Ral Parrs Racing Plans: Stable Will be Shipped from Benning to Havre De Grace, Daily Racing Form, 1918-04-06


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RAL PARRS RACING PLANS » Stable Will Be Shipped from Benning to Havre de Grace. — «. — Has Good Band of Older Horses, Including Jumpers, but No Two-Year-Olds. ♦ — Havre de Grace. M 1.. April ."..-Major ltal Parr. ?. S. A.. has just arrived in Italtiniorc from llie far «•■ !. whore lie lias been buying horses for HlC I nited States expeditionary forces in France, and |k- announced today 1 lint tin- stable of racem li«* owns in |Mr1u rship with -I. S. Cesdcn of Baltimore, would he shipped from Denning to Havre de Grace next week. Then- are no two-year-olds in the Iarr-Comlen establishment. The horses that will come tn Havre de Grace fioin Kenning to ra -e here under the Parr silks are I iini|HT. The Belgian II.. Man • the Hour. Dr. Muck. Bravado. Nebraska. Royal Arch. Plancy and Coral. 1 hit runner*, and Ballybay. Shannon River. Kobert Oliver. Itoyat Spinner. Mausohis. Warlock and Captain ltrr. jumpers. These horses are going splendidly at Penning and they will Im* r;"ady to do their liest when the races begin at Havre de Grace. • rini|N-r and Man o" the Hour. respectively, candidates for the Iimlico Spring Handicap and the lreaknes* Stakes, an- vastly improved horses and Garth b-lleves they will show their best form ai Havre «le Grace. Steeplechase jockey V. Allen will pilot Garths jumi ers this year. Thomas Shannon has arrived from Hot Springs with the stable of Edward G. Soule. of • alifornia. his best horses lieing Iaddy Whack and Iullux. the plater Stellarina and the three-year-olds lfispondc and Dianthea. Iaddy Whack fclMiwc-. i:.»«t hum nt *aMiim P.lik. JorlH*y~*ni«or. who piloted George W. Avery to victory for the Calumet Stable at Bowie the other day. will ride for Kouh . When Albert Simons brings the stable of Harry-Payne Whitney, which he wintered at Benning track, to Havre de Grace, he will fetch along the three-year-old Cobalt for W. R. Sena rt on. a Boston lawyer, who is planning to go in for racing on rather an extensive scale. Cobalt, a son of the English stallion Willonyx and the American mare Blue Girl. is - ■ far the only member of the Scliartou stnhlc. Mr. Seliarton said at Bowie yesterday that lie would, probably, get a cotirdc of good two-year-olds cut of the Simons division of the Whitney string. Simons has sonic promising youngsters, which an epidemic of influenza prevented getting fit for the Bowie races. due of them. Blue l.-iddic. a son of Cylgad — Blue Girl, is a half-brother ••f otialt. Another. Comfort, is a half-sister of Buskin.

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