Many Longacres Arrivals: Influx of Horses Begins in Earnest-Expect Colony of 600 When Meeting Opens, Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-29


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MANY LONGACRES ARRIVALS Influx of Horses Begins in Earnest Expect Colony of 600 When Meeting Opens. SEATTLE, Wash., May 28. With more than sixty horses already stabled at Long-acres, the beautiful White River Valley track is expected to have 600 thoroughbreds in training before" the season opens June 14. Heavy shipments of horses from California, the Middle West and Canada are scheduled within the next few days, and accommodations are ready to stable 850 horses with the many improvements that have been made this spring. The Longacres 0,000 mile feature, booked for August 24, and the increase of purses all along the line for the daily and feature handicap events, are proving a big drawing card for the best horses in the country. Goldstream, a big brown four-year-old by Simony Bees Wing, is stabled here. Owner Ace Smith of Victoria, B. C, will point him for the 0,000 race. Lady Gold Stream, halfsister" of Gold-stream, a nine-year-old mare, sired by Will Summers, will be entered in the handicap, events. - The majority of tlfe horses now stabled here are Washington and Oregon-bred horses with such well-known Washington breeders as Dr. J. B. Clark and E. H. Crpf-ton of the Yakima Valley district having big strings of two and three-year-olds at the track. Sirs. Alice "Berhham has four horses, the ace of her string being Bogota, a three-year-old, bred in Oregon.

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