Steeplechasing At Havre: First Jumping Race of Year 1924 To Be Held During Meeting Which Opens April 16., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-09


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l fi , s ■ I i g l | 1 : i . ; ! t l j S 1 l t i 1 I ! 1 t I ! j 1 i 1 ! 1 1 , I j i j I ] . ; I ! ] • | [ I j . j I I j , ! i . ; j , . t f , ■ . J STEEPLECHASING AT HAVRE I First Jumping Race of Year 1924 : To Be Held During Meeting Which Opens April 16. HAYHH HE GRACE, Md.. April 8.— The first steeplechase of the spring season of 1024 will be staged at Havre de Grace in the j COflSnse of the Harford Agricultural and, . Hrceders Association, which will be inau-: I gurated April 16.— Thirty or forty first-rale jumpers of the stables of A. CL Bcstwick. General .Tames A. [Buchanan, Foxhail P, Keeae, J. S. Oaaien. Silas Yeilch. Woods Stockton. Hal Parr, Sam-j : uel EX Hiddle. Mrs. Herbert Is. Hratt. Mrs. Henrj Dattner. John J. Farrell. Jr., Hie-hard 1 Fending and Samuel Ross, that have win-; tered and trained in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, will have assembled 1 here before the end of the current week, Sui rintendent James Hoss of the Havte de Grace track has received word from Belmont : Hark that there will be a COUple of fencers in the string of fifteen facers of various ages Max Hirsch will bring on presentlv, and Cap- I [ tain F. W. Whyte has asked for half a dozen stalls. HhrSChs lumpers are Mrs. George W. I I.ofts brilliant vternn Sweepment and J. B. 1 Smiths Autumn Hells, the last named the; winner of last falls revival of the Klkridge. Fimlicos smart autumn special for three-. year-old jumpers. j The Bistwick. Buchanan and Keene jump- ers wintered Tind sjiring trained at Bennin,: under the eye of James Healey. Jr., who has just got from Ireland Mr. Bcatwicksl unbeaten mare Melra. Healey does not know | in what condition Melra will be until after ■ she has galloped a few times. He does not ; promise to shew tier unde. "itHtw at 14**»e -uVe- . Grace. But Sea TaD. Fairway. Chuckle. The] ! 1 Trout. Oooacaa, Ycrboten, Iepi. Flying Scout, and Monkshood will be on the job. Thel I most formidable member of the Healey string . , is Sea Tale, daughter of Sea King and n- ecdote, and one of the most successful trior-; . ■ughbreds Thomas Fortune Hyan has bred at] his Oakridge Stud in Virginia. This capable I mare, in four years steeph hasing, has won renewals of the Aintree. Hendrie and Wood- bine Autumn Steeplechases at Woodbine Park, Toronto; the Green Spring Valley twice at Himlico; the Hendrie at Blue Bon- nets, Montreal, and the Grand National at Belmont Hark. Verboten and IVpi belong :• Foxhail P. Keene. Monkshood is General Buchanans "suhsc ription" jumper. Flying Scout won a Manly Memorial three years back. Hichard Pending, the Bowie superir.tend- ent ; W. C. Carter and J. P. Sammy Smith have brought over from Prince George Park Rol Craig. Shoal, Cold Foyle, Xonus. Eager Melon. William of Corotoman, Bachelors Kiss. Henry Dattner and two or three Biald- ens. Mr. Kiddies Brigadier General la e- peeted from Glen Hiddle Farm with B ■: s John in a day or so. Trainer Cwyn Tomp- kins has reserved six stalls. Silas Veitch s coming from Timonium with six or seven land Hugh Garth has arrived from en.te-r- I rry with Beck. Sea Serpent. .lacky and Sea Name. William Garth and his son Woods will have three or four others up froai Iim- lico toward the end of the week. S ~ .

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