Records of the Horses Which Raced for the Pleasure and Profit of Owner E. M. Weld in 1918, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-04


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t f RECORDS OF THE HORSES WHICH RACED FOE THE PLEASURE AMD PROFIT OF OWNER E. M. WELD IN 1918 I .J i E. M. Welds stable won 2,600 in 1917 and 2,260 in 1918, so there was no great difference between his stable returns for the -two years. His excellent steeplechaser St. Charlcote was the mainstay of the stable. Another good juniper. The Brook, also rendering good service and finishing second to St. Charlcote in money won. This gelding was acquired by the stable too late in the year to do much for it. Being, as steeplechasing goes, a young horse, he should be even better in 1919 than he was in 1918, when he was about the best steeplechaser of the year. If he does turn out to be the champion it will not be the first time Mr. Weld has possessed such a treasure, his Weldship tilling that position several years for him, although showing plainly in 1918 that he had fallen from his former high estate. The two two-year-olds in the stable did not do great things in racing, but each of them won enough money to help pay its way, the stable record for the year being: Horse. Col. and Sex. A. Pedigree. 1st. 2d. 3d. Won. St. Charlcote ch. g, By St. Savin Charlcote 2 1 2 $ -t,S0 The Brook hr. g, u By Troutbeck Hattie 1 o 0 3,000 Belle o the Sea ch. f, 3 By Seahorse II. Bello 1 1 l Highland Light ch. f, 2 By Seahorse II. Bello l o 0 S!5 Weldship eh. g, 9 By Seahorse II. Moon -daisy 0 3 0 800 LEffare eh. c, 2 By As dAtout hnpetueuse 1 o 700 Chimney Swift b. f. 2 By Sweep Eranata .. 1 0 1 610 Carpet Sweeper b. f, 2 By Sweep Odd-Nymph o 1 1 300 Totals S 0 5 2,260

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