Training Gossip From Benning., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-27


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TRAINING GOSSIP FROM BENNING Washington D C March 2G Amos Turney the Kentucky horseman who has a large stable here in charge of William Martin had the horses of that stable on the track for work yesterday Martin Doyle has been working well since his arrival at the course and is destined for racing at Pimlico Theo Cook went threequarters in 122 This Ben Brush horse gives promise of repeating his good work of last year Sig another winner from the same barn outworked his stable companions going the same distance in 11 This was the fastest move of the day Charlie Ball went threequarters in 125 well in hand while Olive Ely the only other horse of tin older division worked threequarters in 124 All of tie twoyearolds in the stable were cantered and galloped gallopedThe The good jumper Bound Brook from the stable of William Garth went a half mile iu This old horse is going along well being sound Lucille R which will be seen in the crosscountry races at Pimlico went seveneighths in 1 4 Among other horses from the Garth stable that worked were Sal Volatile which went a half in r 0 handily Ncoska lela Vilhalla and Bobbie Kean The latter trio went along threequarters in 124 124Robert Robert Boyle had the horses of G A Brondor out The good jumpers Waterway and Smoker went a half in HO Waterways bad leir that gave him so much trouble last year is now in good condition Thistledale and Dacra from the same stable were sent threequarters in 1 2 The twoyearolds Steve Baldwin Spes Nostra Princess Una Muff and Garneau went a half in 55 55The The twovearolds from the stables of Dr J S Tyreo and Samuel Ross all of which arc trained by Max Smart went threeeighths in 40 Oppar and King Commoner worked threequarters in l20j

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