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, a , i ; I t 1 WALDO RETORTED S02E IN WORK. I.ouisvill. . Ky.. April B, — Kvery eligible for the Keatacky Derbj aoar mamrtared at hurt hill Downs was mil on the coarse Monday, but none of them atteinpieil any fast moves. Waldo was the only Derby eligible asked to move at more than a cantering gait. The maaaet in which Waldo worked was not particularly impressive. lie seemed to Btrfcle wiih a short, cbepaj action, ami in a manner io intlicate that he might be going sore. The son of ilaiiinles leeletl oil a mile in l:9a He went the Brat ipiarter in HI. aad went to the threes ■ighfl.s i.st iii Xf. When the half-mile post was reached the watches showed that he had made the time in tQf. The liv. -eighths was covered in l: o and toee tpialters in l:Ll. Waldo j assetl the seven-, igatlis pant in 1 :::T-. and Batoned oat the mile in l:."n. He was b. in- hunidictl at the e:nl. and appeared to be I tired horse. 1red l.uzader is one trainer who will not be frightened out of the Derbj by Wablo. Uaaaaer realizes thai Waldo is a grand horse and if lit on May 111 that he will moat likely make a show of worthy opponents. He thinks there is a chance that the borse may fail to raa back to his two-year-old 1 form, however, anil for that reason lie is going a tad with Gallaat Pirate ami giving his charge slow- but careful preparation fir the big race. Galbtal Pirate is a ilaahlny black rail that aboard 1 in all of his races a liking for a considerable distance of mound. S far. lallant Pirate has not been 1 aaked o work over half a mile, but he covered this distance iii about as fast time as any thoroughbred I at the track, lb-fore He opeaiag of the Lexington meeting Gallaal Pirate will be going over a considerable distance of graaad anil he will go the Derby route twice before the big race. Aside from slow gaJaSM, the horses other than 1 Derby candidates did little anrk. Pick Breaks ban i the Schulle horses t-ut and eliding Belle aad King ! olympian wire allowed o do slow work. Eienap. 1 owever. was in a running meed ami. as bet rider did not follow instructions, she a at bed a mile ninth 1 faster than aaa expected "f her. She covered the eirralt in 1:45, which is the best work she has ■ shown so far. Trainer brooks will leave Vurehill I lowns with the tigii; tharoaghhreda belonging to W. K. Schiilte next Saturday evening. He will s i.i I direct to kqaedaet. an I will start his horses there daring the rarlj days of the meeting. Zienap ami I Gliding Itelle are well advanced in training and are expected to give a good account of themselves. J. W. May has shipped the Schwartz atrbxg from i Pouglas Park, where he has been wintering. He irocs direct to At|ucdiiet. lie hail twenty horses in i trainiiur. but left two at Churchill Downs to be handled by Al l.uzader. bis brother-in-law. The siring of W. A. Iluuhcs has arrived al Ihurth-ill - Dowaa. Poar borsea will be turned over to Lee Christy p. handle. Another tollman to arrive is T. K. Maaford. who b tralnlag for Wade McLeaaore. He brought I Meadow. Bterlia and Hue. He was accompanied by Jockey Bo; Lowe, A. Weston, who rains f .r Thomas Clyde, yester-. day wired Secretary Davis that lie desired fourteen 1 . Jockey Kddie Martin has arrivctl from Oakland and will pib.l the horses of J. B. Hespess during the coming meeting. lames iass has leeeived a telegram from Stanley I Pag* announcing that lie would leave Los Angeles in a few das. lage will have the mount OH iigininu Dob in the event that Ceorge Keif decides to start his horse in the Derby. W 1- Vauke. the California bookmaker, is now I Col W B Apatesatea rating partner ami the big I string of horses that William Walker has in charge i at uri hill Dowaa have been nominated in all their r dale- engagemeata in the Braa name of W. J. Yanke ,. vV Co.