Whitney Stable of 1921: Most Formidable Stable of Race Horses in America, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-16


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WHITNEY STABLE OF 1921 * Most Formidable Stable of Race Horses in America. « Forty-Three Horses Preparing1 for This Years Racing at j Red Bank, N. J. — — • NKW TASK, X. V.. February 13.— The Whitney Stable of i will be ii large aad fonnMaWf one j ■ It is likely l Agate importantly in racing el "j tlio Metropolitan districts, K lit ii ky and Canada.; It is said to be Mm i ■ i . • -i • t iuu ..f .lame- Bowe, it-■ ■ , trainer and manager as keea ;i character as tin j American turf has ever developed am! one who ; Knows racial in all lis corners -to greatly expand tin- tmgWHtu of the hor-c- in the stable. ■ ! I specially in the W si. Tin horses m known to be going wi 11 and to I In farther advanced than usual in the phciionme-naP.y " grateful weather of ;hi- winter. They m all ill the Whitney quarters at Fed Itank. N. J., • i | ami Mr. Etowe lias been especially busy witli tlioni 1 1 | all winter. From Ingest reports there an- forty - three horses] 1 1 in iitiiil |iie|i:ir:il ion at Ki-il Hank from which iji the best are to ■ raced this year. of these I eighteen are three and four-year-olds. The latter r | | division of five ineliules the best that is left of: the three-year-olds in the racing if lilln outside | the champion Man o* War. which. Of twa i iliiininaieil his dans. .Iiihn 1". Brier, Wildnir. Dr. Clark and I7psni are I I formidable i|tiartet for the stakes and handi- | caps uf the loiiiin raciiiir season. With Man o War mil of the way these four stem to outclass the known company they will be ealled qM to llleel. In the same Whitney "roup is Damask, lower r of class, hoi a reliable four-year-old uf the second 1 grade. There are thirteen three-year-olds in the Whitney f Stable, headed by the youthful champion of IBS*. Tryster. Resides the Peter Ian -Tryst coll there i are eight three year-old colts of the second and third grade. Some of this group, rack as Broom -spun. - Ararat, Dartmoor and Exodus or csshan - ally hinted last year at such age iniprovenieiit as s 1o make fine three-year-olds. The foreign bred 1 Tis 1 n ni a sliced wonder in work last year, • but did not stand hard preparation, lie is doing "J well. In addition there are four three -year-old fillies in the stable. Tindery was nearly first t j class last year and is doing well enough to develop p into a thoroughly rood young man. The eyes of the American racing world, however, - are on the two-year-olds which Mr. Howe t has at lied Hank. None has been named at this I Writing. It is an especially fine band of youngster- taken "by and large** as the saying is. There t are twenty-five in the Bed Hank barns. There » arc a good many relatives among them of horses i which bare earned fame in the Whitney blue and 1 brown, or red. or green. Here is a list of the horses in the Whitney F stable of 1821, so far as they are known. Tin-first groan is made up of the two year olds, all of f which will be na; 1 before the end of February: Harry Payne Whitney. Owner. ! Trainer. James Howe: jockey. Clarence Kummer. • ! Chestnut filly. 1. by BfeaMsmstick— Baksheesh, by , I ! Hamburg. . Chestnut filly. 2. by Hrn. unstick -Courage, by Hamharg. Hav colt. 2, by Hroomstick First Flight, bv , Thrush. Hay filly. •_. by Hroomstick Starling, by Hamburg. Hay fillv, i. by Spanish Prince II. Manzanita. by Meddler. Cheat aat filly, 2, by Pcaaaal Enchanting, by SI. Vietrix. Hay cult. 2, by Pennant FriUerjr, by Hroomstick. Chestnut filly. 1. by Pennant— Begret, by Hroomstick. Chestnut filly. L. by lennant .Mrs. Trubbel, by j Hamburg. Chestnut filly. 1. by" lennant Bath Law. by i Hroomstick. Hay or brown colt. 1. bv Peter Ian -Hubble, bv 1 All Cold. Black or brown filly, i by Peter Pan Pell* 1 Flinders, by I.urgomaster. Hay colt. 2, by Peter Paa — Falderal, by Barge-master. Hay colt. L*. by Peter Ian— Adroit, by P.ioom-stick. Hay colt. 1*. by Peter Pan— Florence, bv Mae-donalil II. Black filly. L . by Peter Ian Yankee Girl, by-Sir Dixon. Chestnut roll 2, by Whisk Br i II iaaagaral, by Voter. i hist, mi filly, o |,v vhisk Bream II. — Darelet, by Filer Pan. Hay filly. 1. by Wl.isk Bra am II. Hainy Daisy. • by iiamburg. Chestnut filly. • by Whisk Broom II. Sylvan, by Disguise. Hay filly. 2, br Bahelai* Balaacoire II.. bv * Meddler. Bmck filly. 2, by All Bold Tryst, by St. Amant. - I i Brown roit, l. bv Boy a I Bagle l*aradise II., by M Adam. chesinui c.,it. L. by Whisk Broom II. or Thna-1 " I I d ret Pankbarst, by Voter. Hay ci. It. J |n Brooms tk-h Spun :lass. by Bock Band. I I I oiler herses are a- Misers: I John ! Crier. Hi. I. by Vfhisk BrOOm II Wonder, bv DlHgalse. Wii.i.nr. b r, I. by Br ii-iick v.riiiiic. by 1 Peter Fan i psei. rb, e. i. by Whisk Br ism H. Paakharst, by Voter. Damask, br. e 1. by All B«4d Crinoline n., by r Brooms! lek. Br. clark. eh. g. 4. by Biotaastsrh Paaasine, by ■ Pelar Fau. • * I - i M I " I I I 1 r ■ Tryster, Hk. ••. :;. by Peter Paa— Tryst, by si. Amant. Broomspnn, b. e, 3. by Broomstick spun cla-s, b] Bock Sand. Kxoiius. ch. c :, by Peter Fan First Flight, bj Thrush. Moody. i . c ::. by Broomstick Contrary, bj Hamharg. Ararat, br. r, 8, by Hroomstick Dovehl. b] Peter Fan. Dartmoor, ch. c, 8, by Whisk Broom 11 Paakharst, by Voter. WeUflnder, ch. r, 3. by Broomstick Wonder, by Disguise. lireenlaad, ch. c, 8, by Bi isttck Han a. by Iiamburg. Prudery, br f. ::. by Fete i*.,,, i ,,||v Flinders, bj Bni gamester. Crocus, b. f. 3. by Broomstick laaagnral, by Voter. Charity br. f. 3. by Whisk Broom II. Baksheesh, by Hamburg Film ess Psmtsra, ch. f. 3. by Peter Fan Qaeea of Hearts, by Hamlsarg. Dis Done. b. c. 3. by ■Sardanapale Lady Him burg II.. by Hamburg.

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