Cuban Owner to Extend His Campaign.: Senor Tolan Will Race His Horses in Canada and This Country., Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-17


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CUBAN OWNER TO EXTEND HIS CAMPAIGN. Senor Tolar. Will Race His Horses in. Canada and Thij Country. Havana. nici. January Hi. Senor Samuel Tolan, Whose Imp-rater was the champion racer of the Oriental Talk Meeting last wint -r. contemplates getting together .: formidable stable for a summer campaign in the 1nited States. Imperator. which is fast rounding to alter a long let up. will he se, a with the colors up -hortly. He is being trained thi- winter by Edward llatlmian. a young hois, man Who won a aaaiber of races here last year with Maxim- Choice. The latter was a discard from the stabh- John Whales, who gave him up as a hopeless ease. Batluaan broke tin- horses non-winning career, anil since thea he has been a frequent winner at ;iii tracks where he raced*. But to get bail; to Senor Tolan- stable Imperator is a much biggl r hone right now thai at any tune in his career and till POSOC Sites that keen turn of speed that In-showed so frequently when John Powers trained him. A few days back Senor Tolan added to his string the promising three-year-old Sir Wettoas, whh b ■a pan hand of v. F. Behaflte. sir WeDoaa i- a • hestnut olt by Ji;n Gnfliiey -Dine:noek. a mare thai Sehulte both hied and raced The coll started 1 ere three time-. In his first effort he was third to Al Hud-en and Amazonian and then came bach and heat Ol.wi ;. and Lord Ityron. In Lis other Start he was giving away much weight to SOSM older horses and wa- beaten a neck for third place by Ownna. Back of him in this race were Anita and DebMeey Jams Everman. who trained Sir Willons for Mr. Sehulte. wa- a much disappointed man when the sab- was made. ■While it may sound like an extravagant statement to make." ► aid Everman. "nevertheless I believe that sir Welktna will develops into equally as good a bone • Bodge. Hi- is a much better dispositioned colt than the litter and is i lie of the sweetest Colts to tram that 1 ever handled. He is one of the BOfi that will not overexert himself in his work and will do only what his rider forces him to do. II- is as docile a- a kitten in the stable and 1 p-ally dool think thai he has a single had habit Resides lie i- absolutely sound. Wlc-n I took sir Welions over be was poor and the first two weeks thai I had him in- fairly ate me out of bowse and tame. He contii ually inauiiched hay and took on :l h so rapidly that one would BWppeee that he 1 ad only been half fed. The colt is not near himself yet despite the good showing that he made here and it was i Ii Sgalasl my advice that Mr Kchulta parted with him. I think that he is i.f tie- best thre. year old prospects I have seen in a long time. " Beaor I ohm has UMtrUCted Bath-l lan to aahsr tin- call in all of the an idim D rbyi and at tie- conclusion of the limlico uit-cl-iug lie will be shipped to Xorouto.

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