Eastern Trainers Active: Busy Scenes On Long Island Tracks Herald Approaching Season.; Frank Weirs Horses Most Forward of Those Training at Gravesend--Keene Two-Year-Old Excites Admiration., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-23


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EASTERN TRAINERS ACTIVE BUSY SCENES ON LONG ISLAND TRACKS HER ¬ ALD APPROACHING SEASON Frank Weirs Horses Host Forward of Those Train ins at Gravesend Kcene TwoYearOld Excites Admiration Now York March 22 Frank Weir whose horses are the most forward racers training at Gravesend was the busiest man at the old Brooklyn track yes ¬ terday Mr Weir obviously intends that his horses sliall be ready to do their best at Ainuduct Galley blave the threeyearold by Goldcrest that Mr eir iurehased on his own account from William Lakeland last fall headed the trainers first set which was made up of Galley Slave the lilly Louise K Rarlevthorpe and Rockstone This quartet went half a mile in 55 Barlcythorpe appeared to be a bit proppy at lirst but after getting fairly in motion he went along well enough Kockstone is the most advanced of the Weir horses Alfred Xoble which is in both the Carter and Metropolitan Handicaps went a half in 50 Impressively Alfred Noble is a i opular horse at Graveseud these days All the trainers like him himDick Dick Miller who expects to have his horses ready for Aqueduct was out with William S Fanshawes twoyearolds which breezed in 20 27 and 29 the Broomstick and Hermis fillies showing best The threeyearolds of which The Turk is best merely cantered canteredHichurd Hichurd King allowed his Dr MacBride colts and fillies to canter threeeighths in from 41 to 43 There are at least three good lookers in this outfit and they will be ready to race early King has a promising young jumper which he sent half a mile In 54 54At At tsheepshead Bay the main and yearling courses were alive with horses The going was good and safe but not as fast as at Gravesend Jjravesend going is better this year than it ever was before James Rowe and his sable helper Thomas Green had more work to do than any of their fellows Mr HQWC sent the fillies Maskette Melisande and Infatuation threeeighths of a mile in 4Si These mares seem to be in good condition but it is not likely that they will bo hurried The Belmont Park spring meeting will just about find them rac ¬ ing Twelve of the twoyearolds were sent quarters in 28 and 20 They all went along nicely These youngsters are intended for Aqueduct and Jamaica Ballot Hilarious and Sweep worked halves in 50 57 and 58 respectively Mr Rowe is pleased with the way these good horses are training The two yearolds Archduke Hake Corking Black Friar anil Scrimmage went quarters in 2S 2t and 30 Others vonngsters shown by Mr Rowe were Love Not Spin Nightfall Dreaming Chemulpo Chancery and Forbidden Fruit Forbidden Fruit a daughter of Adam and Citronella is much admired at Sheeps head Hay She is a filly of great size and admirable conformation Some have already picked this lilly as the best twoyearold of her sex this year She looks like a champion already The threeyearolds Metaphor Grasmere Suffragist and Seneca II can ¬ tered halves in 55 and 0 Helmet was a member of this set but he did nothing in the way of fast work workSam Sam IIHdrctlf s first set was made up of Firestone Montgomery and Kose Queen They went halves in 50 57 and 58 They are all doing well and should be ready for Aqueduct Firestone especially is a jirepossessing looker this spring He seems to have wintered more satisfactorily than any other horse In the Hildreth establishment Mr Hildreths second set was mndu up of Jeanne dArc Joe Madden Res tigouche and Dalmatian Every one who sees Dal ¬ matian notices tlie colts remarkable resemblance to Fitz Herbert The two colts are by the same sir1 Kthelbert Jeanne dArc may race at Aque ¬ duct She has a nice turn of speed and looks ex ¬ ceedingly well this spring King James and Wood ¬ craft confined their exercise to slow galloping Jueen Marguerite the pride of the Green River Stable lo ks as fresh as a twoyearold this spring and she is as lively Frank Starita had her do a half in 50 Starita has several twoyearolds that ilrendy are going quarters in 25 and Ihreeoigliths in 42 Staritas youngsters are Jem Cain a bay fojt bv Tithoiiiis Jennie Wren Ilcferee a chestnut colt bV Alloway Senator Collins a bay colt by Tit bonus English Lass Florence t brown filly by Tit bonus Miss Gyp El Troubadour and a bay lilly by Tilhonus Daytona They are good lookers lookersTide Tide Garson sent Tonito a half in 54 and Grania i half in 58 These platers look well bodily and both should race early earlyT T Murphy David Gideons trainer lias two bay fillies arid two chestnut fillies lie sent them niiarters in 27 and 2S 2STom Tom Welsh who sets the pace for the trainers it Gravesend lias hiss big string looking especially well iiul from the character of his training he will surely le represented at Aqueduct AqueductGeorge George Cornnell has a promising pair in Everett and fTandrian while Casque has been doing all that has beci askid of him Frank Taylor did nothing with Fitz ITerlKrt but the son of Kthelbort is looking well and should be ready for any questions asked in training Adriuche is tlie one that Taylor will make his start with at Vqucdiict She went along for three furlongs in 42 and it will not take long to have her ready readyJolni Jolni Hynes has a llkelr lot In his care at Graves oiid and he will probably start Tnbal and Imitator at AqiHdiifrt Black Chief worked a half in 54 and the twoyearolds in the string showe I plenty of speed speedAt At Belmont Park Kimball Patterson worked Uocky OBrien fiveeighths In 1001 The winner of the Tlonefnl last year gives cvideiKe of splendid winter ¬ ing and it is likely that he will agsiin rank high among the colts of his age The Meddler colt pos s os n onlck turn of si ood and his action is ex nellent Winning Widow Plutocrat and Tueo Ryan lre zed threeeighths in 30 Dublin Minstrel went ov r Ibe same ground in 39 2 Judging by appear anris trainer Patterson has several useful ones in his juvenile division Itesponsfnl the twoyearold Mystic River and the unnamed brown colt out of Nalima of tins Richard T iVIlflon Jr string breezed threeeighths in 41 The latter colt is a brother to AlMk11 Stokes Newmarket and other winners Sheriff Bradley Altaniaha Aga Avam Gunstick Dorchester Alxmnd Mr Jingle Cherish Fort Worth Old Boy and Phantasque went i half at n twomlmite flip Kalcadn the fivey arold chestnut horse by Wools thorpe which bowed in both tendons last year has been given cart exercise and he seems to have IxliefiUd by it Falcada in company with llenn conp May Iliver Olambala Mcxoana Radium Star mndlelHrry and Bruslibroom wsis sent fireeighths in 1 13 13fiias fiias Veitcb gnve Grandpa and Nedlim n good Ballon The fornur is training satisfactorily William 11 GriHin has Ms Pirate of Penzance horse Karl G in training and he looks well wellEd Ed Xasli trainer for Grant Hugh Itrowne worked his twoyearold Griffon filly Miss Dooley a quarter in 20 She Is on the small order and will be ready fof Aqueduct AqueductTrainer Trainer William Hay ward was a recent visitor nt Belmont Park About April 1 lie will ship eight liorscs froai New Jersey

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