Ten Quincy Stable Horses: Leave New York for Pimlico--Trainers Deserting Gravesend for Racing Points., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-01


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TEN QUINCY STABLE HORSES Leave New York for Pimlico Trainers De ¬ serting Gravesend for Racing Points PointsNEW NEW YOKK N Y April 30 James Fitzsim mons shipped ten of the Quincy Stable horses to Pimlico yesterday The remainder of the string will he transferred from Gravesend to Aqueduct next week Sulphur Sobrigade and Super the three Dosoris Stable standard bearers which wintered with the Qnincy outfit will be turned over to F A Herold for training upon his arrival from Havre de Grace GraceThe The transfer of the Quincy Stable from Graves end will inaugurate a general exodus and in another week the track will be practically deserted Jack Goldsborongh will ship C A Stonehams horses to Aqueduct on Monday Fifteen make up this siring The older horses are Recount The Young Cavalier Prince James Star Shell and the recent acquisitions from R T Wilson Yellow Hand and Dry Moon MoonNine Nine twoyearolds complete the Stoneham horses in care of trainer Goldsborough but Billy Barton the Cuban Derby winner probably will come East to Join the stable after he has filled his engagement in the Kentucky Derby DerbyOthers Others planning to quit Gravesend within a few days are John Mayberry W S House Ernest Sietas and Frank Taylor All of these are destined for Jamaica except Mr House who goes to Belmont Park Mayberry has twelve head belonging to Joseph Manone Six of them are twoyearolds House has six in his charge belonging to A R Lawson Sietas is handling his own string con ¬ sisting of Tufter Elected II Jamaica Belle and two juveniles The J J Hallenbeck horses in charge of trainer Taylor include Sunnyland Sal vestra Lunetta Birthday and six youngsters

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