Paumonok Candidates Given Work: Hollister Shows Best of a Number Seat the Three-Quarters Route., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-14


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PAUMONOK CANDIDATES GIVEN WORK Hollistcr Shows Best of a Number Sent tho Three Quarters Route NEW YORK N Y May 13 Quite a few horses did their final work today for the Pauinonok Hanclicap the feature of the opening day lit Ja ¬ maica on the training track at Belmoiit Park There was nothing done what one might call im ¬ pressive Hollisters work was the best of the day covering threequarters in 114 It seems that lie will be the only starter from the Ma comber stable He is thoroughly fit fitElfin Elfin Queen and Thunderclap were sent three quarters in 110 turning the first quarter in 24 and the half in 48 The filly appears a trifle high and is quite speedy but may not be quite ready for the Pauinonok PauinonokRichard Richard Curmati gave The Hoy threequarters in company with Startling in 115 Abadano frLm the G D Widener stable ran threequarters i 110 and Lanius from the same stable was sent a mile It mileIt is probable Abadano will carry the Widener colors in the Paumonok Tom Welch sent his three eligibles Tronipe La Mort Naturalist and Grimal ¬ kin a mile in 140 It was a good move for all three but he did not intimate which one if any would go in the Pauinonok PauinonokThomas Thomas Healy gave Hannibal easy work for the Pjuimonok presumably This colt looks mighty good mid should tlie track be heavy may be a factor factorAmong Among those that have been raced and are likely to start in the race are Jack Hare Jr LioipdOr Routledge Papy Motor Cop and Old Rosebud All these are tuned up Most all the stables that have been racing in Maryland are back again or on their way except ¬ ing the few that are Well encaged iii the Prcakness and Oaks to be run at Pimlico this week weekJohn John E Madden has a long string of twoyear olds taking their education at Bclmont Park Two of the youngsters are especially noticeable an un ¬ named colt by Ogden Round the World and Roiilcau by Tracery Royal Coinage Judging from their work they will be shown in the earlier stakes at BelmoUt Park ParkJohn John Sanford has procured the last booking for Tracerys 1920 season for one of his English mares lie lias not yet decided which it will be Tracerys foe for 1920 has been increased to 300 guineas 1500

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