Paumonok Handicap Array: Notable Band of Fast Horses for Jamaicas Inaugural Stake, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-18


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, , • i I j ; ; 1 I | ; . » 1 . I | 9 . 0 0 1 I • , t J . 9 . I 0 1 j 0 ; 0 0 to 0 1 t t a i S • . I, e . s „ f It t 0 . s r s . e e _ 1. v e r n .. I Ml II II ie e - n 11 W PAUMONOKHANDICAP ARRAY Notable Band of Fast Horses for Jamaicas Inaugural Stake. ♦ • Tryster Will. Try to Repeat His Victory of Last Year, and Several Derby Candidate* Are Named. - -♦ — NEW YORK. M. Y-. April 17— Each year i: is the Metropolitan Jockey Club that be-! sns the racing season in Xew York and it is the Paumonok Handicap that is the opening day feature. This year the racing is to begin at the Jamaica track on Wednesday, May 2. arid the entries for the Paumonok suggest that it will be one of the best contests in the history of the race. Secretary Walter . Edwards received tifty-five nominations for this three-quarter mile dash, and the list contains the names of a truly notable band of sprinters as well as of stars whose endeavors are by no means confined to sprint- ir-g. This will be the fourteenth renewal of the race and its roster of winners reveals that the only horse to be twice returned the victor was lied River. As a three-year-old. in 1?07. he scored from a fast band and then he repeated the following year when he beat Restigouihe, a horse that was destined to win the prize in 1910, which was the next running. It was in the Paumonok that Tryster began his good year in 1922 and the present inten- tion is to have him try to tepeat as did Red River. Tryster won the Paumonok under the silks of Harry Payne Whitney. but was later sold to the AAestmont Stable and be is to perform under those silks this year. THYSTERS TRACK RECORD. The Tryster victory brought a npw track record for the throo-ojunrters distance when the son of Peter Pan and Tryst ran the distance in 1:11 Slid is — r. when it remembered that he shouldered 12- pounds it w;is a remarkable beginning. Of the seven that op- posed the black colt last year the only one that has been named to start against him this year is Little Chief, one of the ttfaM that have been named from the Rancocas Stable. The race is one that has attracted the entry of a number of the candidates foe the Kentucky Derby and it is possible that it will be the first public appearance of SOVM of these. Being a three-quarters dash, it is possible to bare a horse ready early and at this time the prospects are that the renc-v/al will be a truly notable one. The weights will not be assigned by Mr. Aosburgh until five days before the running, and it being the first handicap of the Xew York seison. it has the additional interest of showing his estimate of the horses as sprinters. The Paumonok has s guarantee value of ,000. giving it an importance that warrants the preparation of a good horse for the running. Following are the entries: THE PAIXIONOK BAMMtAP. For three -year-olds •ind over. ISy sutweription of BH eaeh. Starters to pay 00 additional. Cuaranteed eash value BMMJt of whi-h to second and MM to th.- third. AVeights to he announced five days liefore the raee. AVinners after the announcement of weights to carry five pounds extra. 3 4 mile. Alli-s Stahle Dominique, ch. g. 6. by Peter Quinee - -Berry Ala id. A. J. Kedell — tranus, eh. g. 4. hy Sun Star-Verm Crux. August Helm- nt— Osprey, eh. g. 3. hy Fair Play — Olympia. August Itelmoi.t High Hand. b. e, 3, by Fair Play — Haute Bathe. Ktnjamin Bfect Helter Luck, b. e, 3, hy North Star III. Bia!L I*. A. Clark Dunboync. eh. h, 7, by Celt— Work-r maid. Cifford A. Cochran — June Grass, h. c, 4, by Short Crass Cnuisora. W. K. CSC— -Many Smiles, eh. f, 4, by Harmonicoii — LiUgha way. J. S. Cosdcn Snob II.. br. o. 4. bv Prestige Mar Dora. •I. S. 4oMlen — Lidy Ttaltiinore. eh. f, 4, by Dick Finuell federal Oirl. F. J. Farrell -Ounmesdale. ch. h, .j, by Olambala— Hester Irynm-. F. .1. Farrell— Horologe, br. c, 4. by St. Amant — Hour Hand. Marshall field Emotion, ch. f, 4, bv Friar Itook — Affiction. Robert L tierry — Cyclops, blk. e. 3, by Heno — Daphne. Braeatne stable -Baaaha, eh. g. T , bv Peter Pan - First Flight. Oreentree Stable - Galantman, b. c, 4, by Sup.-r-in an — Batauts. SaesntSM Stable -Cherry Pie, b. g. 3. by Chicle-Cherry Alalotte. Creintree Stable Harbary Bush, eh. c. 3. by W!;ihk Broom II. Cardamine. Crecntree Stah!*- — Cauaiiue, b. e, 3. by tltiiuui.— Marian Casey. A. K. Mai-oiiiber — The Dictator. 1 . c. 4. by Dodge — Urn Stick. A. K. Ala comber -Story Teller, br. f, 4. bv Dod;re - Sling Shot. Mem Stable Modo. ch. c. 4. by Bnimmel P.unlli. S. AIiNaughlun Firm Friend, ch. c. 4. bv Iriar Bark B..ld GirL Oak Bklge Stable — Uimelise, ch. f, :;. by Kunnym -lv — Hymir. V. L. Oliver Dexteious, b. g. 4. by Peter Pan -■ Adroit. Itancocas Stable--Thunderclap, blk. g. 7. by Vul-t rain- Bandana. Bsuceem BtaMa -KaakMe. b. h, .".. by Wraeb ft Hi. kanreesa Stable -Little thief, b. c. 4. by Wrack-Al., Lira II. Bai-ocas Slahle Kai Sang, br. c. 4. by The Finn - Kiluna. bssrifis Stable Zev, br. c. 3. by The Finn M;s. Kearney. Itancocas Stahle Bud I.erner, b. e. 3. by The Finn — bnaaaamne. Banestaa Stable Whirlwind, ch. g, 3. by Iltimus — Satnia. Raii-ocas Stable- Curtis, b. g, 3. by Dick Finuell — Ciena. Baaeanai stable — Bbjet, h. g. 3. by Ballot Ple-r tons Piles. Riviera Stable -Miss Star, b. f, 3, bv Haaperss— Istar. Sanford Stud Farm-- Serenader, ch. e. 4. by Bachelors Double QaMea Harp. .limn s B. Smith Silk Tassel, ch. f. 3. bv Snp.ruun While Silk. C. A. Stonehiiu MiKee. b. r. 3. by litmus — I.allymen.i. Iieviiigt-c.n Stable Jli.ssionary, ch. c, 4. bv Hourless Missi.m. [mdasOJS Stable Lseby Hour, br. c, 4, by Ferule m iiourb-s.s Lncay Catten. H. Waterson -Brainstorui. br. g, 4. by Peter Pan — Babble. Westmont Stable Tryster. blk. h, 5. by Fetter Pan Tryst. 11. P. Whitney Rocket, b. g. 4, by Broomstick— Fir-t Flight. H. 1". Whitney Flagstaff, ch. c. 3. by Broomstick — luaujiral. II. P. Whitney Revenge, b. g, 3, by Chicle — Regret. i Continued on eighth page. PAUM0N0K HANDICAP ARRAY f j Continued from third page. II. I". Whitney- Clii kvale. b. c, 3, by Chicle— - • ireenvale. 11. I". Whitney Transom, ch. f, 3, by Rroomstick — Traverse. II. IV Whitney Fly by Day, ch. f, 3, by Pro- m-sliek - Kly by Night II. Bears* l . Wideie-i Ijnius. ch. g, 8, by Uangibby - Souther!! Relle. Joseph K. Wiiiener Ruuantell, b. c, 4, by Rroomstick /.iH.Ia. Joseph K. Widener — Rattersea. ch. c. 3. by Mont ,t dOr II. Sunflower. Joseph K. Widener Shuffle Along, blk. g, 3, by J" Lafc« M.l,uke lUa.k Rroc-ade. It I" Wilson. Jr.— Wilderness, ch. c. 3, by Camp " fire Qiaaata. K. T. Wilson. Jr. Tall Timber, b. c, 3, by Camp-fire Pixy. X.ilapi Kami S.miliern Cross, br. c, 4, by Luke e MeLuke Iampliyle.

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