Quincy Stable for 1922: Twenty-Two Horses Included in Present Holdings of James F. Johnson, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-01

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Jt |i ■ , t I ! l l , ] | ] j | . j j , ! ; ; | , 1 I | • • I ! 1 j j I ; j i , J I j j 1 i | I , , i 1 j I j I ! j I I | QUINCY STABLE FOR 1922 Twenty-Two Horses Included in Present Holdings of James F. Johnson. Tweny two ouincy Stable horses are in sriater oaarters at the old Graresead track. Ol these thirteea are older horses aad nine are two jrear Mils only twenty one of the thoi OSghbreds, however. will earrj the copper and cardinal on the racetraek this summer, as Sunny Jim. the four year-old colt. Io I liar Rock l.ncv If., which went wrong in irainii.g early last year, will not lie need again until 1923. according to present plans The veteran of the stable is Captain Alcock. five year -old son of Ogdi n -Mallard, by Star Shoot. which made ipiile a record for himself in the handicap division last year. Much is ;.Uo expected of Copper Demon, four-year-old son of Oratoadale-I.adv Bedford, and of the three-year-olds Ray Jay. Relay and Yankee Star. Trainer Jam.-- HtsatauaMM and owner James V. Jo] ins. ii! have gathered together a good band of two-year-olds. Of the nine jronagstera la the stable, five have been named. Jockeys . afoosey, R. I. nip aster. S Lowe and C Ionce are mid r contract to ride for the Quincy Btahle during the coming season. The Quincy Stable two-year-olds are: Rater Eyes, br e, by Fair Play Ardent, hy Breoassttek. Blaeasoat, bik. e, by Vuhaiu — Xotasakja, by The Commoner. The Senior, b c. by Vubain — Arlette. by Robert Ie Diablo. Th Qregeriaa, blk •-. hy star Shoot- Fair Lssdae, by Ogden. Frank ;.. ch c. by Pit imns- Sweet Day. by Peep oDay. Blaek rolt, by Celt -Robolink II.. by Willonyx. Chestnut colt, by Ormondale Ronnie Iarrie. hy Ogden. Ray colt, by Vulcain — Princess Ormonde, hy Or-mondale. Ray Gelding, by Delhi — Play Fair, by Fair Play. The stables older horses are: Captain Alcock. ch. h. 5. by Ogden— Mallard, by .Star Shoot. Copper Demon, b. e. 4. by Ormomlale--I«id.v Bed-! ford, by Ogden. Teddy B., a. e, 4. by Wrack— Marie Francis, by Sir Dixon. sumi.v Jim. h. c. 4. by Friar Rock — l.ucy M., by Hamburg Relay, b. e. 3. hy Assagai— War Doll, by Sir Geoffrey. Ray Jay. b. c, 3. by Assagai— Roman.ge. by Poly-| melus. All Over. h. c. 3. by Zeus — Lassie, by Knight F.i rant. Yankee Star. blk. o, 3. by Star Shoot— Yankee Lady, by Yankee, Mystic, ch. C, 3. by Magic II— Sobranje. by Poly-! melus. iorchy. h. c. 3. by Light Brigade — Jessie Wood-| son. fly Scorpion. Minima, ch. f. 3. by Friar Rock — Miss Minnie, hy Meddler. Annie Rooney. br. f. 3. by Wrack— Twin Six. by Celt. Alice .. b. f. 3. by Assagai— Carisbrooke Castle, 1 bv Kings Messenger. ♦

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