Fine Stable Fo Havana: W. R. Coe Plans Largely for Oriental Park Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-01


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FINE STABLE FOR HAVANA W. R. Coe Plans Largely for Oriental Park Racing. Trainer Karrick to Take Fourteen Young Horses There for Uie Well- Known Wyojning Breeder. 6 NEW YORK. N. Y., October 31. W. R. Coe will go into winter racing much more r.eriously this year than ever before, and Kenneth Karrick will have fourteen of his horses to campaign at Oriental Park in Cuba during the cold months. In this string there is one three-year-old. eight two-year-olds and five yearlings that are intended for the baby races early in 1923. The three-year-old of the band is Master Hand, a bay son of Ballot and Shuck H., that has from time to time shown Karrick enough to warrant the belief that he is of at least fair class. The two-year-olds are rather a promising band for Cuban racing and are : Pony Kxpress, ch. e. by Polymclian Moon Itise. Winnipeg, ch. i by Polymelia!! Winnie. Wildcat, b. c, by Polymelian Catacomb II. Tender Foot, b. c, by Polymclian Hassock. Piegan, b. c, by Polymolian Jacoba. Little Smoke, b. e, by Sweep Polygon. Mountain I-assie, b. f, by Ilarmonicon Fair Maid. Wawona, cli. f, by llnrmonicon Welsh Maid. The yearlings in the shipment are: bay colt, by Ilarmonicon Patify. Pay colt, by Harinonicon Isette. Chestnut colt, by HelLs Pells Merry Thought II. Prown filly, by Hells Pells Winnie. Pay gelding, by Dixon Discretion. The jockeys that Karrick will take with him for the Havana meeting are the lightweight J. Callahan, who can do 9S pounds, and J. Bruenner, who can ride at 110 pounds.

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