Beach Stable Strongly Fortified: Sunny Slope and Flags Head Establishment Which Will Open 1919 Season at Havre de Grace., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-09


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BEACH STABLE STRONGLY FORTIFIED Sunny Slope and Flags Head Establishment Which Will Open 1919 Season at Havre de Grace HAVRE DE GRACE Md April 8 The Beach Stable ten strong will ship from Laurel Park to Havre de Grace this week and every member of it is about ready for the colors Perry Winfrey ha had The Beach Stable horses since the latter part of February The ElwellPendleton campaigners were in splendid winter condition when they were delivered to him at Benning track by Richard F Carman and Winfrey lias not missed an oppor ¬ tunity for training offered by the good weather of the last ten weeks His horses are as near racing condition as any at Laurel Park ParkSunny Sunny Slope is the most distinguished member of The Beacli Stable and his racing at Havre de Grace will be part of his preparation for the coming re ¬ newal of the 5000 Pimlico Spring Handicap and a campaign on the metropolitan tracks The Beacli Stable will not go west this year Sunny Slope will find himself in familiar environments at Pimlico He trained there last spring and won the last race of the opening day of the May meeting of 1918 and two weeks later ran a bang up race in the Preakness PreaknessFlags Flags a brilliantly fast son of Whisk Broom II Inaugural began his racing career at Pimlico last spring and grew from a green niaiden into one of the fleetest of the threeyearold sprinters The Beach Stable acquired Flags at the dispersal sale of the Brighton Stable last fall and won him out at Pimlico in November when he beat Jock Scot and some others in a sprint of threequarters of a mile which distance lie covered in 111 Flags will cut a big figure in Havre de Grace racing this spring because a lot of attention will be paid to races at sprinting distances distancesWyndover Wyndover a son of Free Lance Himera the best threeyearold colt of the stable has matured into a likely looking thoroughbred The three yearold filly Groundswell a New Yorkbred daughter of Whisk Broom II Rockwater will race early as will also Jusqu an Bout which was in winning form at Bowie last fall

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