Belmont Course Is Ready: Main Course Will Be Open Today for Training Gallops.; Major G. A. Cochran Home From France--Coughing Spell Among Horses Over--News Notes., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-22


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BELMONT COURSE IS READY Main Course Will Be Open Today for Training Gallops Major G A Cochran Home From FromFrance France Coughing Spell Among AmongHorses Horses Over News Notes XEW YORK X Y March 21 The work of r oiling he entire main course at Belmont Park is done A large force of men tackled and finished the job early in the week The track posts have been reset and only the rails remain to be put up The material is ready and lomornrw the horses will work on the main track and the training track will be closed and get its much needed re ¬ pairs pairsTraining Training work at Belmont is active nowadays an trainers consider that the horses are thirty days ahead in condition as compared with last year yearThe The steel work of the new Belmont stands is about finished and now the new stairways and platforms of cement are being put in inThe The coughing spell among the horses in the sta ¬ bles was not sericus aud is about over The af ¬ fected horses in T J llealeys barns are at work again and those in the Gerry AVidener Hirsch and Loft stables only slightly affected are about nor ¬ mal malKenneth Kenneth Karrick is back from Cuba Jockey F AVilson in following and will be here today Both are to work among the horses of the Knapp and Coe stables at Belmont Kenneth will have them in charge until Ills father is well enough to resume his work The honec he raced in Cuba are MvU there but will come on in a few days They won 8800 during their campaign there thereMajor Major Gifford A Cochran reached Xew York from Kurope Thursday on the Olympic He has been in France all winter He visited his horses at Belmont Park Friday and was greatly pleased with their condition Dan ONeill has had the Cochran horses all winter The stable jockey B Kennedy has been given permission by Major Cochran to stay in Cuba and ride Billy Barton for Chas A Stoncham in the Cuban Derby to be run at Oriental Park Sunday March 27 Kennedy is to report at Belmont Park April 2 2ROYCE ROYCE ROOLS AT BELMONX PARK PARKA A K Maeombers Boyce Rools is at Belmont Park iu thestable of George Strate manager of the Bosseter racing stable The fast gelding has wintered at the Shults farm in New Jersey JerseyMr Mr Rossetcrs fine mare Passing Shower which raced here last year is at Idle Hour Farm in Kentucky with her brown colt by Friar Bock She will be bred this year to Brown Prince The latter sire is to be used for but seven outside mares this year The HeadleyJohnsouMiller English importation is much in demand His services were doubly applied for forTrainer Trainer AAilliam Booth of the Bedstone Stable was severely bitten in the left hand Saturday morning by Monastery the threeyearold Friar Kock gelding which is a bit of a savage though promising It was Monastery for which Sam C Hildreth offered 20000 after he had shown some smart work He had a particularly fine way of going last year yearWilliam William Woodard Miss AAoodard and P A Clark were at Belmont Park Saturday to see their horses exercise under Jack McCormacks eye The best of tnese were Dunboyne Nancy Lee La Rablee Flambette and Kxterminators halfsister Kxtermi nate by Iltlmus Fair Kmpress KmpressMessrs Messrs Fred Johnson and Charles Schwartz were out to see the horses at Belmont Iark Saturday morning morningNaturalist Naturalist oddly for him is taking kfndly to his work of preparation this spring The old French ¬ man looks well and moves as smoothly as ever

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