J. E. Wideners 1923 Stable: Trainer Thomas Welsh Has Twenty-Two Horses at Belmont, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-16


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J. LWIDENERS 1923 STABLE ♦ Trainer Thomas Welsh Has Twenty-Two Horses at Belmont. ♦ Fourteen Are Two-Year-Olds, Mostly Hone- Bred — Six Three-Year-OWs and Two Four-Year-Olds Complete String. ♦ NEW YORK, N. Y., April 15.— One of the larger stables of horses preparing at Belmont Park for the coming season on New York tracks is that of Joseph E. Widener of Philadelphia. There are twenty-two hoises in the establishment and fourteen of these are two-year-olds. Mr. Widener has been steadily increasing his breeding interests during recent years and the juveniles which lie will race this year are nearly all home-breds. Among the sires represented among the youngsters may be mentioned Sweeper. Rabelais. Mont dOr II., Sir Martin, Fair Flay and Luke McLuke. Trainer Thomas Welsh is going along steadily in the preparation of the Widener horses for an active campaign. Of the older horses in the stable the four-year-old Run-antell is the only one which lias established much of a racing reputation. As a two-year-old in 1921 the son of Broomstick and Zoola showed flashes of high quality. Hell Gate, on the strength of his showing as a two-year-old last year, appears to be the best of the stables three-year-olds. Following is a complete list of the Widener horses. ConinKsby. br. c. 2. by Sweeper — Langue de Uhat, hy St. Da in nil. Satirist, br. c, li, by Rabelais— Martha Gorman, hy Sir Iiivm. Moutaenard, b. c, 2, by Mont dOr II. — IMaircora, by torcyra. Bock ford, b. c. 2, by Sir Martin- Rock Merry, by Lock Sand. Fairmount, ch. c. 2, by Fair Play- Sunflower, by U.rk Sand. Ascetic, b. c. 2. by Trompe la Mort— La lteligieuse, by Polynielus. lioreuso. br. g, 2, by Gorgos — Love Bliuk, by Velocity. Ulie*uiut colt, 2, by Ballot — Gold Lady, by Gold- rest. Ray colt. 2, by Mont dOr II.— Valentine, by Marta Santa. Garconniere. ch. f, 2, by Trompe la Mort Rrada- mente. by Ruyardo. Luminary- ch. f, 2, by Luke McLuke Rhebe G.. by Mazagan. Negrina, blk. f. 2. by Luke McLuke Black Rro- cade, by Neil Gow. Houri. b. f, 2, by Mont dOr II. — Nell G«yn. by William the Third. Bay filly. 2, by Luke Mcluke — Tamanauiass. hy Grey Iag. Kunau itll. b. c, 4, by Broomstick -Zoola, by St. Gatien. Loyterer. ch. g, 4, by Neil Gow High Tide, by lord Robs. Rurity. ch. c. 3. by Fair Rlay — Sans Tache, by The White Knight. Rattersea. ch. c. 3, by Mont dOr II. Sunflower, by Rock Sand. Dark Magic, br. c. 3. by White Magic— Dark Sapphire, by Dark Ronald. Hell Gate, h. c, 3, by Friar Rork— Swan Song, hy Ben Brush. Knights Bridge, b. %. S, by Bridge of Kara Tilsit, by Mauveain. Shnffle Alone, blk. g. 3, by Luke McLuke -Black Brocade, by Neil Gow.

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