Interest in Eastern Two-Year-Olds, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-20


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INTEREST IN EASTERN TWO-YEAR-OLDS NEW YORK, N. Y., January 19. Considerable interest is already being displayed in the two-year-olds quartered at the Long Island tracks. . There are said to be several speedy youngsters wintering at Belmont Park and Gravesend. W. II. Karrick has a big string of juveniles in charge, the property of H. K. Knapp and Wi It. Coe. J. E. Widener also possesses one or two good prospects. What is considered a formidable stable is in the hands of William Hogan, who introduced Dunboyne last year. There are probably fifteen in the Hogan group, and those which have had an opportunity to look them over declare them to be quite out of the ordinary. A. K. Macomlier has but a handful, as it were, though many times a really good horse is developed from a small collection. Commander J. K. L. Ross has about fourteen that can be termed good prospects at his farm in Maryland. Unfortunately Major August Belmont sold all his yearlings at Saratoga last August and will hardly be represented in the two-year-old stakes; in fact, at this writing Major Iielntont has but one horse hi his stable, Man :iatier, hence 1919 might be termed a vacation for . the scarlet aud maroon colors.

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