Small, Select Hallenbeck Stable: Much is Expected of Housemaid, Kashmir and Salvestra-Gossip of the Bowie Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-13


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SMALL, SELECT HALLENBECK STABLE Much Is Expected of Housemaid, Kashmir and Sal-vestra Gossip of tho Bowie Meeting. BOWIE, Md., November 12. Frank Taylor expects to cut a considerable figure at tho Bowie meeting this month with the stable of J. J. Hallenbeek or New York. There are not a great many horses in this Hallenbeek outfit. Only Housemaid, Kashmir and Salvestra appear to be fit for racing just now. But these three are in first-class condition and three horses that can win are a good many. Kasli. mlr seems to be nothing but a fall horse. He did not get into racing condition last year until the horses got to Maryland and the best race he has run this year was scored in a race at Pimlico the other day in which he was beaten by Woodtrap aud some other horses. Kashmir was pulling up nearly all the way in this race in consequence of a jam in the first turn. The Delhi horse was caught in the middle of the jam. Salvestra showed when she raced so well with Ormonda at Pimlico track last Thursday that she was at the top of her form again and Housemaid has been at the top of her form right along. William Shea, who will be remembered by patrons of Prince George Park racing as the owner of the one time good sprinter. Tea Caddy, will have Ormonda and Dmmmond in first rate condition for the Prince George meeting. Darke is training Ormonda for Shea. Raleigh Colston is handling Dmmmond. Ormonda was only a fair sprinter when she left Maryland in the spring in the stable of Samuel Ross of Washington. She lias come back a good long distance running filly. Drummond, raced in splendid form over the New York tracks this fall and will be a hard one to beat at Bowie. Colston is one of the old school of colored trainers. Ho is remembered by the fraternity as the developer and handler ot Fountalnhlue, nigh Private, Dorante, Berry Maid the dam of Dominique, and some half a dozen other runners of the first class that used to race for Frederick Forsytlie.

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