Epinards Fast Move, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-16


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EPINARDS FAST MOVE NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 15. After the running of the fourth race today at Belmont Park, Pierre Wertheimers Epinard with Everett Haynes in the saddle and wearing the silks of the French sportsman, was brought on the track accompanied by a lead pony and after jogging him over to the backstretch he was set down at the three-quarters post Then; -was for his running mate, R. T. Wilsons Broomfield, which began almost a sixteenth of a mile in front of him and he finished out the distance in 1:12. It was a decidedly impressive test when he ran the first quarter in :23, half in :46 and the five-eighths in :59. At all stages of the work Haynes had a good hold of the handsome chestnut and it was apparent that he could have worked faster.

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