Wideners French Horses: American Owner Has Splendid Band of Young Horses at His Chantilly Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-16


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v / ■ i ■ , I 1 i i . | i i , , ; 1 ] . | ] . • ; ; j j. I 1 i I I , j I . WIDENEiTS FRENCH HORSES American Owner Has Splendid Band of Young C Horses at His Chantilly Farm. SPKCIAL CORRE8POXINCNCR. PARIS, Frame. December 30. ONeill ami lie- : Gee never lode so .veil as they ilid last yeai and li are believe the wiater before spent in st. Merits b had a lot to do Willi it. Gamer haa gone to spend b the winter with Oeorge Stern and put in a few D months haatiag wild aiga with the pack of houiid-which Stern owns and hunts. McGee will be back e here by the middle of January and will probably S join the Swiss snow colonv. Today at Chaatiltj o we noticed Madame toutltrie. Mr. and Mrs. .1 an . stein and Manpiis de St. 8avear. The were visit a ins the establishments of Ixird Derby. Mr. Widener -and Mr. Stern. It w..s -.unewhat of u family party as Madame Coutnrie. who is the mother-in law [, of the Dm- Decaaes, own- th- Haras de 1- klesail, ■ Bear Le Mans in the Sarthe, and it is she who n raises tile foals and cues lor the mare- of the ti to three owner- mntioncd. The Mar-pii- de St. Sa - p reur. besides being Lord Derby- representative in v Kraace in coaaectioa with hi- racing and hreediag, t i- also the head of th" Coaipagaie Pur Saag, a sort of a Pleach and British bloodstock ageacy. Perhaps this i- a ratker Irish way of explaining Us ; bn-iness. i The party reached Mr. B7ideaer,s stables, the Villa i Glycines, just o the edge ai the famous thaatillj a ;, forest, early in the ■fteraooa. They iaspected the - older horses casually, and took a uood look at the yearlings, now within a day ot being two-year aids. « A sifter .if your old friend Naiuarilst. called Na- | lures Smile, and Sky Scraper, by Sweeper Foafec- tion. the dam of Uacoaibers Peodeaais, were well , looked over, and Orion- Swoid. I egofol. held .lean Stern a bit longer than anal at the door of , the bOX. Jerry Welsh. Mr. wTMeaeri trainer, la- , hi- horses all looking well. They are in winter , quarters and condition of course, but in sack shape that Mr. Stern I PBJplllIU Blld him aad said that he hoped Mr. Widener would have sonic sued wiaaera next year. Welsh said: "Mi. Btera. you know as much as I do alxiit! tiieni: I have aoae nothing except break t hem and caater them; I j.ive • not asked them anything . " Tke Ifarqais de si. Saiiveur -aid: "Yes: out all the same Mi. vTideBCl has a fine-looking band of yearlings this seasOB." Welsh -till refused to allow hiss self to lie enthusiastic; and with a "you car. easily be fooled ic. year- lings. Mar.|iii-. the party got lata their motor car- and were away. Bvideatly the early lessons of Thomas Welsh have not been lost ll hfal pupil. ] William Iiuke aras in Paris last week and asked us why we had not beea out to see his yearlings He -aid he had enough of tlietn. and 1 hey had cost .I. :..:. to... -o we wili write in our next article bout Ham. a- they seem io be in the Uaseltghl i II pse days.

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