Belmont Park: Live News Items from Metropolitan Track, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-14


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BELMONT PARK LIVE NEWS ITEMS FROM METROPOLITAN TRACK J. J. Brady of the American Railway Express has made several shipping arrangements for horsemen within the past few days. Several horses will make the trip to Toronto to run in the Toronto Cup, besides Exterminator, "while other owners will go to Havre de Grace for the opening there, September 20. The jumpers of the Malvern Hills Farm will be shipped to Havre de Grace Thursday. Woods Garth will take the J. S. Cosden starter in the Toronto Cup to Toronto on Friday. Fred Kraft will ship his string to Havre de Grace Friday. Later in the year he will make a shipment to Tijuana for the winter racing season. Saturday there will be a considerable shipment of horses to Havre de Grace. R. A. Smith, William Martin and John Schorr, with the E. B. McLean horses, will leave on th::t day. E. R. Bradleys, horses that have been racing at. Belmont Park will go back to Kentucky Saturday, when they will" leave for Lexington. Entries close at 2 p. m. Thursday, September 14, for the Jimmy Owens Steeplechase Handicap, with ,500 added, and a cup Aalued at 00, to be run Saturday, September 16. About two miles. Eugene AVayland has decided that Sally3 Alley will bear the Kilmer silks in the Futurity. Her recent brilliant race under 12G pounds was what made him reach his decision. He will probably start one other in the same race for the Binghamton sportsman. James Rowe added blinkers to the equipment of Harry Payne Whitneys Chickvale in the sixth race. The sensational performance of A. J. Davis Sequel in winning the fifth race Tuesday after having paid a visit to her stable, when she unseated her rider at the post, so impressed Nicola Loscalzo that he claimed her for ,305. Matt Brady has already made reservations to ship his string of jumpers to Laured September 28. J. Howard Lewis has engaged a car to take the Joseph E. Widener horses to the same course September 30. PILLORY TO TORONTO. Eugene Wayland will ship a division of the AVillis Sharpe Kilmer horses to Havre de Grace Sunday. The same day Tom Healy Avill send Pillory to Toronto to start in the cup at Woodbine Park, while Hildreth wit send along his candidates for the same race from the Rancocas Stable. Grey Lag and pedhaps two others will make the trip. D. R. McDaniel has purchased the yearling filly by Great Britain Anna Hastings and accordingly a half-sister to Kewpie S., for John Dundee. There will be other purchases and the young pugilist has decided to come back to racing. J. E. AVideners Futurity candidates, Bat-tersea and Hell Gate, in company with Wilderness, R. T. AVilsons representative, worked three-quarters down the chute after the fifth race in 1 :16 easily. This was the final move of these youngsters before the big classic and they are considered certain starters. W. E. Suggs will ship Lackawanna frorr here to Havre de Grace next Aveek and then on to Cuba, where she will be campaignf:-l during the coming winter. After the running of the third race Tom Healy worked Richard T. AVilsons Pillory a mile and a half in preparation for his engagement in the Jockey Club Gold Cup, to be run Saturday. He wore blinkers and was ridden by Ensor and covered the distance impressively in 2 :34. Tangerine joined in Avith Pillory three-quarters from home and foced him along until he finished his las, half-mile in 53. The fractions for the work were: 24, 49, 1:14. 1:40, 2:0G, 2:34. E. T. Carroll is a child of misfortune. After having waited a long time to hae Deep Sinker ready to race, the horse was kicked while going to the post Saturday and is again thrown out of training temporarily. A. G. Gordon lias returned from Louisville, where lie went to saddle Bud Fishers Cartoonist in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes Saturday. Cartoonist will be shipped back Wednesday and he will have for a traveling companion J. S. Wards Donges, which is coming East to fill his engagement in the Futurity. Brocade, the speedy two-year-old filly in the Bud Fisher stable, died suddenly Monday, a victim of acute indigestion.

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