Latest Turf News from Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-18


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| , | ! j i i ; : [ j [ , I 5 t r 1 r a t 1. i. • p a I is a. ,. 1, y •- e .s d s. • e is ls * j" II s- ls a a the le e_ e .jj r e, o- 1- Latest Turf News From Havre George Phillips claimed Citation for ,80* from Mrs. F. Farrar. Uncertain has heen placed on starter Mil-i tons schooling list. B. I.. Cole announced that he would ship from here to Canada. , E. Saunderson has purchased the plater Helen* Atkin from H. 12. Crist. , J. H. L,ewis has shipped the mare Aviator to Avon and she will be bred to Half Rock. J. Hodgings. who is schooling at Havre de Grace, had a band of forty during the morning hour. D. Shaw and A. CJ. Robinson will ship from here to Woodbine Park at the conclusion of this meeting. Between races Matt Smart sehooled Draft a turn of the field and he jumped in impressive fashion. Baker Waters did not serve in the stewards stand this afternoon, his place being ffllad by Kdward Burke. H. Kerzin. owner of the plater Manna, was an arrival from Montreal today and will stay for the remainder of the meeting. Before the running of the steeplechase Louis Garth sold Be Marsouin to A. C. Bost-v. lefc and he raced coupled with Dr. Stevcn- son. Trainer John F. Schorr reported this morrir ing that R B. McLeans stallion The Porter has seven sucklings at the farm near Lees-burg. Va. J. I*. Smith has taken over the horses of Mrs. H. Dattner for J. H. Deavenport. These Include Bunga Buck. Marie Frances and Henry Dattner. Mrs. Reid, daughter of the late L. C. Blackford, has come to Havre de Grace to decide on what will be done with the horses of her fathers estate. Colonel Hcmmingway found time between races to wire John J. McGraw of the New York Giants at Boston: "Very best wishes to repeat this season." R S. Swelter, who is schooling two-year-olds at Pimlico. had forty-two at the barrier this morning. Twenty-five of them came from the Garth stable. Willis Sharpe Kilmers Futurity winner Sallys Alley was paraded in the paddock before the running of the first race and attracted considerable attention. J. B. McDaniel. who is training the divi-i_ sion of the R. J. Brown stable which wintered at Aqueduct, is expected here tomorrow to confer with his brother. D. R McDaniel. G. Konigswald. who races Comic Song. Better Times and others, came down from Xew York. The stable is in charge of B. Meripole during the illness of T. Shannon. W. Dugan stated today that an unnamed two-year-old is en route to Jamaica from Lexington. Ky., which he will campaign this year. Dugan will also secure one or two other horses. Joseph L. Donahey came down from Free-K hold. N". .1.. for the opening of the Havre de Grace meeting and reported that he will make many changes and improvements in his Freehold track before his August race meeting. James Arthur has taken up the sprinter Wessie B.. which was wintered at R. A. Simths farm at Newark, Del. Dream of the Valley and Bill Block, which Clarence Bux-b" ton wintered, were also taken up. while Max Hirsch picked up Vice Regal. Sheridan Clark leaves for his home in New York in a few days and will then proceed to Montreal to take up his official duties with the Quebec Breeders Association. The smaller circuit under the management of that body will race out the usual season, After Louis Garths Star Cloudy had beaten J. S. Cosdens Neptune in the opening race of the meeting. Billy " Garth, his father, had some nice things to say about the son of Wrack. "Why. I have nine at the farm and eight of them can beat that one." was the boast of Louis. Incle Hilly does not believe it and says he will have another shot at son Louis before long. C. L. Whiting, a well-known breeder of Avon. N. Y.. was a visitor today and will remain for the meeting. The Rock Sand stallion Half Rock is standing at the Whiting establishment. Sixteen weanlings and nine yearlings are cpiartered at the farm. Stone Hedge, one of the mares at the farm, is a half sister to Troytown, winner of the Grand National Steeplechase, and a blood relative to Sergeant Murphy, this years winner. a. —

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