Sharp Saratoga Gossip: Speedy Gnome Training Satisfactorily-Unbeaten My Reverie an Arrival, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-27


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I ; i . : SHARP SARATOGA GOSSIP 3 Speedy Gnome Training Satisfactorily Unbeaten I- My Reverie an Arrival. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.. July 2G. The e thoroughbred colony at the local track has almost t reached the ."00 mark now and the daily increase is noticeable in the mornings by the large number r of horses out for exercise. There are as many more yet to come as are on hand now, the majority of If them from Empire City. Only a few will be sent lt here from Tanada and these will not arrive until ., the local meeting gets under way, as they will 11 await the windup at Devonshire. The main track again was at its best this morn- ing and fast gallops were in order. One of the , best moves of the day was that of Gnome, Samuel ,j Ross veteran campaigner, which galloped a mile it, in 1:42 and pulled up an additional eighth in 1 :."i7. . He was never fully extended. The Oklahoma training track likewise was the e scene of considerable activity today, but the course 0 there is fairly deep in dust and fast works were . out of the question. Trainer Ed Trotter brought twenty-two of the 0 Florisant Stables horses here from Latoniu. He sent General Average and Troilus to Lexington to 0 be turned out for the summer. The latter was fired just before the close of the Latonia meeting. ; Mose Lowenstein and .1. C. Calm returned from ;," Empire City, where they took in several days ., racing. Lowenstein left Paul Weidel at Latonia with his Brother Jake and said that he has received encouraging reports as to his condition. 1 It was at first thought that he would have to be destroyed. Eugene Wayland was an arrival from Empire City. Careful will be shipped here tomorrow. Frank Shannon was another to get in from Yonkers today. He made the trip via motor. Trainer D. R. McDaniel brought here tin? R. J. Brown horses, including the unbeaten My Reverie, - from Empire City today. Including the consignment of yearlings for the L auction sales, trainer Hollie Hughes now has thirty-four of the John Sanford horses under his care here. Twenty-two are in active training. P. M. lturch will ship the division of the Sanford outfit J now at Empire here within a few days. George Slrate is daily awaiting the arrival of f twenty-two more of the J. II. Rosseter horses from n California. Sixteen of them art? yearlings and the t, other fix brood marcs. Strate has eighteen under r his care now. Joseph P. Murphy of St. Louis came in from Windsor. He reports that quite a few racing enthusiasts will journey here when Kcnilworth closes. The steeplechase course on the main track lias not been opened yet, and the jumpers arc being ; schooled at the Oklahoma training course. There are more fencers on hand this year than ever r before.

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