Yellow Hand to Come Back: Crack Stoneham Handicapper Rounding into Condition after Falling Lame, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-23


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YELLOW HAND TO COME BACK Crack Stoneham Handicappcr Rounding Into Condition After Falling Lame. NEW YORK, N. Y., November 22. Yellow Hand, the five-year-old bay gelding by Ros-sendale Yellow Sea, which raced his way to the top of the handicap division during the closing months of the 1921 racing season, has shown so much -improvement at the Schutts farm in New Jersey that trainer A. J. Goldsborough is sanguine of bringing him back to racing next year. Yellow Hand fell lame so badly early in the spring that for a time it was considered inevitable that he should be destroyed. Dr. R. W. McCully, however, thought that he could save the gelding and advised that he bo turned out for the summer. From the time that the old fellow reached the Schutts farm his leg began to mend and if he continues to improve he may carry the Stone-ham colors to many a victory next year.

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