Will Keep Stable Intact: John Hay Whitney to Assist His Mother in Operation of the Greentree Stable., Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-10


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WILL KEEP STABLE INTACT John Hay Whitney to Assist His I Mother in Operation of the Greentree Stable NEW YORK N Y June 9 John Hay Whitney son of Mrs Payne Whitney who developed and owns the famous Greentree Stable one of the most popular racing estab ¬ lishments of the American turf will for the immediate future at least cooperate with his mother in the management of this splen ¬ did sporting1 enterprise enterpriseYoung Young Mr Whitney who is known to his immediate family and associates as Jock had intended before the recent death of his father Payne Whitney to race under his own colors this year It was the wish of the father expressed shortly before his sudden death that the Greentree Stable should carry on in its own name and under its own colors and Jock will cooperate to assure the greatest possible success to the establish ment He has a number of highly regarded twoyearolds purchased at the last Sara ¬ toga sales on the advice and with the co ¬ operation of his parents which will become a part of the established family stable and not one of individual enterprise enterpriseJock Jock Whitney abroad at the time of his fathers death returned as speedily as pos ¬ sible arriving last Friday morning on the steamship Berengaria In the capacity of representative of his mother he paid a short visit to Belmont Park yesterday afternoon to reassure the staff of trainers assistants and stable help that the Greentree Stable would carry on as if Payne Whitney were with them in the flesh as he is in spirit From the new partnership race lovers of New York may rest assured of the fulfillment of every high ideal of Greentree Stable tradi ¬ tion

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