Cleveland Racing Gossip: Horsemen and Horses Arriving Daily at Maple Heights-Stables Nearing Completion, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-23


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CLEVELAND RACING GOSSIP Horsemen and Horses Arriving Daily at Maple _ Heights — Stables Nearing Completion. CLEVKLAND. Ohio, April 22.— The num- j ber of horses already quartered at the Ohio j SUite Jockey Clubs track at Maple Heights , awaiting the opening of the inaugural spring j meeting, which will be of thirteen days dura- tlon. from May G to 20. were further aug- , merited by the arrival of a score of owners j from Mobile, Havana, Lexington, Indianapolis and Klgin, 111. The stablea of Mont Sanders, that wintered at his farm in II-linois ; of George Stewart, who came from . winter quarters at Indianapolis, and of O. Johnson were the three largest single ship- ments to reach the course. Advices reaching Cleveland from the South are to the effect , that the remainder of the horses will leave Mobile this week. The Mobile delegation included the thor- ■ oughbreds the property of the following . owners : W. H. Brown, with Dinty, Ken- . * tucky Boy, Bees Wax and Sacajawea ; J. R. Carloek. with Murphy and Magnet Land ; W. . S. Foley, with Sea Board; B. C. Hawkins, with Kedgwick ; Mrs. C. Howard, with Back Bay, Cockroach and Selma G. ; B. C. Million, With Burgoyne and Actress ; W. Beck, with Lieutenant Perkins, Aunt Deda and Mab ; j Barry Thomas, with Jill and Marion Hollins, and O. Johnson, with Ace, Murray, Dancer, j Maggie O., Xeenah, Lochleven and Joyce . Hoffman. Mont Sanders arrived with Olympian King, . Bailfoird, Bog, Martha Wilson, Goldie S., Minnie H. and Blaneiiita. II. Neal came in . the same consignment with Red Chief and Jim Bing. . F. MeOannin was nn arrival from I. ex- ington, Ky., with Ray Oakwood, Judge Fox . and John W. Klein. j Jack Phillips has written from Maryland for reservations for Guy. Pit, Gourmand, Day Lilly and others. Qeorg* P.renton, William Fort-man and C. C. Smithson have also signi-fled their intentions of shipping to Maple Heights for the meeting. Lester Dean, starter on the Tri-state circuit, was an arrival from Havre de Grace. He will do the starting at New Kensington, a suburb of Pittsburgh, which will be tiie first , meeting on the Tri-state circuit. . John T. Abrams came in from his farm in Ashland, Ky., -with nine horses. , Jockey C. Skeets Carner, oldest member of the famous family of jockeys, came in from Mobile and will ride as a free lance , at Maple Heights. Most of the new stables being erected at Maple Heights are nearing completion. Edward A. Pohlman, general manager of the Tri-state tracks, announced today that the directors of the New Kensington Fair and Racing Association had tentatively agree-i on May 27 as the opening dale ot the spring meeting there.

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