Gossip From The East., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-26


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GOSSIP FROM THE EAST New York January25 The liberality with which George J Long J T Ireland C C Van Meter Miller Henderson and Frank G Hogan have made nomination for the Shcepshead Bay and Gravesend stakes of 1910 indicates that those western horsemen are going to race in the east the coming summer Mr Van Meter has nominated his Woolsthorpe gelding The Fad in half a dozen stakes at Graves ond and Shcepshead Bay with Toplaud a son of Or ¬ lando and Topsy Over OverBarnev Barnev Sehreibcr is not apparently counting on sending Jack Atkin to the stud at Woodlands not ¬ withstanding his declaration at the beginning of the winter meeting at Jacksonville that the son of Sain would IK retired to the stud this year Jack Atkin is in the stable that John Powers is training for Mr Schreiber He lias started only once at Moncreif Park but In is in excellent condition and Mr Schreiber lias named htm for many of the minor handicaps to be run at Gravesend and Sheepshead tay during the summer As long as Jack Atkin keeps sound thore is no reason why he should not continue to race Mr Scluvibtr has no immediate need of his services at Woodlands Sain still a young horse is as vigorous as need be beMaskette Maskette is wintering satisfactorily at James Howes barn at Sheepshrad Bay and bids fair to train soundly for her 1910 engagements The great lirowii daughter of Disguise and Bitnrica is in much lietter condition than she was a year ago Maskette will have to contest this season in handicaps with matured racers It is up to Maskette to win one of Ihu great mile and a quarter handicaps if she is to make good her right to l e rated with Imp Artful and Beldame Imp won the Suburban of 9 Bel ¬ dame look the Suburban of 1905 and Artful while still a threeyearold dofuted Ort Wells aud Bel ¬ dame in the Brighton of 1905

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