Knebelkamps Big Sting: Louisville Owner to Race Twenty Three Horses at Havana, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-22


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KNEBELKAMPS BIC I STRING! Louisville Owner to Race Twenty-Three Horses at Havana. J. A. rarson to Desert Tijuana for a Cuban Campaign E. L. Fitzgerald Hack at Oriental Park Again. . .i HAVANA, Cuba, November 21. W. F. Knebelkamp, the Louisville baseball magnate and owner, -will start the season at Oriental Park with one of the most pretentious stables ever quartered at the Cuban course. W. B. Finnegan, his trainer, will have under his charge a total of twenty-three horses, of which fifteen are already here and the others are now en route from Dade Park. The stables horses now at Oriental Park arrived on the Latonia special in good condition j and without a single case of illness. The band comprises Coyne, Acosta, Harry Glover, Kildare Boy, Memphis, Carrie Baker, San Pablo, Mooresque, Bruce Dudley, Margaret Ware, Happy Moments, Okaloosa, Stonewall, Salvo and Dinah Dean. Among the better grade ones yet to arrive are Lady Astor, Billy Star and Tender Seth, all winners in Kentucky this autumn. The Knebelkamp stable enjoyed a good measure of success at the last meeting at Oriental Park and it bids fair to even prove more successful during the coming one. Owner Knebelkamp will visit Cuba during the early part of next January and will make a prolonged stay. After two campaigns at Tijuana, J. A. Parson, the far western turfman, has decided to try his luck in Cuba and will start the meeting here with a stable of eight horses, all of which ought to earn brackets before the meeting has well advanced. The stable includes Carrie Moore, Manncheu, Huron II., Short Stop, Our Maid, Rog, Shifty and Bardora. MILLIES STABLE OF THItEE. Johnnie Millin, who has raced horses at every meeting held at Oriental Park, has a stable of three good bread-winners to represent him at the coming meeting. They are The Boy, a frequent winner last winter, and the four-year-olds Wedgwood and Celtic Lass. E. L. Fitzgerald, another pioneer patron of Cuban racing, will have seven horses at his command during the winter. They include Sirocco and Different Eyes, which carried his colors successfully at the last meeting ; Haman, Indian Chant, George Kuffan, Miss Hope and Cuba Encanto. The last-named is a Cuban-bred son of Solomon and Char-meuse and will race in the interests of E. C. Griffith, well-known Havana business man. E. Saunderson has only two horses in his barn this season, these being Felix M., the property of J. F. Wilford and J. Bertrand, Havana newspaper men, and the two-year-old Theo. Cook Dixie filly Confederacy, which will carry Mr. Saundersons colors. Ultimo, the three-year-old Ultimus colt 1 that distinguished himself when he equaled i the track record of 1:05 for five and one-j half furlongs February 15 of this year, is 1 now the property of R. D. Carter, who has ! the colt in training at Oriental Park, to-jgether with a number of other useful racers. Ultimo as a two-year-old was sold at a high figure and in all of his races he displayed high speed, but he lost a number of races by his habit of running wide on the turns. This failing has now been overcome and the colt, being in fine condition, should score frequently during the meeting. Carter has a couple of other three-year-olds in his barn that are also bound to win before the meet- Codtinned on second page. KNEBELKAMFS BIG STRING Continued from first page. ing has progressed very far. They ar Troubler and Caesar. Frank Rector, who won a number of stakes with Mrs. O. B. Potts Bread Man at Oriental Park several years ago, has only three horses in his stable at present. They are Tacola, a winner in Kentucky; Win or Quit and Betty Mae. The last-named is a two-year-old that raced well on the Kentucky tracks. J. G. Arvin, a newcomer to Cuban racing, is at the local track with a small but select stable that includes Good Enough, Mont-perri, Col. Murphy and the two-year-old Lady Beach. Dee Hammond, a familiar figure at Oriental Park during the last five years, has arrived with a stable of seven horses. The number includes Smart Money, Hush, Mary Erb, Fair Lassie, Redland, Scintillate and Clark M., the latter a twelve-year-old. P. Hinphy is an arrival from the Canadian tracks with Chimera, Peggy Rives, Swift-cricket and Kinetic. All, with the exception of Kinetic, were raced at Oriental Park last year. Dillard Hill, who raced in Cuba several years ago, is back with a good-sized stable of selling platers that ought to earn brackets before long. The band comprises Apple Jack II., Capitol City, Sweet Cookie, French Canadian, Valmont, Nello Yorke, Colossus, Faithful Girl, Split Grass and Kalipolis. J. R. Davis will be represented at the races at this meeting by a couple of Cuban-breds that will be seen under colors after Januax" 1. The youngsters are a bay filly by Solomon Lady and a bay filly by Bally Margaret Ellen,

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