R. A. Smiths Large Stable: Trainer of Public Establishment Busy at Belmont Park., Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-19


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R.A.SMITHS LARGE STABLE ♦ — Trainer of Public Establishment Bnsy at Belmont Park. ♦ Jefferson Livingstons String In Largest in Bum — Horses Ship in Good Condi- tion From Miami. ♦ NKW YORK. N. Y., April 18— Trainer R. A. Smith is busily engaged in the task of getting settled in his regular quarters at Belmont Park after his winter campaign in Florida, and he has lost no time in having his charges out for their gallops In order that they may be fit and ready for their engagements at the Jamaica meeting. The thoroughbreds shipped well and not one of them has shown the slightest indication of fever or any other ailment that frequently fnllows such a long journey as that which they have just finished. The most numerous group in the Smith establishment race under the silks of Jefferson Livingston. Several of them made a good showing during the Hialeah season. Son of John was the leader of the band in the matter of winnings. He has three victories to his credit for the season. This sterling five-year-old will be ready to start at the United Hunts session if the card offers an event that seems attractive. Adamas is another that was a three-time winner at Hialeah. and he is showing his enjoyment of the cooler weather that he encountered when unloaded at the Belmont chute. McAuliffe did not start at Miami, but he was a busy horse in 1926. and his winter of Inactivity has been beneficial. Trainer Smith said that he will send him to the races within a few days after the flags fly at Jamaica. Izetta was unable to gather a pair of brackets at Miami, but she shipped well and has been galloping well since her return to Belmont. She should be useful this season. EXPECTED TO DO BETTER. Nova did not pay her expenses during the winter racing season, but Bob Smith says she Is a better horse in a colder climate and he has no doubts that she will get Into the winners circle soon. Junetta was started but twice in Florida. Ht trainer was not inclined to ask too much of her while she was there. She has been galloping satisfactorily at Belmont Smith likes the start Complication has made and he says this brown son of High Time and Intricate will add to his list of victories. He was winner in the third race he ran at Hialeah. He is a good-looking juvenile. Burning Bush was not started at Miami. This bay son of Campflre — Pixie is a good looker and he has not been hurried. Rose of Kildare, which raced four times at Miami, will not be sent to the barrier again this spring. She has been shipped to Livingstons farm in Kentucky. She will be given a later trial. Burning Glass, bay colt by Assagai — Dancing Sun. started twice with the two-year-olds in Florida, but did not earn brackets. AUDLEY FARM JUVENILES. Trainer Smith has six juveniles that will carry the silks of Audley Farm on the tracks on the metropolitan circuit. They are as follows : Princess Tina, a chestnut filly by Spanish Prince II. — Sonatina, which started twice at Miami and finished second in one of these races. Noise, a chestnut filly by Spanish Prince II. — Confusion, and an attractive miss which facd the barrier twice, but has not been rushed to the races. She is small and full of life and promises to make good. Spanish Princess, a bay filly by Spanish Prince II - Gieatline, started once at Miami and is r.-ady now for a much better showing. Mabel I ale. a chestnut filly by Ormon-dah — I,ady Mabel, which has not faced the barrier. Discovered, a hay filly by Spanish Prince II. — Eureka. Smith believes tliis one will be useful before the season is well under way. She has never started. Racing under the silks of the Sunnyland Stable are Golden Spire, Little Asbestos, Pheasant, Hijo. Aversion and La Iuse. livery one of this lot was useful during the winter season and they will get Into action at Jamaica with the opening of the season. Smith is training Larry Watetburys good four-year-old Carloman, which has won four of his five starts this season. He looks smart and ready for a prosperous season. Water-burys Blue Sky is an attractive juvenile filly by Wildair— Sweet Day. well bred and ready for her debut on the metropolitan tracks.

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