Tarals Jamaica Charges: Veteran Trainer Has Riviera and Hillside Stable Horses in Good Winter Condition, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-26


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TARALS JAMAICA CHARGES Veteran Trainer Has Riviera and Hillside Stable Horses in Good Winter Condition. NEW YORK, N. Y., December 25. One of the most important of the stables wintering at Jamaica is that presided over by Fred Taral, who trains the horses of Victor Vivau-dous Riviera Stable, as well as some that will race under the name of the Hillside Stable. Mr. Vivaudou, though comparatively a recent recruit to the turf, is one of its most ardent supporters and he has built comfortable quarters for the considerable number of employes that Taral has in his force. The Riviera Stable met with its share of success this year and in the juveniles Great Man and Miss Star it had two of the really good two-year-olds. Both are wintering exceedingly well and should make their way among the best of the three-year-olds of next year. These successes that came to the Riviera Stable induced Mr. Vivaudou to make some important purchases at the yearling sales last August, and he spent 1,400 for nine carefully selected young thoroughbreds that should adequately represent the stable in the two-year-old offerings. The top price he paid for a yearling was ,000, the figure at which he purchased a chestnut son of Maintenon and Queen of Fortune. This colt has been named King of Fortune and Taral considers him a bargain at the price that was paid. PAYS ,500 FOR BONAPARTE. The second highest price was paid for a son of Troutbeck and Bramble Rose. This one cost ,500 and he will be known as Bonaparte. Like King of Fortune, he is a youngster of great promise and he has been liberally engaged in all of the juvenile fixtures that have already closed, while he will be named for those that have a later closing. Taral will come to the races with a string of eighteen horses and nine of them will be the yearlings bought last August. Of the others Lally and Good Time will be the four-year-olds after the first of the year and the rest of the stable will be composed of three-year-olds. Following arc the older horses of the stable: Lally, b. c, 3, by Maintenant Sournoise, by Yer-wood. Good Time. blk. g, 3, by Ncgofol Ilour Glass II., by Rock Sand. Great Man, b. c, bj Great Britain Mcrzie, by Alloway. Miss Star, b. f, 2, by Ilcspcnis Istar, by Yon Tromp. nigh Prince, br. c, 2, by Mont dOr II. Yermila, by Jack Atkin. Prima Donna, br. f, 2. by Delhi Prism, by Trap Iloek. Runearol, cli. f, 2, by Itunnynicdc Salvatrir, by Salvation. High Chief, b. c, 2, by Von Tromp Sain Shot, by Sain. Lord Oelt, blk. e, 2, by Celt Orowoc, by Hamburg. The yearlings purchased at Saratoga last summer are as follows: Don Juan, b. c, by Troutbeck Mary Ailecn, by Bright Phoebus. Miss Domino, cli. f. by Ultimus Mrs. Glassc, by Rising Glass. Baby Line, br. f, by Fctcr Quince Waldena, by Star Shoot. Three Musketeers, b. c, by Yon Tromp Quilting Bee. by Ogden. King of Fortune, ch. c, by Maintenon Queen of Fortune, by Fortunio. Bonaparte, b. or br. c, by Troutbeck Bramble Ro?c, by Von Tromp. Star Man, ch. c, by AVormlcighton Squires Daughter, by Squire Jack. Monte Cristo, b. c, by Trcvisco Foremost, by Aintree. Peter King, b. e, by Peter Quince Ladys Gauntlet, by John o Gaunt.

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