Havre Opens on Thursday: Maryland Fall Season to Begin Under Promising Auspices, Daily Racing Form, 1919-09-10


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HAVRE OPENS ON THURSDAY ! J Maryland Fall Season to Begin Under Promising Auspices. Star Racers of the East to Meet in ,000 Harford Handicap, Inaugural Day Feature. HAVRE DE GRACE, Mil., September 9. What promises to be tlie greatest race meeting conducted under the auspices of the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association will begin Tliursday, inaugurating the fall season of racing in Maryland. Four valuable stake races feature the Havre de Grace program, three of which have 0,000 added, the other being of ,000 added. The latter event is the Harford County Handicap and it will be the opening day attraction. For this race such as Sun Briar, Exterminator, Cudgel, Midway, The , Porter, Bo Frank, Slippery Elm and other high-class horses have been pointed and a crack field is certain to contest for the prize. The best horses that ever raced at this track are here in training and some wonderful sport is in prospect. Among the horsemen who have got in from Saratoga hist week with seasoned thoroughbreds are Jerry Carroll, Harry Kites, Miller Henderson, James Arthur, X. K. Beal, John Farrell, G. W. Forman and Richard. Pending. The arrival -of these-horsemen with their thoroughbred charges lias increased the colony of racers to above 500 and many more horses are arriving daily. The best flat runner in the Carroll stable is the three-year-old Translate, a Maryland-bred son of Transvaal Eustis, which Robert Walden sold to Howard Marshall in the spring. Translate was turned over to Carroll for training. He lias not started recently, but trained satisfactorily at Saratoga and-he is to be the Marshall candidate for the 0,000 Potomac Stakes, the feature of next Saturdays card. TRANSLATE FOR LATONIA CHAMPIONSHIP. After running in the Potomac, Translate will be pointed for the 0,000 Latonia Championship, a race of a mile and three-quarters that will be run for the first time at Latonia in October. W. R. Coes Bet, the Virginia-bred steeplechaser that won the 0,000 Manly Memorial Steeplechase at Pimlico" last fall, is in Carrolls charge and she will be trained here for another effort to win the ricli cross-country prize. Rites has brought another formidable Manly Memorial candidate to Havre de Grace for schooling in J. E. Griffiths The Brook, acknowledged champion jumper of the year. With The Brook lie lias brought the three-year-old Gatli, a promising fencer, and the selling platers Ballast, Amackassin and Katie Canal. Henderson is id charge of the Ogden Stable, the best performers of which are Looking Up. Beaverkill and Rifle. Reaverkill is to be the Ogden Stables candidate for the Harford County and Havre -de Grace Handicaps, lie is a son of Ogden and an exceptionally good mud. runner. In the 0,000 Kentucky Handicap, which was run at Churchill Downs last spring, Beaverkill separated Midway and Exterminator. Young Clifford Robinson, who was about the best lightweight rider in the west through the spring and summer, will ride for Henderson and for Capt. Ral Parr of Baltimore. Bondage,. Bolster and Lord Herbert are the best performers" of the Arthur band. X. K. Beal has brought back to Maryland the good two-year-olds Kallipolis, winner of the Pimlico Spring Juvenile Stakes; Sandy Beal, a winner at Saratoga, and Murray.-- Clean -Gone and Wisest Fool are John Farrells bread winners, and Hauberk is the most distinguished member of the Forman stable. Hauberk is in fine form this year. The veteran son of Martinet won at botli Yonkers and Saratoga.

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