Ross Horses Well Along: Trainer McDaniel Favors Preakness for Spanish Maize and Marble, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-22


view raw text

; | 1 I I ■ 1 1 1 ROSS HORSES WELL ALONG 1 Trainer McDamel Favors Preakness for Spanish 1 Maize and Marble. LAIREL. Md.. March 21. — Forty-eight horses are beiii" prepared by trainer Henry MeDaniel fee J. K. L. Ross for the spring and summer I aaapalga bhM ilOr ami Pampas, which went wrong last spring, have ben tiik-n up and are under galloping | exercise. Spanish Maize, the most promising of the three-year old division, has filled out into a wonderful young horse and will more than likely head the Ross division lo invade the New Voi k tracks. The stable will be divided. MeDaniel taking the main division to New York, while Walter Scofield will campaign through Canada. Scofield succeeded Schelke when the latter resigned last year at Ken-ilworth. Ont. Weather conditions have impeded training activities, although the older horses have been given slow works over the covered track. The old cam-- paigners Boniface and Billy Kelly will race both in Maryland and Canada. J. K. L. Ross, who is at present in Europe, will arrive in Baltimore in time for the opening at Havre de Grace. An auction sale of some of the Ross horses will be held at Woodbine Park. Toronto, during the Ontario Jockey Club meeting, and the majority offered will be Ross Canadian-breds. The nnm-t ber to be sold is undecided. Jockey Clarence Turner has reported to train -r MeDaniel and is at work among the horses. He will go to New York with jockey Gruneiseii. Jockeys A. Claver. E. Harbonrne, H. Erickson and J. Brogden will go to Canada. The latter is the youngster who rode Sudor at Fort Erie in a maiden jockey race and won. The following mares were shipped to Berry ville, Va., to be bred to Sir Barton at Montfort Junes A ltd ley Farm: Wheat-ear, brown, 190.", by St. Frusquin— Corn Crake, by Gallinule. Constancy. b:iy. 1917. by Ambassador— Simenas Daughter, by Melton. Pesky, bay. 1913, by Broomstick — Perverse, bv Meddler. Gibberish, brown. 1913, by Prestige — Giberline. by Corn-Ms. Tiarco, bay, 1918. by Uncle— Xarco, by G. W. Johnson. Bella H., chestnut. 1914, by Ballot— Ellangowan, by Do Beau voir. The stable will not be represented at Bowie, but will open the season at Havre de Grace. McDani.l is undecided as to the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness. but favors the latter, due to weight allowances for Spanish Maize and Marble, his inosi promising candidates. The two-year-ohls are mostly Canadian-breds and of unknown quality. Several of tbein are lo be Started at Havre de Grace and Pimlico. V. A. lorier. ihe agent for Commander Ross, has been ahseat for several days, due to the deatii of his aged mother in Virginia. — ♦ w

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1922032201_2_8
Library of Congress Record: