New York Stables Plans: Belmont Park Trainers Deciding When and Where to Start, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-30


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NEW YORK STABLES PLANS ! • Beimont Park Trainers Deciding When and Where to Start. a W. J. Salmon Horses to Race in Maryland — W. R. Coe Stable to Await Jamaica Opening. ♦ NFW YORK. N. Y.. March M— The various trainers who are preparing their horses for the 192-c.impaign at Relmont Park are now deciding when and where their respective stables will begin the spring racing season. A number are far along in their conditioning work anil will be sent to Maryland, while many others are taking the preparation slowly and will not start before the advent of New York racing. The B. L. Oeiiy horses, in rharge of trainer George Odaaa, are among those which are well ■laag in their work and some of them may be sent to Maryland, pr.-viding the weather continues good I dining the net few weeks. . Trainer T. .1. llealey plans to take the Walter T. Salmon horses to Havre de C.iacc. He may also i Tike some of the R. T. Wilson string with him. S. 1*. Hi.rlan. who is training the large Creentree ■table band, has his charges well along in their c nditioiiing. Jockey Iiwrenoe Lyke is galloping . the hoi ses daily and the progress of their training work indicates nn intention to race them during the Maryland aeoaoa. Among the stables -which will not start the spason until New York wing opens is W. R. Coos band iu charge of trainer W. H. Karrick. These horses are going along slowly and will not he ready for , racing unt1 the opening at Jamaica, May g. The . Oneck Stable horses, also in the care of trainer Karrick, will not start until that time. Karricks Jockeys, the veteran Charles Fairbrother and the lightweight 1. McCoy, are t otli fit and down to ridiag sreight, COCHRAN HORSES TO START LATE. Traiaer .! imea Rrani is also tikn-.g his time with the ciff.rd A. Cochran horse* and it is not Hkely say bf rheia "ill start before the opealag • the Belmont P.:rk meeting. The stable ha secoad ..;:i .hi tbe serrices of lackey Frank Keogh. l"lee:i two vear-eds and five older Inrs, s b .-loaging to .i. B. Wideiier are coining along well under the direction of trainer Thomas Welsh. Pie yoiiugslers are the besl .looking I.nn! Which Mr. Widen •. has raced ill a number of years. The ;. D. Wideaer horses, tee la ■aaaber, are ::ll m giN,.i Condition under A. J. Joyner. Some ol lhcm will he seen uniier colars duiing the Jamaica meering. Six of the ton ere older horses, while four are two-year-olds. .!.• • Noiter. former jockey, who h training the small Stables of A. C. and M. L. Schwartz and Fred Johnson, lias his lueses vw-ll advanced in their training work. Column, one of the good Schwartz juveniles last year, has developed into a goad looking three-year-old. Roth the Schwartz brothers and Johnson visit the track frequently to watch their horses in their gallop . The Oak Ridge Stable horses are training well under John I.oftus. but will not stmt racing until the opening • the Neu York season. They are siill in the preliminary stages of their conditioning work, but are standing up satisfactorily under easy work. ♦

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