Prompt Response From Horsemen.: Belmont Park Reservations Assure an Abundance of Racing Material., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-18


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PROMPT RESPONSE FROM HORSEMEN Belmont Park Reservations Assure an Abundance of Racing Material New York April 17 Any doubt that may have existed that racing about New York City would be handicapped tor want of horses has been dispelled There are more than 1000 stalls on the grounds of the Westchester Racing Association and it is assured that not many will lie vacant when the meeting begins May 3u Already there have been reservations enough to make this prediction safe A great many of the horses that will furnish the sport in New York will not reach Belmont Park until the close of the meeting of the Maryland Jockey Club at PImlico May 20 and that will afford their trainers ten days in which to freshen up their charges for the program that will begin the season here hereThe The most notable of recent arrivals at Belmont Park is the stable of John Sanford It has always been the custom of Mr Sanford and his father the late Jen Stephen Sauford to begin their campaign at Saratoga but this year it lias been deeided to start with the others at Belmout Park There are twentytwo all twoyearolds in the Sanford lot and they have impressed those who have seen them Trainer Albright has not done a great deal with any of them but it should not take long to have them ready for racing and being early on the ground they will doubtless figure in the early races at the big course All of them are Ilurricanabred and several of them are close relatives to famous horses Only one of the lot is by Potomac for so long considered the premier sire of the Amsterdam stud This one is a lilly out of Rock Rose The younger stallions are variously represented and their development will be decidedly Interesting The Sanford string Is composed Of OfAlberta Alberta True b f by Chuctannnda Anriesvlllc AnriesvlllcBrumley Brumley ch c by Isidor Adriutha AdriuthaCaptain Captain Burns T c by Rockton Ravenna RavennaCliff Cliff Field b or br c by Clifford Richfield RichfieldCliff Cliff Maid b f by Clifford Barmaid II IIFatigue Fatigue b f by Caughnawaga Unrest II IIHill Hill Stream b f by Chuctanunda Burnt Hills HillsHolland Holland b c by Isidor Amstel AmstelIrish Irish Boy ch c by Caughnawaga Irish Girl II IILove Love Apple ch f by Chuctanunda One I Love LoveMaid Maid Mohawk br f by Mohawk II Kennyetto KennyettoMay May Dora ch f by Isidor Mai MaiMon Mon Cliff b c by Clifford Princess Monmouth MonmouthPerth Perth Rock blk c by Rockton Perth PerthRose Rose Rock b f by Potomac Rock llose lloseSir Sir William Johnson ch c by Isidor La Tosca II IISong Song of Valley b c by Isidor Queen of Song Waga WhiplashYoung SongWaga Hill ch c by Caughnawaga Whiplash Young Emblem b c by Royal Emblem Onaga OnagaRichard Richard F Carman who raced at Juarez during the winter is expected at Belmont Park Friday with twentylive horses They have been at the Bennlng track of the Washington Jockey Club for some weeks Meridian is the star of the stable and lie will undoubtedly be its dependance in the big handicaps of the season seasonOthers Others at Belmont Park include James Owens witli the Greentree Stables horses Silas Veitch with a dozen belonging to various owners William Hogaii with the McLennan lot W II Henry with ten belonging to different owners J E Nash who has four belonging to the Brownleigh Park Stable and eight of the R T Wilson lot that trainer Hcaley did not ship to the Maryland tracks tracksMost Most of the Greentree Veitch Hogan and Henry horses are steeplechasers many of which will race at the hunt meetings which l egin with that of the Rockaway Hunt Club April 20 20Work Work on the rehabilitation of the Jamaica track has legun This course has l een practically idle for four years and naturally there Is much to be done to put it in good condition for a race meeting But Superintendent Malicr has taken the work in hand and everything will be in firstclass shape by July 7 7Racing Racing Secretary W C Edwards is now at work on his program of stakes There will be a dozen or more and they will be framed along liberal lines Entries for these events will close during the Pim lico meeting The Excelsior Handicap which fea ¬ tured the Jamaica program for several years and which grew to be one of the important features of spring racing will be the headliner headlinerFred Fred Rehberger has gone to Havre de Grace to take up his duties as secretary of that meeting Before leaving he framed the stake program for the Saratoga meeting and it has gone to the printer printerWilliam William Lakeland has gone to Havre de Grace with a small but select string It is his intention to campaign at Pimllco at tho close of Havre de Grace racing and return to New York in ample time for the opening at Belmont Park ParkMatt Matt Allen is back from Florida and promises to be a regular when the horses are called to the post at Belmont Iark Mr Allen is looking tine and fit after his winter in the south and is enthus ¬ iastic over the possibilities for the restoration of the snort

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