De Mund Is The Favorite.: Nineteen Horses Are Carded To Go In Carter Handicap.; Rain Falls Steadily and a Poor Track Is in Prospect--Some Doubts as to Rosebens Starting., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-14


view raw text

DE MUND IS THE FAVORITE. NINETEEN HORSES ARE CARDED TO GO IN CARTER HANDICAP. Rain Falls Steadily and a Poor Track Is in Prospect — Some Doubts as to Rosebens Startinq. Nc» fork, April 13. There is m prospect for a good track for the opening of tin- local raising mm al AipH-dllct. Monday. It has been raining since tsar sdsek in ttCidtj afternoon and tonight it is • •.hi .Hi I raw wiili ,m smis of aha tement. F.veu if Ike sun shines tomorrow the going will be slow Moinla.v. However. there is meat Mattel in the «arter Handfcap aad a tremendous crowd will ix at the course, hailing a e out iniiation of tile storm. There is some uncertainty alM.iit Boeebeal starting, luner Johnson lias, insofar as is known, not sue reeded in making arrangements for a rider for ihe big son of Hen Btreaae. lie had engaged Jack Marl in as pilot, but this was nullified wlien the stewards of the Jockey Club laid Martins application for a ItotSSe on the table at tlieir meeting Thursday, he Mund and Hcpasllp, coupled as the entry of Paul J. Kainey. are Hie ante post favorites for tin- Carter, with Bosebea next in choice and the Augusl Kelnioiil entry, Hon Hie-go and Okeuite. likewise Juggler have a strong following. Here are the carded horses with their weights, probable .jo.-keys ami advance oeh: Koseben 125 J Hennessey 1 to 1 i.lorifier 119 Mountain 9 to 1 Irelension ill Gamer 28 to 1 Bye l«l Miller i; to i Hon Meg* I"s Horner In to 1 •De Mund 108 lladtke J to! Coloael Jack . M Notter 12 to 1 Malacca On J. Johnson Slot Amped 18 M. rVtatoa 25 to 1 Hfeaatta 110 Bnglanrier :: to l Oxford 122 1.. Smith 8 to 1 Brookdalc Nymph ....11"i C. K-H rner 7tol Juggler Ili Nieol 11 to 1 Avauntcer 109 ScfallliBg "."tot Orbicular in". N i" I tOkeafte 99 McDealel in to 1 Comedienne 108 Uoldstein 59 to 1 Marster 03 Vesper 59 to 1 Tileini: 91 Otfce b to 1 Coupled as I1. J. Kainey entry. vconpied as August Belmont entry. Coupled as J. II. McCormick cull J. Ken Beach arrived at Jamaica today from Bennlng with the Keverwvck Stable horses. In Ilic lot was Qoaaaan, which was boaght from Thomas Clyde Thaiaaaj for 82,388. Thomas Hitchcock Jr . has retnmed from Bea ning and will now give the greater portion of his time and attention to his steeplechasers al Kelmont Park. He Btyt there is no doubt that toed ami Plenty will stand training and he will get hill ready fat lhe Whitney Memorial. To tlie program already made up for the spring meeting at Kelmont Park an oversight steeplechase lor foui yeai ..Ids wiih 81,298 has been added. C L. Basic whose application far a trainers license was laid on the table by lhe stewards of the Jockey Cluli last month, has acta -rallied a license though it is understood that he does not ex|ieet to Be « great deal of training this year. The applica tion of Willie Martin for a trainers license has been denied. Likewise the npplicalioii of Joe Mr P.ride for a jockeys license. Whether the track is good or slow Monday alter noon, it is apparent that big tields will be lhe order of Hie day and with fch burses as Keator. Anna May. Ace High; Duhi.111. Biggs, Northville: Cold Foil. Marston. Hands Around: He Mund. Hon Diego, BsSshsa; Society l.ud. Lord Badge, Killochan: Onie-ulUiii. Orphsa Lad and AlpeMiinaroheii showing conspicuously in the entries. New Yorkers can hardly fail to be well entertained on the esesasg day of the metropolitan campaign.

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1907041401_1_2
Library of Congress Record: