Lively at New Orleans: Horses Thronging in Daily from All Points of the Compass, Daily Racing Form, 1915-12-04


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LIVELY AT NEW ORLEANS * HOESES THRONGING IN DAILY FEOM ALL 4, POINTS OF THE COMPASS. I Big Schorr Stable Eeaches the Track in Prime Con- s dition, as Also Does the Clark Stable from San I Francisco — Other Arrivals. I iu i ii New Orleans. La.. December 3. — John W. S.horrs •, strong aggregation e.f racers reachcod the Fair . Grounds Thursday fr. in Louisville after an unevent- fill trio. Tin- horses snipped in Rood condition. Tiny were in charge of John F. Schorr, who will i supervise their training. There were eighteen iu : the consignment, all in prime condition to race and intended to engage often in contests during the fifty-six days of local racing. The star of the r consignment is the crack three-year-old Ed Crump. Others in the string include Mars Cassidv. Linden- j thai. Dick Williams. Aunt Josie. Goldcrest Boy. j Itatina. Miss Kiln;-. Eddie Delling. P ditician. Brown- stone. Miss Georgia, Pleasureville and live yearlings. , Originally it was the intention of Mr. Schorr to j •end twenty-two of his horses here hut just prior to shipping he considered it hest to leave Froglcgs . and three others behind. Fn.glegs was sent .o Kccnlaud Farm, where he will lie mated with i several choice marcs. Messrs. Schorr and Keene formed a breeding partnership last summer. With the Schorr consignment came the crack sprinter Bringhurst. which Louis Taul er recently . purchased from Senator Johnson X. Catnden. chair- -man of the Kentucky State Racing Commission. . Jockey F. Judy, a promising apprentice, who will i do most of the riding for the Schorr stable, came . with the- horses. Another big band of racers that arrived yesterday was that of C. W. "lark, the California millionaire sportsman. Tiiey arrived from San Francisco in charge of J din bnvc. In his consignment were Hose Marion. Friskv. Aunt Sal. Bas Blanc. Hose- : point. Dr. Mack, Theodorita. Brynlimah and four ye:irlings. i Fr"iii Lexington. Ky.. came James Baker with his i own horses, headed by Irish Gentleman and the se -« nd division of the stable of It. L. Baker, indexing Beulah S. and Syrian. Others that arrived at the same time were the horses owned bv John O. Whitlow. T. F. Brannon and Preston West. W. Perkins, who will bring here a consignment of M. C. Moores horses and those of his own. will ; arrive tomorrow. There are some useful racers in ■ tiie band and they will find ample opportunity during • the meeting. Jockey Walter Andress came ye?- telrday from Lexington and will tie the chief rider ■ for the stable. Jockey W. Meehan. who is under • , contract to Mr. Combs, whose horses will also be • * trained by Perkins, arrived last Wednesday. Francis J. Pons shipped some of his racers from his farm in Madison. Tenn., yesterday. The horses arc due here Saturday. G. W. Scott will send here five horses he now hss at Dallas. Texas. They will reach the Fair Grounds next Monday. Another extensive string that is scheduled to arrive Sunday is that of G. W. Wingfield. Nevada mine owner and s|Hirtsraan. who is bending every effort to help restore the sport in this country and recently expended a large sum in England far choice racing and breeding material. He will send here fifteen horses, all said to tie in prime condition to race. The horses will come from San Francisco, where Mr. Wingfield played a prominent part iu re-establishing racing during the exposition. The riders now here include F. Judy. F. Murphy. A. Collins. C. Van Dusen. W. Meehan. J. Brown. M. Berger. W. Warrington. L. McAtee. P. Lowder, A. Keogh. W. Andress and W. W. Taylor. A shipment from Bowie this morninc included the rae-ers of Emil Herz. who brought thirteen, including the crack English horse Short Crass. Others from the same point were W. V. Walsh, F. M. Sheedv. W. J. Spiers. J. Gibson and A. W. Foulk. The Fair Grounds track continues lightning fast and trials of half miles under oO are frequent. The weather is ideal. General Manager Murphy, who arrived yester-dav. was highly pleased with the amount of preliminary work done in connection with the meeting and is* bonding every effort to relieve the stable congestion, brought on bv the excessive applications for stall room here. There are now nearly five hundred horses at the track and every train brings additions. Judge Murphy anticipates the greatest meeting in the history of winter racing and the indications are that his belief will turn out to be correct.

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