Twenty-Eight Greentree Racers in Belmont Barn: Big Band of Juveniles in Gavers Care-Florida Unit due Later, Daily Racing Form, 1944-04-06


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Twenty-Eight Greentree Racers in Belmont Barn Big Band of Juveniles in Gavers Care — Florida Unit Due Later NEW YORK, N. Y., April 5.— Greentree Stable has 28 horses at Belmont Park in the capable hands of John Gaver, with eight more due to ship from Florida on April 9. The bearers of the famed pink jacket with the black stripes on sleeves and black cap wintered well at Aiken, S. C, j and will be ready for action as the Jamaica ; meeting opens the New York season on Saturday. There are a dozen older horses in the i stable, headed by Devil Diver, who is named for Saturdays Paumonok and a probable starter, and Shut Out, the 1942 Derby winn», is pointing for the Dixie Handicap May 6 at Pimlico. A third name horse in the Mrs. Payne Whitney squadron is Stir Up, winner of the Flamingo Stakes at Hialeah. The other older horses now at Belmont are Famous Victory, Music Hall, Bird Hawk. Broad Grin, Tambo, Bold Anna, Sunday Supper, Dustman and Bounding Bow. The juveniles consist of six colts, a trio of geldings and seven fillies and, as is to be expected, they are a fashionably bred collection. Coincidence, bay colt, by Questionnaire — Small World; Dockstader, brown colt, by Mr. Bones: — Phalarita: First Mate, bay gelding, by Mate — Rare Bloom; Guny-mede. chestnut colt, by The Porter — Outburst; Paricutin, brown colt, by Blenheim II. — Nea Lap; Scholarship, brown colt, by Rhodes Scholar — Snooze; Theme Book, bay colt, by Time Maker — Minxy; Willing Spirit, gray colt, by Gallant Fox — Last Lay; unnamed brown gelding, by Questionnaire ■ — Fourragere; Cherry Pop, bay filly, by Questionnaire — Cherry Tart; Expression, bay filly, by The Porter — Never Change; Flood Mark, bay filly, by Johnstown — Rhythmic; Glade Lily, bay filly, by Menow — Glade; Outlandish, bay filly, by Questionnaire — Grotesque; Shadows Fall, bay filly, by Ariel — Evening Shadow; unnamed brown filly, by Firethorn — Oonagh. The latter filly is a half sister to Pom-poon, while Paricutin is a half-brother to Four Freedoms, the revelation of the Hial-leah season. The three-year-old Sunday Supper is a full-sister to Hash and was lightly raced last year.

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