Napa Farm Two-Year-Olds: Fifteen Shipped to Jamaica After Showing Unusual Promise in Training., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-22


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NAPA FARM TWOYEAROLDS Fifteen Shipped to Jamaica After Showing Unusual Promise in Training BY F L McKENNEY McKENNEYSAN SAN FRANCISCO Gal April 21 The outo door colts of A B Spreckels have been shipped from Pleasanton to Jamaica More interest at ¬ taches to tliis band of Napa Stock Farm twoyear olds than any of the score of shipments that have been made in the history of the California breeding establishment The youngsters were sent down from Napa to Pleasanton when still yearlings and have been brought to racing condition gradually But every one is fit and hard and ready to run for the proverbial kings ransom ransomKeeping Keeping the Spreckels horses hehe until the mid ¬ dle of April is a radical departure from the cus ¬ tom of other years The practice has been to race them at a winter track and then ship them to New York in the spring Owner and trainer are satisfied however that the right course for the perfect development of the young thoroughbreds was pursued this year My colts are prepared to run now said trainer C W Bill Carroll while loading the band on the cars Just let the easterners trot out their colts Well give the best they have a rub rubA A few days prior to the leave taking owner Spreckels sav some workouts that fairly amazed him The colts have galloped all winter on the training track at Pleasanton which is inside the main course The track is deep and its frequent turns make it anything but the setting for fast time Still the sons and daughters of Runnymede found little trouble in showing halves in better than 50 which is equal to better than 48 elsewhere While the Spreckles party was at Pleasanton a movie man came along and snapped a number of pictures of the horses in action Good offers have been made for some of the twoyearolds notably Runstar a handsome colt by Runnymede from the Salvation mare Salvatrix SalvatrixThe The colts have been raised in the open They hardly knew what it was to be in a stall at Napa only going into the boxes in the morning foe their grain At Pleasanton they have been kept iii spacioua paddocks most of the time Even after the morning work instead of being walked about the sheds they were turned out in the large inclosure to cool out outThats Thats getting close to nature and thats what makes winners said W W Mendenhall the well known horseman on returning from Pleasanton after seeing the Spreckels youngsters All that leading of horses around after galloping is non ¬ sense Turn them out in a paddock when you take the saddle off and youll not have any sore or coughing horses on your hands handsThe The twoyearolds sent to Jamaica are areCazadora Cazadora br f by Ituiinymedc Abbaa by Big Chief ChiefManheim Manheim br c by Voorhecs Breslau by Uncle UncleRunnyol Runnyol ch c by Runnymede Olathe by Soli ¬ taire II IIAvispa Avispa ch f by Runnymede Napa Girl by Solitaire II IIRunfra Runfra ch c by Runnymede Zafra by Soli ¬ taire II IIVoogeria Voogeria br f by Voorhces Egeria by Clif ¬ ford fordRazon Razon ch f by Runnymede Micco by Star Shoot ShootMay May S ch f by Kunnymede Pourquoi by Star Shoot ShootRunnura Runnura ch f by Runnymede Ventura by Ptiryear D DRubula Rubula ch f by Runnymede Nanna by Pur year D DTikeii Tikeii br c by Voorhees Meana by Puryear D DRussula Russula ch f by Runnymede Handsome Flor FlorSelota Selota ch 1 by Runnymede Lady Atheling by Atheling AthelingRunstar Runstar ch c by Runnymede Salvatrix by Salvation SalvationMorvich Morvich br c by Runnymede Hymir by Dr Leggo LeggoA A half dozen older horses were taken along with the fifteen twoyearolds

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