Aqueducts Horse Colony: Number of Small Racing Establishments Wintered at Course.; Practically All the Thoroughbreds There Fared Well During Cold Months and Are Training Soundly., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-27


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AQUEDUCTS HORSE COLONY! ♦ Number of Small Racing Establishments Wintered at Course. ■ * Practically All the Thoronghbreds There Fared Well Paring Cold Montlii and Are Training Soundly. NEW YORK, N. Y.. April 26.— The Aqueduct track served ;.s winter quarters for a considerable number of small stables. A number of owners who train their own horses ar" represented in this number. Trainer W. Davis wintered four horses at the Queens County .lot. key Club course for R E. Vickerman. Three of these are four-year-olds and the other a three-year-old. J. H. Campbell has three horses there for J. Marrero, the three-year-olds Vexation and Royal Airman and the two-year-old True Rock, a daughter of Half Rock and True Gold. When Kimball Patterson took the main division of the Edward Arlington stable to i Tijuana last fall. Corn Products, now a three-year-old, and Gladstone, now a two-year-old, were left behind at Aqueduct in ! cliarge of Stephen Lawhr. Both have win- j tcred well and will be ready to race soon. Trainer W. P. Eagan is handling three horses belonging to three different owners. R O. Miller has two horses owned by George Choos and one owned by David Gideon. following is a roster of the smaller stables ■which wintered at Aqueduct listed under the names of their trainers and owners : Trained by R. 0. Killer. Property of George Choot. Perron, b. e, 2, by Suu ISriar -St. Ley, by St. FVas- quin. Carnit-n r.intage*, b. f, 4, by Sandy Hook — Eluina, by Yankee. Property of D. Gideon. Prin *e Leopold, ch. •. 3. by King James Eping-lette, by Surdanapule. Trained by W. T. Eagan. Property of P. Malloy. Hy|K-rlon, br. e, 4, by Sunstar— ilelrique, by Melton. Property of S. Flaherty. High Ilsnd. br. c. 4, by Fair Play — Haute Roche, by ltock Sand. Property of G. Konijswald. Comie Sone. lir. g, o. by Black Jeater -Cbina Song, by Sautoi. Trained by S. Lawler. Property of E. Arlington: Corn Produetg. l . c, 3, by Ieter Pan— Paintbrush, by P.roomsi iek. Gladstone, b. c. t, by Baacy Sasenta. by Eyebrow. Owned and Traiaed by J. McNamara: Flash H xk, eh. c, 3, by Vulcain — Mcfea Pet, by liattH. T-»ggery Pay, b. g. 3, by King James — Toggery, by ■•Ck Sand. Trained by Vincent Mara. Property of M Breiner: Tranaway. eh f. 2. by Transvaal-Milky Way II., by Kitz Herbert. Owned and Trained by B. Stagmaier: BcottiHh Chief, eh. g, C. by Eight Crigade--.Santa SuMuuna, by Top 4,allant. Trained by W. Davis. Property of B. E. Vickerman: M 11 Gate. eh. g, 4, by Sir John Johnson Milldale, by Miller. Idle Toy, eh. f, 4. by Pelhi— Nada Ma§, by Star Shoot. Ctawaly. b f. 4, by Onnondale— Yankee Ijdy, by Yankee. Uachel Potter, br. f. 3, by Pataud -Clarice, by Knight of the Thistle. Trained by J. H. Campbell. Property of J. Marrero: Vexation, h. o, 3, by Trap Uoek Annoyance, by Meddler. Royal Airman, br. g. 3 by Aeronaut Lady Galette, by I Mini Edward II. True Rock. eh. f, 2, by Half Uoek True Gold, by Goidcrest. Trained by G. Taylor. Property of Frank Taylor: Abu Iten Ahdeui, eh. c. 3, by Omar Khayyaa — l.u lH-hrauce, by Ajai.

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