Sir Bartons Half Brother: Montfort Jones Good Colt St. Henry Among Derby Candidates of 1922., Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-27


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SIR BARTONS HALF BROTHER Montfort Jones Good Colt St Henry Among Derby Candidates of 1922 One of Montfort Jones choice collection of threeyearolds which will strongly bid for the honors of their group this year is St Henry half brother to Sir Barton by the young sire The Finn He was a better two yearold than his distinguished relative St Henry did not race much last year but in his five starts he won twice and 3600 mostly through his second to Relay after a tangled beginning in the rich and historic Waldcn Stakes at Pimlico The colt was good look ¬ ing and sized and raced as he went along in all sorts of going as though a longer distance would suit him better than the speed dashes of twoyearolds prevalence St Henrys Walden Stakes race was his best The race was at a mile in November and he was third choice to Oil Man and llunantell in a heavy mutuel investment In the race before the Waldcn the Pimlico Futurity St Henry had no luck or chance and on Pimlicos first day Good Times and Caretaker both good mud runners beat the son of The Finn in sloppy going He was an oddson choice because of the reputation and performance carried with him from Belmont Park to Maryland MarylandSt St Henry liad won his first two New York races He did not make his racing bow until Belmont Park not being ready for Saratoga contention August 31 he began an oddson choice with an easy win in slow going over Chesterbrook Castleton Co and two weeks later at oddson again took Yankee Star Runantell Knot Grass Black Rascal and Zovian into his game bag After that came his three Pimlico races and a wintering visit to his home ground in Kentucky where the colt has thrived and grown and done well generally generallySt St Henry will be in the threeyearold chief races and with the average fortune dur ¬ ing preparation and the fitness that results will be a notable member of his brigade brigadeJohn John Maddens trainer Chuck Walker has St Henry in charge They were to ¬ gether all last year yearThe The figures appended show St Henrys rac ¬ ing performances during the past season Race Track Wt Rider Dist Time Fin Val Purse 115 Fator FatorBelmont Belmont 5 12 f 107 1 700 700Purse Purse 115 Saude SaudeBelmont Belmont 5 12 104 is 1 700 700Purse Purse 107 Fator FatorPimlico Pimlico 34 114 ts 3 200 200Pimlico Pimlico Futyl22 Scobie ScobiePimlico UnpWaldcn Pimlico 1 142 Unp Waldcn 110 Fator FatorPimlico Pimlico 1 144 5 2 20W 20WTotals Totals Races 5 won 2 second 1 1third third 1 unplaced 1 3GOO 3GOOThere There is no better bred colt in American racing than St Henry even though The Finn is without that glamour that was attached to the dead Star Shoot Sir Bartons sire Here is St Henrys fiveline pedigree Arbitrator n fKilwarImljIOgdcn fKilwarImljI ljIasty Gir GirfBend Ogdcn lOnole fBlOnole fB fBend F Fonella Or I Iijvoaia Isinglass IsinglassStar ijvoaia f Star Shoot A Astrology RLTNoodray R Rayon dOr LTNoodray LTNoodrayHanover Woodnymph mml00 FtoSce WoodnymphFtoSce Hanover F FBourbon Bourbon B Bonnie Scotland Aquila J sterling AVhisner I Phoenix Lagle An Revoir

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