Fleischmanns Quartette: Four Jumpers That Mccreery Will Fit for the Coming Racing Season of 1924, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-25


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FLEISCHMANNS QUARTETTE Four Jumpers That McCreery Will Fit for" the Coming Racing Season of 1924. NEW YORK, N. Y.. Jan. 24. The four French-bred jumpers that will campaign in this country under the silks of Julius Fleisch-mann this year are now at Port Washington, L. I., and are held there pending the arrival of some export certificates that have gone astray in the mails. These are horses that were selected by Thomas McCreery for the return of the Fleischmann silks and it is McCreery who will fit them for racing. It is also important that Winnie OConnor, the American jockey, who made good so adequately in France, will be an assistant to McCreery. With two sucli able horsemen the small stable is indeed bountifully equipped. "Tom" McCreery, one-time cross-country rider himself, was Lieutenant McCreery up to the time he accepted his present employment with Mr. Fleischmann. During the term of the Avar Lieutenant McCreery was attached to the remount end of the service and he saw duty in France as well as at home. Since the Avar he continued to serve in the remount division and among his other duties lie fitted some of the Endurance Test start-ers, A-hile he frequently exhibited army horses at the -arious horse shows. He has had a long experience as a trainer and one of his most recent associations Avith the turf Avas Avhen he trained a considerable ! string for Frederick Johnson. Now he" is back again and the jumpers he has chosen for the Fleischmann stable AA-ere carefully selected and should make the return to the turf of this sportsman a notable one. The horses that Avill be raced are Saint Illers, a bay son of Faucher and La Pile, and Bellini, a - bay son of Chouberski and Basse Terre, that Avere purchased from Prince Aga Khan, and Carabinier, a fn-e-year-old son of Ex Voto and Carabine, as Avell as another jumper, Zopnine.

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