Salmon Stable in Winter Quarters, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-26


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SALMON STABLE IN WINTER QUARTERS NEW YORK, N. Y., November 25. W. J. Salmon, the New York turfman, has shipped his horses to the Jamaica track, where they will be wintered. Mr. Salmon rented a stable, which he had inclosed, and the horses will remain- at the Long Island course until next spring, when they will go into training for the 1920 campaign. Included in the string are Hobey Daker, Dotty J., Eddie Ricken-bacher. Retrieve, My Laddie and the following promising yearlings: Drown filly, by Wrack Mindful; bay filly, by Wrack Dlazing Star; bay filly, by Wrack Sumptuous; chestnut filly, by Ultimus Tripping; chestnut filly, by The Manager Wilful; bay colt, by Celt Nora Langliorne; bay colt, by Durbar Parthenus; chestnut filly, by Superman Marjoram; bay filly, by Uncle Fair Catherine; bay filly, by Uncle Waterbelle; bay colt, by Great Drltain Tiffany Dlcnd; chestnut colt, by Peter Quince Delle of Ashland.

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