Many Horses To Columbus: No Lack of Material for Ohio Spring Meeting--Rushing Work on Buildings., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-21


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MANY HORSES TO COLUMBUS COLUMBUSNo No Lack of Material for Ohio OhioSpring Spring Meeting Rushing RushingWork Work on Buildings COLUMBUS Ohio March 20 L A Daly the Cuban representative of the Capital City Racing Association which will hold ifs in ¬ augural meeting at Beulah Park Grove City April 21 to May o reports that a large num ¬ ber of the owners participating in the Cuba American Jockey Clubs winter meeting at Oriental Park have announced their inten ¬ tion of shipping direct to Columbus at the termination of that meeting meetingJ J A Parson who leads the list of money winning owners and holds the contract on the crack rider George Williams and E E Major the runnerup for the seasons honors will both be represented in the Cuban consign ¬ ment to Columbus The following is a Lite recapitulation of the owners and the number of horses they arc sending to Columbus for the inaugural meeting E E Major nine Dee Hammond nine W A McKinney two Thomas Cheek five M J Daly eight Mrs M V Daly nine Thomas Doyle six C F Tanner two C H Neal one D Louder seven The latter holds tho contract on the sensational jockey Milner whose contract has been sought by a number of metropolitan owners during the closing days of the Orien ¬ tal Park meeting meetingWork Work on the four spacious new stables housing forty horses each is practically com ¬ plete and when finished they will be the best in Ohio The concrete caissons for the grand ¬ stand secretarys office jockeys rcom and paddock are complete and thework of erect ¬ ing the steel piers is already under way and will be rushed to completion now that the weather has improved improvedGeneral General manager H D Shepard announces that everything will be in readiness for the opening and that when the plant will have been turned over to the association by the contractors it will be one of the finest in the state Applications for reservations arc com ¬ ing in daily from the South Tijuana and Cuba and it is expected that tliere will be plenty of horses on hand to buttle for the purse offerings of the Capital City Associa tion

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