J. E. Griffiths Stable: Seven Horses Preparing at Pimlico Under Harry Rites for Maryland Season, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-02


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I I | J. E. GRIFFITHS STABLE Seven Horses Preparing at Pim- lico under Harry Rites for Maryland Season. BALTIMORE. Md., May L— Harry Ttitea has a stable of seven at Pimlieo that will perform under the silks of J. K. Irimtth and they comprise the jumpers Wheat King and Griffwood. as well as the flat runners .leg. Druid Hill. St. Valentine, Sand Rock and Tom Taylor. The two last named ones are two-year-olds and Sand Rock is looked upon as the star of the stable. He is a son of Friar , Hock and Woolen, by Woolstliorpe. and was bought in Kentucky for a big" price. Some years hack the .riffllh silks were particularly prominent through the steeplechase field when that sturdy little jumper The Hrook was at his best. The little fellow was one of the cross-country horses of recent times that won a lasting place for himself in the steeplechase history of the American turf. This is the string: Sand Rock. b. c. 2, by Friar Rock "Woolen, by Woolsthorpe. Tom Taylor, b. g. 2. by Dalhcusie Mademoi-elle Maxine. hy Colden Maxim. St. Valentine, b. c, 3. by T.ieo. Cook K.itriona. by Woolstliorpe. Bniid Hill. ch. g, 3, by Glencairn Vena Fair, by Fair 1lny. Jeg. ch. Ii. 5. hy Zeua- -Ryola. by Mexican. Wheat King. ch. g. ."». by Superman -Golden Grain, by Hanover. Griffwood. br. h. 6. by Sain— Eloisa. by Falsetto. «

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