Sanford Stable Arrives at Jamaica: Trainer W. J. Young Has Big String in forward Condition-Metropolitan Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1918-04-06


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SANF0RD STABLE ARRIVES AT JAMAICA I Trainer W. J. Young- Has Big String in Forward i Condition — Metropolitan Gossip. New York. April ." . — Trainer W. J. Young has ar- ; rived at Jamaica with the John San ford horses. I which were wintered at Charleston. S. ft They are all in forward condition and stood the long trip from | the south in fine health. ; Andrew Miller and Ambrose Clark were down at ; Gravesend Saturday morning to sec trainer Golds- j borough work out some of his charges. RoaiiiT i worked three-quarters in 1:23 under a stiff pull aud acted as if he could have gone much faster if I wanted. Ticket and Recount also worked well and I apjieared well advanced for this time of the year. [ Goldsborough also had out several two-year-olds. : which looked well advanced and whose work was entirely satisfactory, although nothing approaching the sensational was attempted. Ipon the whole. | according to the present outlook. Goldsborough j should have a strong string with which to begin this years campaign. The new clubhouse at the Aqueduct track is Hearing completion and it has attracted no end of admiration from visitors to the home of the Queens Countv Jockey Club. It will -ost something over *."V0.0iu. aud oilier improvements will be made at the track. The long walk from the stand down to Hie paddock will l»e concreted and other minor improvements will be made. MAX HIRSCHS NEW CHARGES. Samuel Willets has Mat three fillies that were in the care of the late Charles T. Patterson, over to Max Hirsch at Belmont Park. Hirsch will fit these fillies along with the George W. U»ft horses he is training, and it is the intention to bring them to the races early. It has been announced that Fred Burlew has been selected to take the place of the late trainer Patterson in the Robert L. Gerry stable. At the time of his death Patterson had the horses all well advanced and he had some juveniles in the string that had pleased him immensely. John Mulrennan still is at Gravesend. but he is in almost hourlr expectation of being called to the colors. Arch. Odom Georges brother has lieen in the heavy artillery for some weeks and it is Ulieved by his friends that he already has gone to Fiance. George Odom says that both Ed Roche and Bella IN»sniond have wintered especially well and that he exnects them to lie rather more than •"useful" during" the racing of 191S. He also has a small fillv bv Sweep, of which he expects good things. but" his" favorite two year olds thus far are Earlocker, Lord Brighton, Auctioneer and King Plaudit. Among some of the recent work-oufs at Gravesend were five-eighths in 1 :0" by Ernest Sietas* bay filly Millrace. three-eighths in 39 by George Odoms Auctioneer. Lord Brighton and Earlocker; hree-quarters by A. A. Reillvs Green Gold in 1:22. with Alma Gay accompanying him and both under stiff restraint. Greeu" Gold worked five-eighths in 1:05.

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