H. C. Hildreths 1922 Plans: Kai-Sang to Represent Rancocas in Kentucky Derby and William A. in Preakness., Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-18


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S. C. HILDRETHS 1922 PLANS Kai-Sang to Represent Rancocas in Kentucky Derby and William A. in Preakness. JORSTOWN. St. J.. March 17.— la talking of his early plana for the Baaeaeaa Stable s.nn Bildretk told n Daily K.i iug Form reporter yesterday thai Kai-Saag was in -,, P/eat fa* the Kentucky Derby and that Wili.im A. wa- beiag prepared far he Preakaeaa Btakea, bath la be run Sainnlay. May 12. In speaking of the clash of dates for tbe Finilico .nd hurchill Downs big three -y«ai -old races. Mr. BlMretk said: "ParaaaaBy I prefer to have thein run on Hie same day. Rig fiekts often falsify results. If both raeea are run .May 13 bulky fields will not start and natural renalta and truly run races will be the out-rnase. Tin re are saffleieal horses of high ehaai la la lag well niaiihed fields of large enough siz,. in lmtli raeea." A good many of the most thoughtful J tiaineis share Mr. Hibireths opinion. There are now forty two horses in training at Rancoeas under the eyes of Sam Hildreth and his i assistant. Dave I.eary. Inclement worn her —rains mostly — has retarded the work somewhat, but the horses are nil well and working steadily. The two year-old* had a sharp sp«U of coughing ■ colds early in Ibe winter and have since been nursed I aleanj slowly, so that Mr. Hildreth says he has not yel got a earrett line on their ability. The horses of the older division are in satisfactory condition. The Raaraeaa plan now is to send all the horses to New York not before the last week in April. Jockeys Samle and Fator are bath here, work slead-il. ; with the horses and thoroughly enjoy their ■ Rancoeas work, life and quarters. It is Mr. Hil-ilreths present intention, as stated above, to point Kui-Sang for the Kentucky Derby and Willam A. far the Preakaaaa stakes. Dave Leary will take a division of the Rancoeas karaea, abaat ten in aaaiber, to be selected later, to PbaBea for the Hill Tap spring meeting. William A. is certain To go with the IMnilico string: ■ •••ml is sure to be, if all goes well with him, Rancoeas Preakaeaa stakes starter. The elderly Kuglish bred Sunflasb IL. hay, 1!114, by Sun Bright — Napthalia. by St. Angelo. will be skipped in a day or two to an extensive ranch at Three Rivers, N. M.. to be bred to miscellaneous mares. He has been given by Mr. Sinclair to a friend i i n-iiii ioi for :-in I -ucli ii service. M"r*itT,

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