Hugh Garth Now Trainer: Youngest Son of William Garth Arrives at Havre de Grace with Jumpers and Juveniles., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-09


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HUGH GARTH NOW TRAINER I Youngest Son of William Garth : Arrives at Havre de Grace with Jumpers and Juveniles. HAVRK MS CRACK. Md.. April 0— Hugh I Garth, youngest of the horse training sjns of I the veteran William Carth. bus arrived at ; Havre de Crace with the jumpers Beck. Sea 1 Serpent. Jacky and Sea Name, and eight two-year-olds by Bernlldon and Blazes that lie-long to the estate of Lewis tlarth. who died, at Saratoga last summer after an operation. The horses wintered in Virginia and the jumpers will be ready for the stecplechasing of the Havre de Crace meeting, which begins April 16. There is . a goad cross-country course on the Carth farm in Albemarle county and through March young Carth j kept his jumpers busy there. Beck, which won at Laurel Park last October, seems to be I the most forward of the steeplechasers. The I two-year-olds are a uniform band in size and development and they are beginning to show some speed. "William Garth and his oldest son "Woods will be here next week with ••ight or ten of the flat runners and jumpers of the Cosden stable, which wintered at Mr. Cosdens Canterbury Farm in Fauquier and Culpopp-r counties, Virginia. Lord Baltimore IT.. Faul Jones, dunlin and Cood Times are the must formidable flat runners of the Cosden establishment, which ■ won .7.S; 2 in stakes and purses last year. j Lord Baltimore II.. winner here last Sep-I tember of the 0,000 Kastern Shore Handicap, and Cood Times probably will be the Cosdc-n starters in the ,000 Harford Handicap, a dash of three-quarters of a mile, f r three-year-olds and upward, which will be renewed April 16 as the opening day feature. Dunlin will train for the ,000 Philadelphia Handicap, a race of one mile and a sixteenth, for three-year-olds and over. IHmlin showed a keen liking for Havre de Craca going last fall over a muddy track when contesting for the Potomac Handicap. He defeated Vigil, Caladium. General Thatcher and Setting Sun. ♦ .

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