Fifteen Seagram Horses: Shipped to Maryland for Spring Racing at Havre De Grace and Pimlico, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-16


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FIFTEEN SEAGRAM HORSES Shipped to Maryland for Spring Racing at Havre de Grace and Pimlico TORONTO. Oni.. March 18.— Fifteen of the Seagram Stable horses will be shipped today from the Waterloo faun to Maryland, where they will race at the Havre de Brace and Pimlico meetings The string will be in charge of trainer William Briaglee. Jockey Thompson, who has been engaged o do the stable riding this year, will re po:t oa April 1. The five Kings Platers and five Canadian-bred two-year-iMs will remain at home in charge of George Crawford, and will be trained at Woodbine Park after May 1. The list ef barsea shipped to Baltimore is as follows: Lady Meae. eb. as, .". by Ilster King — Iala. Brilliant Jester, b. h. . by Black Jester — I ady Brilliant. Parisian Diamond, eh. a, •" . by Leasees — Gemgem. Mode. rh. in. .".. by I.einberg- Myra. Oolden Sphere, oh. c, 4. by Oliver Goldsmith-Sphere of Influence. Keatiea Boy. ar. g, 4, by Poor Boy— Carina. Wakefield, b. g. 4. by Oliver Goldsmith— Huna. Bulldog Drummonil, eh. c, 3, by Holiday House — First Blush. Redstone, oh. c. 3. by Decision — Aunt Maud. Qaaaaaah, b. e, .•. by Qaaataek — Lady Fairstead. Ciceronian, b. g, ::. by Cicero — Post Haste. Arrageaa, b. e, :.. by Argosy -Grey Flier. Nick Naase. b. I". J. by St. Aniant--Nickle Neck. Sweet Baawaet, t . it. B, by Galatiae — Bouquet. GaUiaet, b. f. 4, by GahtrJae. Beyal China. Colrbn Sphere, the picture linr-c of last year, has developed into one of the finest looking horses in America. lie i~ easily 300 pounds heavier than :: year ago. Parisian Diamond, which was in poo1 condition all last year, has also taken on plenty of weight, while BrBHaal Jester has broadened out into a powerful looking horse. Keatish Boy and Wakefield hare been gelded since last year. Lady Meave, whack wow two races and then was retired after the Fort Ktie meeting owning to being kicked while at the past, has thrived well during the winter, as has the five-ycarndd Mode. The latter was brought here a year ago. but owing to a minor mishap was sent home early without going to the post. Of the recent importations last fall, the two-year-old Arrageaa, by Argosy, catches the eye. This tall, raagy bay colt promises to develop into a big type of a boras ami his racy appearance leads one to expect great things of him. He is even taller than the three year-old Bulldo; Dnimmoud. just imported, hut the latter is all horse. He has a powerful sit of limbs, this being most noticeable in his arms. His twoyear-old record in Fngland was good, and once he stels used to the dirt •■ mrscs here he should prove a Useful racer. , Nick Name, the two-year-old just imported, is a , fine type of a filly. The twoyear-old Sun Bath will be turned out for several months. The three-year-olds Redstone. Onannah and Ciceronian, imported last August, and which only faced the starter pace or twice, have done well over the winter. Of the trio Redstone is the best known, having run second to Johnny Dundee at the Woodbine fall meeting. Behind him were Ogarite. Harmonious. YVessio B. ami Spanish Maize. Quannah was the victim of skin disease all last summer, but those who saw him in the paddock at Ottawa would not know the horse now. Ciceronian has been K-bleil. »

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