Ready For Racing At Cheyenne: Many Horses Already on Ground--Two Horses Are Well Sold., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-29


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READY FOR RACING AT CHEYENNE Many Horses Already on Ground Two Horses Are Well Sold CHEYENNE Wyo July 28 There are already stabled at Frontier Park over 250 horses many of which are of good class and by August 2 which is the opening day more are expected expectedSucli Sucli horses as Hamilton A Dr Samuel Roches ¬ ter Roscoe Goose Sweet Alyssum Capt March mont Myrtle A Roadinaster Mex Bas Blanc Ambuscade Dehra Toy Miss Thirty Seven Leta Hazel Dale Ringleader Sauer Curlicue Choir ¬ master Duke of Wellington and others will be entered and with the large number of selling platers to race for the lesser purses the races should fill to capacity capacityAmong Among the jockeys here are Koppleman Westen holm Lilley Hlleman and Mulcahey Over forty western riders are expected expectedGeorge George Drumhiller a cattleman from Walla Walla Washington has bought from John Strite the horses Capt Marchmont and Roscoe Goose Mr Drumhiller paid 2500 for the two and contemplates adding more to his stable He offered Strite 7500 for Hamilton A which is held at 10000 Prices for horses are higher in this part of the country countryGeorge George Wingfield the millionaire breeder and mining man who hails from Reno Nevada has a stable of two and threeyearolds here under trainer Walter Heath The star of the string is said to be a speedy twoyearold chestnut colt by Honey wood Shasta Water WaterJames James Haleyi who will do the starting here is an early arrival and has already started practice work for the horses

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