New Jersey: Howells Have Five Good-Lookers New Jersey Futurity on July 16 Simpson Visits at Chasmer Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-05


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j m ► I New Jersey * By PETER COLE Hbwells- Have Five Good-Lookers New Jersey Futurity on July 16 Simpson Visits at Chasmer Farm FREEHOLD, N. J., May 3.— Mr. and Mrs. George S. Howell of Tourelay Farm, Sco-beyville, has five good-looking foals frisking mg in in the the broodmare broodmare j mg in in the the broodmare broodmare paddock. Three are fillies, a chestnut by Vimeland — Bijou Fol Royal Gem , a chestnut by the same sire, out of Dina Fox Equi-fox, and a bay by Partners All — Savoir Sally Emileo — the dam of Savant. The colts are by Vineland, one a bay out of Light Muffin Muffin Lighthouse, Lighthouse, Muffin Muffin Lighthouse, Lighthouse, m the other a brown out of Greek Fire Greek Song. Howell, a trainer for over 20 years, has, been racing in Maryland this spring, and is now quartered at Garden State for the May meeting. Among his charges are the horses owned by Mr. and Mrs. William Snell of Vineland, whose My Warrior Greek Warrior — Win My Way won the 1957 renewal of the Home Bred Handicap at Atlantic City. Win My Way was bred this spring to Heliopolis and another Snell mare, Bills Honey, is booked to Spartan Valor, who stands at the Hells Stock Farm in Jobs-town. The Howells will have three two-year-old homebreds participating in the Jersey racing programs this year. One is the filly, Oh Fay. by Pareners All — Bijou Fol, and two are colts by Vineland, one named Portman. out of Gaye Dot, the other a handsome chestnut named Pytchlay, out of Light Muffin. There are presently three yearlings at the Scobeyville farm. One Is a bay filly by Helvetian, out of Win My Way, owned by the Snells, and the colts, owned by the Howells. are a chestnut by Partners All — Gaye Dot, and a bay by Vineland, out of Savoir Sally. AAA Dr. Martin C. Kaples of Wakefield, R. I., whose 1956 foal by Helvetian, out of Scherzo, now racing as Go George Go, won the New England Yearling Show last season, has sent the mare back to Helvetian this spring. Helvetian has sired a number of good horses, many of whom gained dis-. tinction on the New England circuit. Ruff Acres Farm sent its mare, Girl Crazy Blue Swords to Helvetian. The mare has a bay filly by Alerted at feet, and Dale-Win Stables Leisurely Selalbeda is booked to the son of "Sir Gallahad HI. who stands at Charles Burkes Lincroft" Farm. Burke has a bay filly by the sire out of Love Story Head Play, who has been booked to Samuel P. Stecklers Fort Salonga. who stands at Woodland Farm. Burke has also booked his mare Ginger D. Peter Jarvis Jr. nee Louise Tufano is di-to that sire. At Marise Farm in Eatontown, Mrs. viding her time between the Marise Nursery nine foals, and the Jarvis nursery one three-months-old son named Louis Peter. Shrewd scheduling enables Mrs. Jarvis to continue supervision of the breeding program at the farm, where Market Wise and his son Wise Margin are at court. Pat Collins Is farm manager. Mrs. Jarvis has a two-year-old homebred colt named Hey Pasquale, by Market Wise, out of Apocape, by Sir Damion at Garden State with trainer and part-owner Hugh Dufford, brother Sam Tufanos three-year-old Jersey-bred colt King Me Ferd, trained by Sam Edmundson, is a candidate for the 5,000 added Delaware Valley Stakes on May 10 at Garden State. The colt and several others owned by Tufano have just been vanned down from Rhode Island. AAA Monmouth Park has announced the date for the New Jersey Futurity. The 5,000 added 6-furlong feature for homebreds, nominated in utero, will be contested on Wednesday, July 16. On the morning of the same day, the Thoroughbred Horse Breeders* Association of New Jersey will hold its twelfth annual Yearling Show in the English walking ring at .Monmouth Park. John McShain of Barclay Stable, Med-ford, purchased Meadowview Farms booking to Never Say Die, the American-bred stallion who now stands at the National Stud In England. Farm manager Thoburn Smith reports that Barclay Stable bought a mare privately expressly for the service in England. She is Coventry Girl, a seyen- Continued on Page Forty-Nine .J 1 * ■ - - - - - i, - New Jersey By PETER COLE • Continued from Poge Ten year-old daughter of Mustang — Coventry Bell, by Hyperion. McShain breeds horses and races them on both sides of the Atlantic. Last year the Philadelphia industrialist accomplished a three-nation coup when his Irish-bred Ballymoss annexed the English St. Leger. Noel Simpson, one of the New England owners of Beau Le Havre, the son of Beau Repaire, who is leased to Charles L. Saba-tini, visited Sabatinis Chasmar Farm in Spring Lake recently to look over the first American crop of the gradson of Beau Pere. Among the youngsters paraded before him were a bay colt out of Spinekeal, and a .bay filly by Joline, both owned by Sabatini, both bearing a remarkable, resemblance to 1 the sire. He also saw Anthony Imbesils bay colt out of Seraphine Hierocles . Beau Le Harve is the sire of two of New Zealands best performers. Qne, Bridie, now five, has enjoyed a spectacular career as a stakes and cup winner, and the four-year-old Port Boy has annexed numerous prizes on New Zealand and Australian ovals, among them the .New Zealand Derby. In addition to Beau Le Harve. Sabatini stands the imported Babylonian, by Prince Chevalier — Babylon, by Bahram. William B. Vandegrift of Vande Farm, Mount Holly, has a chestnut colt by Blenheim H., out of Ankle Hi* by Attention. In the same neighborhood, the James F. Murphys have "a chestnut filly by "War God — Colonelette.

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