Hawthorne Colony Crows: Horses from Canada, Kentucky and Maryland Reach Here, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-26


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HAWTHORNE COLONY CROWS : Horses from Canada, Kentucky and Maryland Reach Here. G. R. Brysons Big String Gets In J. H. Stotler, J. C. Welsh and E. F. Fitzgerald Among Other Late Arrivals. Francis Dunne, charge daffaires of the stalls at the Hawthorne track of the Chicago Business Mens Racing Association, yesterday recorded the arrival of a number of horses coming from Canada, Maryland and Kentucky. The biggest stable to report yesterday was that of G. R. Bryson, which came in from Canada, numbering eleven horses. Trainer Bryscn reported the following horses in the Hawthorne shipment: Setting Sun, which is one of the stars of the stable; Ber-nice Harrar, Sam Grenet, Silent Lillian, Cheri, Kitty French, Sedgefield, Gold Mount, Quick Time and Sam Marks. The Bryson stable horses did well at the Maryland meetings this spring and appeared to be in the pink of condition when they were unloaded from the cars. The Maryland colony was further increased numerically by the arrival of the stables of J. H. Stotler, who formerly trained the horses of G. "W. J. Bissel, millionaire stove manufacturer of Pittsburgh, and will race some of the produce of Bissells stock farm at tHe Hawthorne meeting, among them Champange. The Stotler horses came from the Pimlico course of the Maryland Jcckey Club, where they were given their preliminary work for the coming Hawthorne races. Among those in the Stotler stable are: Champange, Ontario, Zed, Transacting, White Alley, Wish I Win and Margie K. The latter two are two-year-olds and are said to have worked exceptionally well before being shipped to Chicago. The Chicago stable of J. C. Welsh, which has been campaigned in Kentucky, came in on the special from Latonia. In the outfit were Chief Curry, A. J. Buja. Round Robin and My Buddy, horses known to form students as consistent performers. E. L. "Wood" Fitzgerald came in from Latonia with eight head, including a number of winners since the first of the year. Fitzgerald seldom misses a meeting at Hawthorne, but this season his stable appears to be stronger than ever before and includes among others: George Kuffan, Plentycoos, Haman, Cuba Encanto, Promising Laura, Gus Kuffan, Brother John and Marionette. Continued on twelfth page. HAWTHORNE COLONY CROWS . Continued from first page. The stables of William Caywood and J. Bauer came in from Latonia and Maryland respectively. Caywood, who rode here years ago before he became too heavy to ride, brought Eddie Jr., Anna M. Daugherty and Margaret Elnora, while Bauer has The Roll Call, Irish Pat, Sun Mart and Natural, potential handicap horses. Judge John Carey, who is among the late arrivals from Omaha, announced that the stables assigned accommodations at Hawthorne would be shipped to Chicago this week. Messrs. Jones and Irwin have arranged to ship their stables from Omaha tomorrow. Judge Joseph A. Murphy is expected to reach the city frfom St. Louis today and it is planned to move the offices of the racing department to the track. J

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