Belmont Park: Live News Items from Metropolitan Track, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-15


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BELMONT PARK LIVE NEWS ITEMS FROM METROPOLITAN TRACK Mr. and Mrs. Mose Goldblatt, accompanied by Lee Fitzsimmons, arrived today via motor from Cincinnati. The horses campaigned by Goldblatt at Louisville have been shipped to Latonia and will be raced at the meeting at Lexington. The Cincinnatians will remain in New York until after the running of the Futurity and proceed to Atlantic City, where they will sojourn until the opening of the Milldale track. James W. Coffroth, president of the Tijuana Jockey Club, Jack Atkin and G. W. Schilling arrived this afternoon from San Francisco". While here Mr. Coffroth will announce the list of stakes to be run at the forthcoming meeting of the Mexican track, which will open Thanksgiving day. Lige Brewster will race six of the T. Y OBrien horses and ten, the property of J, H. Keene, at the Havana meeting next winter. The OBrien horses will be shipped to Cuba at the close of the Empire City meet-ign and the Keene horses will be sent on from Kentucky. I Clarence Turner was an arrival from Canada to ride Joseph E. Wideners maiden Rattersea in the Futurity Saturday. After filling that engagement he will go to Toronto to ride through the Woodbine Park meeting. Joe Healy will race a small stable in Cuba next winter. Frascuelo, one that was left in Cuba, has already, been shipped to Oriental Park track, and he will make some other purchases to complete his string. After filling his engagement in the Fu-; turity Saturday J. S. Cosdens Martingale will be shipped to Lexington to start in the Breeders Futurity there. By reason of the run-ups of Wednesday the purses for Friday will be ,233.33 in five of i the races, while tlie fourth race will have a i value of ,733.33. j Will Garth will ship several horses to the Woodbine track Friday. The horses he will send are the jumpers Bullseye, Hallavill and the two-year-olds Doughoregan and Jigstep. George Gall was a visitor, attracted by the running of the Brook Cup, and was well pleased that he made the trip. H. P. Whitneys Flagstaff was raced with blinkers as a part of his equipment in the last race. Royal Greens has been sold as a hunter. He had failed utterly in open steeplechases this year.

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