W. H. Karricks Plans for next Year: Will Train Flat Racers Belonging to W. R. Coe, While J. Carroll Handles the Jumpers, Daily Racing Form, 1917-12-17


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W. H. KARRICKS PLANS FOR. NEXT YEAR Will Train Flat Racers Belonging to W. R. Coe, while J. Carroll Handles the Jumpers. New York, December 16. The death of the late Schuyler L. Parsons has partially emptied the stable of AA Hi Karrick, who had care of the Parsons and Knapp horses at Delmont Park.. Arrangements were made yesterday by which Karrick will take over all the flat racers belonging to AV. R. Coe. Mr. Coes jumpers will be cared for by Jere Carroll, who has heretofore had charge of the entire string. Jockey Buxton will leave for New Orleans this week and will probably ride as a free lance, though he. will have the mount on all the horses in care of .William Clancy. The breaking up of the James AA Corrigan stable of horses, was a surprise to horsemen here. After Price McKinney sold out his interests in the AAlck-liffe- Stable to his partner Mr. Corrigan, it was believed the latter would become one of the shining stars of tlie turf world and he probably would have been, but for the unexpected death of his friend and adviser the late Oscar Lewisohn. Quite a number of owners and trainers here will make the trip to Kentucky the day of the sale, anticipating bargains in the way of young horses, owing to the great number to be sold. Jacob Pincus, one of the oldest living trainers, and who rode as a jockey in the late fifties and early sixties, has been in the Dellevue Hospital for tlie past few days. The resident physician reports his trouble not serious. Mr. Pincus is Hearing, if not past his seventy-fifth year. It was lie who prepared Mr. Lorillards Iroquois when lie won the Epsom Derby in 1881, as well as many other notable horses for the same owner. For the past fifteen years Mr. Pincus has not been identified closely with turf affairs, though almost a daily visitor at the local tracks. The next time Crimper will enrry colors it will be in a steeplechase In all probability. Ral Parr has decided to try lihn over the jumps. He is bslng schooled on W. Garths Virginia farm. Al- Koenigsburg left for New Orleans last week by boat and expected to arrive there yesterday.

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