Winter Colony at Jamaica: Big Band of Good Horses Quartered at Popular Long Island Course, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-29


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WINTER COLONY AT JAMAICA Big Band of Good Horses Quartered at Popular Long Island Course. NEW YORK, N. Y., November 28. While the Jamaica course has always been a favorite wintering spot for thoroughbreds the colony of horses which will be kept there during the coming cold months form an unusually impressive roster. Superintendent Thomas E. Maher reports the following partial list of winter tenants: Riviera stable, in charge of trainer Fred Taral, including the crack two-year-old filly Miss Star. Benjamin Blocks stable with Fred Burlew at the helm. Frank Farrells horses with trainer William Wallace in charge. This stable is headed by the speedy three-year-old son of St. Amant, Horologe. H. Watersons band in charge of trainer Joseph Edwards, with the Peter Pan gelding Brainstorm heading the list. W. C. Clancys own thoroughbreds, including another good Peter Pan gelding, Hullabaloo. Frank Browns horses in charge of their owner. The stables of F. Houseman, in charge of I. Garson ; of W. B. Miller, under trainer O. C. Rasch, and of Thomas Calcina, who trains his own horses, will also winter at the course. I

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