Waldo for the Camden Handicap.: Trainer Colston Receives Instructions to Prepare Crack Colt for Chief Race at Lexington., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-12


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WALDO FOR THE CAMDEN HANDICAP. Trainer Colston Receives Instructions to Prepare Crack Colt for Chief Race at Lexington. Louisville. Ky.. April 11.— Trainer Raleigh Colston has received instructions from C. L. Harrison to prepare Waldo to start in Ihe Camden Handicap at Lexington. Joe Morris. John Furlong. Vr.-eland. Baals Baata, Baca Qraade and other Kentucky Derby candidates are also in the race and arc now counted upon as being sure starters. At present it is regarded as probable that the Kentucky Heibv field will come from the following eligihl.s: Waldo. J,.e Morris, c. M. Miller. Baca Crainle. Donau. Doa Antonio. Fighting Bah. Gallant Pirat.-. Bye Whip- and Toplainl. with Baals Boota and The Fad likeliest of the remaining eligible*. There w.-re some lively doings at Churchill Howns Siturdav. The Derby candidates. Waldo. Fighting Bah and Topiami. aarked halves and Bre-ebjrhtha In lair time. All of the trainers took advaniage of the favorable weather, and. while no exceptionally fast work was attempted, tliere were some fair moves. The fastest work of the morning was by Zb-ntip. The Schulte mare worked a mile in 1:44,. lighting lar her head. This is the best mile worked at Char th 111 Dmvns this spring and shows that the trainers are getting readv to send their horses along at a lively clip. Tlie Schulte string was shipped east later in the day. Haleigh Colston bad Waldo out for work. The son of Planudes went are-eighth* in 1 : S. pulled up at the .-ml. tie went the first eighth in 13, worked a quarter in 25] and three-eighths in 38, finishing out the half mile in .*il*. The horse worked kindly Bad when be went off the track a majority of the turfmen at the Downs expressed the opinion that he bad the Derby at his mercy. He was accompanied by Berrr Maid, which worked in 1:117*. FlghtiBg Dob worked tester than Waldo. He went a half in tX This was faster than trainer Cass intended, but the colt moved along in handy fashion and showed no ill effects from his g.Mid work. The trainers were impressed with the manner in which he went along. He worked out three quarters in 1:1SJ. T-.pland worked a half mile in "OJ. Plt-a-Pat. a youngster from tin- Van Meter stable, also went four furlongs in 51|. Tie- Cer t horses were out. and Haabridge went a half iu 5 r- and Hilly Baaaaaar the same distance in BZt Baaaa, the Gerst eligible for the Derby, was warfced ■haul a half mile, which In- covered in B0|. Tin- son of Waotstborpc has beaa in training at Nashville and is in tine fettle. Trainer Ham ex-pecta great things of this three-year -obi and taai not fear Waldo. Horsemen at Churchill Downs are tnoral.lv uBtprf—cd with Doaaa. Colloquy worked Ire eighths in 1 : w;. Pinkola worked a half mile in •"•If. John Fcrriss lias received word from Nashville that the not.-I broodmare. Kittv Ciiun. has been found dead Willi her foal recently dropped In Sumner Countv T.-nn. The foal was by the English-bred barse, Mj Bay IL. and was the first foal the re le bra ted mar.- has had since 1907, when she bad a .olt. a half-brother to olsomi. by My Boy II. Kitty 4:111111 will forever live in turf annals, as she priKluced in ois.-au and Streamer two high-class baraea. Si reamer, during bis turf career, won a number of brilliant races and was a racer of merit, while Oiaraa was a sensational horse, second only In his thr«-c year-old form to J. K. Keeues remarkable colt, Sysoiiby. I

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