Lieut. G. D. Wideners Two-Year-Olds: Has Eight Promising Young Horses at Belmont Park in Charge of Trainer, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-01


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LIEUT. G. D. WIDENERS TWO-YEAR-OLDS Has Eight Promising Young Horses at Belmont Park in Charge of Trainer A. J. Joyner. XEW YORK. X. Y.. January 31. Leut. 5. D. Widener has eight two-year-olds at Belmont Park in chaigc of trainer A. J. Joyner that will carry his silks this year in the juvenile races over the Maryland and Xew York tracks. Of the foreign-bred youngsters in Ills string Flying Orb, a bny gelding, by Orby Plienicia, is said to be quite promising, while Royal Duck is a colt of" great size and substance, by Royal Realm Duckshot. Beck is a son of Troutbeck Rice Bird and a good looker. End Man is a stout and compactly built son of Black Jester Sunglow, of rather moderate size, but having all the earmarks of a racer. The most impressive looking of the foreigners, however, is the daughter of Prince Palatine Sunshine Girl named LOrpIieline, which lias been entered in several important two-year-old fixtures, Ixith at Belmont Park and Saratoga. Royal Duck is also extensively engaged in the rich juvenile events of the eastern tracks, and is held in high esteem by trainer Joyner. Rambler Rose, a chestnut daughter of Garry Herrmann Rose dOr. is the best looking of the home-hreds, and must have impressed Mr. Joyner favorably, as she is entered in a number of valuable and highly important stakes. White Sox is another home-bred of promise, lieing a son of Garry I Herrmann Xavarres Hope, of good size and quality. The last of the band is Dickie, by Garry Herrmann Ambrosia, a handsome chestnut filly of more than ordinary promise. Besides the two-year-olds Mr. Widener has the good four-year old Lnniu.i. also Almdane, Mistake. Picton and Kwo-ne-Shee to carry his colors in races for horses of more matured age.

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