Rosseter Stable at Hot Springs, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-12


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ROSSETER STABLE AT HOT SPRINGS HOT SPRINGS, Ark., February 11. Among the recent arrivals here was the stable of J. H. Ros-seter in charge of trainer C. J. Casey. Sixteen horses make up the Rosseter consignment, including Serenest, Passing Shower, Choir Muster, Farni-ingdale. Ragnarok, Rayonuant, Queens Maid; Christie Holters, Squires Daughter and the following two-year-olds: Chestnut filly by Uncle Thirty -third; chestnut colt by Squire Jack Santa Malta; chestnut colt by The Manager Fnncywood: black filly by Rock View Latona; black .filly by Von Tromp Make Good; bay colt by Squire Jack Ber-rills Choice, and the bay filly Lady of the Lake, by Macdonald II. Triomphale. The Rosseter horses came here from New Orleans, and accompanying them were jockeys A. Johnson and H. Hamilton, the stables contract riders. The horses will be giveai a thorough preparation here for their engagements in the east next spring. Some of theni will probably be seen iiuler- colors tit the Oaklawn Park meeting.

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