Simon Healys Big Stable: Sixteen Horses of Various Owners in Care of Trainer at Belmont.; Syndicate Stable Will Send Nine Two-Year-Olds to the Races This Year--Six in R. Penn Smith, Jr.s String., Daily Racing Form, 1923-02-19


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SIMON HEALYS BIG STABLE Sixteen Horses of Various Owners in Care of Trainer at Belmont Syndicate Stable Will Send 3finc TwoTear Olds to the Itaccs This Tear Six In 11 Tcnn Smith Jrs String NEW YORK N T February 18 Last year there came to the turf of New York the Syndicate Stable This stable was composed of three sportswomen who had purchased some cheap yearlings and turned them over to J Simon Healy to train The stable met with a surprising success and following out the plan when the syndicate was formed there was a sale of the horses before the end of the year yearBut But this did not mean the end of the Syndicate Stable for during the August sale of yearlings this racing establishment was in the market again and the purchases were much more ambitious Trainer Healy still has the horses and at Belmont Park the juveniles that will bear the silks this year give promise of making their way adequately In addition to the horses he is training for the Syndicate Stable which consists of nine twoyearolds Healy also has six he will race for li Penn Smith Jr two he is training for Mrs F Ambrose Clark one for Mr Clark and one for Mrs E B Cassatt The two that will race under the silks of Mrs Clark are both twoyearolds as is the one that is being fitted to race for Mr Clark The solitary performer for Mrs Cassatt is the homebred fouryearold Chesterbrook a son of Cavalcadour and Flying Fairy the daughter of Aeronaut that raced so brilliantly under the famous old colors of the late Colonel E B Cassatt CassattIt It is the Healy intention to have his string ready for early racing and the general health in the stable suggests that this will be easy of accomplishment Following is the stable Syndicate Stable Iiiisliowcn cli c 2 liy Lough Foylc Hcttie Lan Landon don by Mcntone Kilbowie b c 2 by Tlieo Cook Wren by Star StarShoot Shoot Zero ch c 2 by Wormleighton Glad by I5ryn I5rynMawr Mawr Glen Flora ch f 2 by Glencairn Florence It Itby by Celt Print br f 2 by Jim Gaffnoy Lancashire Lass Lassby by Kingston Pyroxene b or br f 2 by Trap Rock March Past PastII II by Marco Tease ch f 2 by Flittcrgold Tantalize by byMeddler Meddler Traphca b cr br f 2 by Trap Hock Lady LadyFrances Frances by Rapillo Brown filly 2 by High Time Grace Harban by byDukc Dukc of Ormonde OrmondeE E Pen Smith Jrs String Merry Fellow b c 2 by llaldeman Merry Saint Saintby by St Leonards Montmartro b f 2 by Mont dOr II Lady Clara Claraby by Requital Chaos br f 2 by Jack Atkin Destruction by byWatervale Watervale Arrow of Gold ch m 5 by Peter Quince Blaze Blazeo o Gold by St Florian Merry Mars ch e 3 by Vulcain Merry Saint Saintby by St I eouards eouardsSister Sister Sue b f 3 by Jack Atkin Bessie Simp ¬ son by Deceiver DeceiverProperty Property of Mrs Clark ClarkTask Task Master b c 2 by Horron Taska by Order Chestnut colt 2 by War Call Ballycoiuicll by byCelt Celt CeltProperty Property of Mr Clark Aimwell br c 2 by Nassoviau Blue Pigeon by byBlue Blue Devil DevilProperty Property of Mrs Cassatt Cliesterhrook br K 4 by Cava lea dour Flying FlyingFairy Fairy by Aeronaut

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