H. P. Whitneys Stable in England, Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-16


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H. P. WHITNEYS STABLE IN ENGLAND. One of tin- most respected of the Ame.i.an spoil-men who have raced in this country, II. 1. Whit aeya .h„i terteac has hardly keen com roc nan rate with the enthusiasm displayed or the lavish outia incurred. His liberality has been well seconded by his capable trainer, Joyner. who has quite ingratiated himself with the people at Newmarket, and tne success of his stable is never begrudged and always well received. lie has usually bad a long string of American-bred horses, under his charge, ih.iiiv of whom have shown great smartness over courses that have net been of any great length, and for such be has been bail to beat. Barrow ami Whisk Broom come int.. thai category, ami the latter in particular put in some capital performances in the seas ecenily closed, though he only won a coinde ot races. Borrow also scored twice iii events of ftirly good value, and as regards the number of races secured Balaton Lodge made a considerable mark with thirty t.. its credit. They were most i of moderate worth, however, and the C.vikhi odd s. .mod in stnke money is a comparatively poor re turn for the years operations. The team BOW under Joyners care is hardly so long as he has previously had. but it Includes over a dozen two-year-olds by Broomstick and Hamburg — sires greatly favored by their owner -and. as most of them have been freely nominated, it is to lie hoped Mr. Whitney lion - perieuee the satisfaction of lading tin-Ill able to hold their own with our home bred contingent. His borse* now at Balaton Lodge are: Whisk Broom, eh. !j. ;. |,V Broomst iek -Audience. Borrow, b. . ... bj Hamburg— Forget. Flanders, ch. c. t. by Bargmnaater Fieaoie. Brush By, dr. :.. :;. by Broomstick Bine QtrL Nightstick, eh. u. :;. by Broomstick Handspun. Slyboots, b. f. :t. hy Broomstick— Artful. Doable Si. eh. u". : by Delhi Dominoes. Cabaret, br. e. :;. by Delhi -Pink Domino. Meeting House, ch. c, ::. by Voter Noonday. Miramichi. eh. .■ .:. by Voter Running Stream. Pandean, br. c, ::. by Peter Fan Midge. Brown gelding, •:. by Peter Fan -Umbra. Two .iii.l g|s II., eh. U. .!. by Peter Fan— Half Crown. Fly by Night, eli. f. ::. by Peter Fan -Daxxling. Brown lilly. ::. by Peter Fan -Ladastac. Chestnut filly. ::. by Voter Court Dress. Bit o Bye, b. g, ::. by Disguise Blturlca. Cross Mj Palm. ch. f. ::. by Disguise Seeress. Harmonicon, ch. c. :;. by Disguise Harpsichord Kaj Illy. .:. by Watercress Hamburg Belle. Bay colt. ::. by Hamburg Eugenia Burrh. Cherokee Rose, br. f. ::. by Peter Fan -Boyal Hay ...It. 1. by Broomstick Jinks Bav colt, -. by Broomstick Sandrla. Chestnut colt, i. bj Broomatlek -Rose of Dawn. ho, turn colt, J. by ltr is tick Whimsical. Raj gelding, J by Broomstick Xela. Bay glly, J. by Br stick Artful. Hay tilly. 2. by Br istick Petticoat. Fay filly, l. by Br nstick Jersey Lightning Chestnut Blly. -J. by Broomstick -Urania. Chestnut Ally. l by Hamburg -Waterchrrte. Brown Blly. 2. by Hamlwrg Stamina. Baj -eM ins, -. by Hamburg Yankee Girl. Bay colt. 2. by Hamburg Forget. Chestnut ...it. 2, by Hamburg Mineola. -London Sportsman.

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