Good Jumpers For Canada: End of Pimlico Meeting Will See Large Shipment North.; Rich Canadian Stakes and Increased Purses Attract Good Horses to Montreal., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-12


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GOOD JUMPERS FOR CANADA End of Pimlico Meeting WiS See Large Shipment North Rich Canadian Stakes and In ¬ creased Purses Attract Good Horses to Montreal PIMLICO Md May 11 There will be plenty of jumping material going from Mary ¬ land to Canada immediately after the finish of the Maryland Jockey Clubs spring race meeting at Pimlico May 13 Some stables will ship to Woodbine for the spring meeting of the Ontario Jockey Club but others will go directly to Blue Bonnets for the June meeting of the Montreal Jockey Club ClubThe The Montreal Jockey Clubs racing this spring will be marked by renewals of the Windsor Hotel Handicap which this year will be a race of 5000 added money value the Kindergarten Stakes and Connaught Handicap and the Prince of Wales Steeple ¬ chase to the subscriptions for each the Mon ¬ treal Jockey Club will add 2500 These stakes will close May S The values of all other Montreal races will be raised in the same proportion as obtains in the matter of the stakes and particular attention will be paid to steeplechasing steeplechasingAMERICANS AMERICANS FOR CAXADIAX RACING RACINGAmong Among the Americans who will contribute to the success of Blue Bonnets crosscoun ¬ try racing are Mrs F Ambrose Clark Charles K Harrison Jr James W Ilealy Edward B McLean Edward F Whitney Ralph Beaver Strassburger and Mrs Payne Whitney Mrs Whitney has an unusually strong stable of jumpers this year Her new trainer is the onetime famous flat race and steeplechase jockey Vincent Powers who rode for Samuel C Hildreth in Canada several years while horse racing was in dis ¬ favor in New York State Powers succeeded James Owens who died last winter winterProbably Probably the horses of the Harrison stable are the fittest of the jumpers Blue Bonnets racing will get from Maryland Mr Harri ¬ son will be remembered by patrons of Cana ¬ dian racing as the owner of Transpero which won a steeplechase at Blue Bonnets last fall and afterward the Queens City Steeplechass Handicap at Connaught Park Ottawa and the Autumn Handicap at Woodbine Park Transpero and his numerous stable com ¬ panions have been conditioned for a spring and summer campaign at Havre de Grace by Silas Vcitch VcitchOther Other jumpers of the Harrison string are Sea Tale Redstart Jim Coffroth Overmatch and Baronet Veitch has three riders the veteran Barrett Haynes and his Veitchs sons Silas and Leo The young Veitchs are developing rapidly The elder Veitch is a Canadian He was a first rate steeplechase jockey not many years back Veitch has a fast sprinter in Rubien a son of Peter Quince Belle of Ashland and a winner at Havre de Grace GraceAmong Among the jumpers in the stable of Mr Strassburger a sportsman of Pennsylvania are Elmer Johnson Briganna Perkiomen Ilouyhnhnm North Wales Theodosius and Franklinville Elmer Johnson will show best of these if he meets no training misadven ¬ ture He has considerable quality and is one of the swiftest junipers in the United States John Kermath who rode in Canada some years back for Edward M Weld and J Temple Gwathmey of New York is the train ¬ er of the Strassburger string and his jockeys are Otto Diamond and Pat Brady Like Veitch Kermath put in six weeks of March and April at Havre de Grace and his horses are ready readyCARMAXDALE CARMAXDALE TO MAKE DEBUT DEBUTEdward Edward F Whitney whose mares By Jiminy and Second Thoughts distinguished themselves in Canada last year will break into steeplechasing at Blue Bonnets with Carmandale a big sprinter by Meridian Daruma Whitney paid 10000 to Richard F Carman in 1920 for the horse Carman dale is in splendid condition William Ir ¬ vine has schooled him thoroughly and found him to be an apt fencer fencerHealy Healy has a first rate jumping prospect in Free State which was away from racing most of last year but which has come back in grand condition Free State is likely to prove one of the crack longdistance run ¬ ning jumpers of the Canadian and American races through the field Robert Oliver and a half dozen of the other older horses with which this remarkably successful young trainer has been winning these two or three years are still in training as are four home ¬ bred sons of Lough Foyle owned by Mr Mc ¬ Lean

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