Walker Yearlings Shipped To Spa: Two Likely Looking Youngsters Are to Be Placed Under Hammer--Maryland Track Plans., Daily Racing Form, 1918-08-02


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WALKER YEARLINGS SHIPPED TO SPA Two Likely Looking Youngsters Are t Bev Placed Under Hammer Maryland Track Plans PlansNow Now York August 1 Capt Philip M Walker U S A retired has shipped two yearlings from his farm in the Valley of Virginia to the Saratoga sales They are a chestnut coltl y Celt dam Bal Ict Girl and a bay colt by limmmel dam Prinzes sin The Ballet Girl colt is a halfbrother of Ed ¬ ward Beale McLeans crack threeyearold The Porter a winner in Maryland and Kentucky and a prospective contestant for the threeyearold championship which will be fought out at Saratoga SaratogaCapt Capt Walker is devoting most of his attention to breeding horses now and he is building up a stud of considerable dimensions at Boycc Va During the last few years he has been breeding to the stal ¬ lions Bard of Hope and Madrigallian MadrigallianBobert Bobert Waldcn who is training and managing the stable of Alfred Ilennen Morris in which he has a half interest will ship to his Bowling Brook Farm near Middleburg Mil in a few days At Bowling Brook Farm where there is a fine covered track lie will prepare his horses for the coming September meeting of the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association at Havre de Grace The Morris Walden stable began racing at Pimlico in the spring and after the windup of the Maryland Jockey Clubs May meeting shipped to Kentucky KentuckyIn In Quietude a daughter of Dalhousie Tabouret Mr Walden has developed a threeyearold filly of high class and in Ticklish a big bay son of King James Tickle and a winner at Latonia he has uncovered a twoyearold of much promise promiseTICKLISH TICKLISH HAS GEE AT SPEED SPEEDTicklish Ticklish lias an astonishing flight of speed He has covered a half mile in 46 seconds since his ar ¬ rival from Kentucky The twoyearold Translate a son of Transvaal Eustis which has figured in the racing returns at Yonkers this last week does not appear to be possessed of so quick a turn of speed but he acts like a long distance runner A flashy black Translate makes a fine appearance on dress parade He is to be the Walden candidate for the coming renewal of the 5000 Walden Stakes Pimlicos mile dash for twoyearolds twoyearoldsThe The Walden was won last fall by War Cloud the winner this year of the Dwyer Stakes alsoof one of the divisions of the Preakncss Mr Walden and Mr Morris are more interested in Translate than in any of their other twoyearolds Translates sire Transvaal a son of Commando Koyal Bose and a halfbrother of Pennant and of the sprinter Iron Mask is now the head of the MorrisWalden Stud at Bowling Brook Farm On behalf of the Maryland Jockey Club in which he is one of the principal stockholders 3In Walden recently presented the Red Cross organization of Carroll County Maryland the sum o 2500 This money is to be devoted to the relief of the suffer ¬ ings of the soldiers and sailors of the entente allies who are fighting the battle of civilization in Europe and Asia Minor and on the high seas seasFollowing Following the example of Abncr Cloptqn G B Bryson will ship his stable to Havre de Grace on Friday cr Saturday At the Harford County track he will freshen his charges for the September meeting Flittergold which ran Omar Khayyam to a head in the Havre de Grace Handicap last fall is the most formidable member of the Bryson string and he bears the familiar Brysoii colors once more as the Potomac Stable combination lias been dis ¬ solved J T Timmerman of Washington having retired from tiie partnership partnershipThe The gelding Commander a son of Broomstick Polly Flinders is the fastest twoyearold of the Bryson string Other useful members are Milkman Sky Pilot Wood Aiolet Scorpii and Baby Lynch LynchGeneral General Manager Edward Burke and his track superintendent Lawrence Burke are already at Havre de Grace and the course will be ready for use by such New York stables as have planned to ship there

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