, however, Mr. Brown issued the ollicial list of stables, with the number of horses in each, which will leave for Havana on two special trains next Saturday evening. Space has been assigned all these, turfmen by Harry White and W. W. Lvles, and the last detail 111 connection with this big winter movement of thoroughbreds has been attended to. "There is one detail I wish to be made plain to all the horsemen." said Manager Drown. "All purses at Oriental Iark will be paid in United Stales gold. This is to counteract rumors to the contrary. They emanated from ill-informed persons, as all purses won by the horses at Oriental Iark Will he in rutted States exchange." Another detail in connection with the meeting which was made plain to the horse owners and all other racing folk, is that the racing publications f tlie Inited States which usuallv publish form charts of winter race meetings, will report the results of the daily racing at Oriental Iark in the usual way. The complete ollicial list of the horsemen and tha number of thoroughbreds in each stable, which will leave Palmetto Iark for Havana at the end of the present meeting follows: It is the lirst authorized statement of the kind issued bv the Cuba-Americnn Jockey Club and Is authentic to the last horse: II. G. Itedwell, 20; .1. Stephenson, 2; John .1. Me- utterly, 2: J. . Talbott. 10: Thomas J. Edward, 1!; George Fraley. 2: Ieler Stire. 1: W. C. Capps 3: C. Deed. 2; J. W. Hedriek, 12; p. o. Singer, 3; G. 11. Dryson. 3; W. 1. Fine, 5; J. J. Walter 1: Charles S. Wilson, 1; W. A. Durttschell, 5; J. S. Gwnbey, 5; Jaius Arthur. 12; K. I,. Kitzirernld, 5; L. J. Carey. :;; S. K. Howser. 1; Andrew G. Blake-ley. i; James S. Evernian, 13: II. Neustadtor. 2; Diehard Pending, ::: John W. Pangle, -1; K Tru liiau, 3; John llogan. I-;. jf. Parsons. 2; W. M. Dirnie, 1; G. Phillips, 2: M. Hums, 3; .Mrs. G. M. Gray. 1; G. W. J. Dissell. S; W. V. Casev, 2; C. C. Capps, 4; Frank 17. Drown, 4: J. .1. Mahonev, 1-George Wlentworth, T: W. D. Mitchell, 1: II. Ilerdci! 2; ,T. McCarthy. 2: W. Gargan. ::: A. T. Evans 3: G. Palmer, 3: Frank Hector, 1; II. K. Brandt, i-I. I. Winfrey. 2: J. r. Sweeney. 4: L. Marline, : T. P. Hayes. 4: .1. e. Xash. l; i;. is. .Eithis, 2; II. P. Dodson. ::: C. A. Matlock. 1; G. M. Ridge, 2: William Walker. S: J. L. Jones, 3; P. Phillips, 1; .Mnrtln Foley, 2; M. Jordan, 4; J. E. Harrison. 2: W. J. Melllmurray. 10; A. F. Dayton, 13; Moso .Tntobsoii, 4: D. Vititoe. 4; J. M. Gtiode, 7; W. Short, 1: Cheek and Martin, 4; W. Fenchter. 1: W. Raymond. 1: It. B. Stelle. 4; Thomas F. Sheedy, G: A. B. Davidson. : X. Mack. 1: W. C. Westmore- 3; J. I . Strode, ;!; .1. G. Wagnon. 2; Wavnu Lewis, 2; J. M. Stowo, 2; A. W. Hoots, ::; G.ll. Ilalid. Gelger. 1: G. C. Pons, 1; C. I.. Mackev, 1; Frank Bray. 2; C. E. Kogers. 5; J. W. Johnson, 4: W. 11. Baker, it: A. it. Bresler. 5: A. Zimmer. i: Law kleiice and Comstock, 14. This list totals :S49 and is in addition to the stables of Phil Hyanis, W. E. Sugga and .Miss A. M. Marrone. which have nlrcadv been shipped from New York by steamer to Havana. OUter additions to the ranks of tli. owners at Oriental Park will come from Kentucky and other points, so there will be an abundance of . horse-. fr Ihe carrying on of the mt-iting. Jockeys who will ride at Oriental Park and have already signified their intention of leaving at tlit conclusion of the present meeting are as follow. C. Fairbrother, ,T. .McCahey, and J. Butwell. who will leave their homes this week for Cuba, and the following now at Palmetto Park: Guy Burns, C. Peak. II. Wolfe, S. Davis, D. Connelly. ,T. Hanover. A. Nicklatis, II. Snyder. F. Keogh, T. Nolan, C. Turner, W. Obert. C. Miller, J. Counors, J. Dreyer. J. Smyth. W. Hinpby. F. Robinson, V. Ural. F. Coleman. R. Shilling. W. Wolstenholm, A. Collins. F. Hopkins, F. Teahan, M. Nathan and a dozen others. In letters received by turfmen already at the course, including T. P. Hayes, unstinted praise i.-s accorded Oriental Parks natural- advantages and architectural splendor, "its the finest track you ever set your foot upon," Manager Drown has been telling tlie turfmen here.

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