Montreal Shipments To Saratoga., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-24


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MONTREAL SHIPMENTS TO SARATOGA Montreal Que July 23 Local owners of thoroughbreds will be well represented at the re ¬ vival of racing at Saratoga Captain W F Pres grave who trains and handles the horses owned by Charles S Campbell of Montreal as well as those owned by Thomas Clyde of Baltimore has left for the Spa Captain Presgrave has In training for Charles S Campbell LIndesta Corn Broom and Bwanu Tumbo This string was the greatest winning stable at Blue Bonnets and Conuaught Park Ottawa during the spring meeting The horses have been given a long rest at Blue Bon ¬ nets and will be fresh and fit for their Saratoga campaign campaignDuring During the meeting at Ottawa Bwana Tumbo picked up a nail while warming up for a race The injury was less serious than at first thought The horse after returning to Montreal was put at work ami has done some useful trials In the past few weeks Corn Broom which was given a severe drilling during the Ottawa aud Montreal meetings has bcnefitted by the rest restCaptain Captain Presgrave has taken the steeplechaser Wlckson owned by Lionel Kkers along with the rest of the horses He will handle the sou of Wickham during his eastern campaign In the stable there are one or two other Montreal owned horses horsesG G R Tompkins Who always has a useful string of jumpers lias also left for Saratoga lie lias charge of the filly Planover which Is locally owned and au eligible for the Kings Plate race this autumn Plauover Is a smart one aud has shown some good workouts this season seasonThe The horses owned by J S Tyrce which were the greatest winners during the recent meeting at King Kdward Park have been shipped back to Blue Bonnets where they will be rested and prepared racingCheer for autumn racing Cheer Up raced by J S Knight was pur ¬ chased after the meeting at King Edward Park by T T Love This horse is of a perfect type for a jumper and may be schooled during the fall fallTrainer Trainer J T AltCafferty of the Tvrce stable sold Skeets to W C AVestmoreland for 700 700Ten Ten carloads of horses will be shipped from King Edward Park to Dufferin Park at Toronto where racing commences August 4

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