Training Gossip from Canada.: Kings Plate Candidates at Work over Woodbine Track-Course Now in Good Condition., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-12


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! TRAINING GOSSIP FROM CANADA. Kings Plate Candidates at Work Over Woodbine Track — Course Now in Good Condition. Toronto. Out.. May 11. —Trainer John R. Walker is preparing tl e- Tliorne-liffc- Farm horses for early racing at the Canadian tracks. Dalton McCarthy will do Ihe riding for this stable. On the three-quarters mile track at the farm these horses are in training: Caostan. eh. g. »i. by Kapanga colt — Andante. Sir Edwurd. b. h. 7. by Eddie Jones — Motto. Fair Annie, far. f. 4. by Hawkswick — Fair Antiet. Searchlight, ch. f. 4. by Bonnie Scotland — Radiant Light. j St. Cecilia, far. f. t, hy Ornie Shore — Lou D. Chaparral, b. c, o, by Orme Shore — Parisian Lady. Frolic, b. f. .!. by Ailes dOr— Mischief Maker. Chat. b. f. .!. by Bolsover — Alniiranti-. Satin Bower, br. f. 2. by Bolsover — Fair Flora. Sanclerling. en. c. 2. by Ailes dOr — Parisian Lady. Frolic and Chaparral were nominated for the Kings Plate, but the latter will not be started this year. Frolic will represe-nt Thorncliffe in the race in which Mr. Davies. now Thorncliffes owner, rode wlie-u a hay. This filly has eloue everything aske-el of her so far. anil on Saturday she- worked a mile in company with Fair Annie in 1:47. and a mile and a saanrtef in 2: IS. Sir Edward, looking fresh and blooming after his first winters rest in years, did a mile in 1:50. and the iuiporti-d filly. Si-ari-hlight. went a good thre-e-qiiarters. This filly always had a great flight of speed, but did not carry it far enough to win a race. The two two-year-olds are smart yoi-.ngste-rs and with one of them Mr. Davie-s may be able to repeat his past successes in the Coronation Stakes. The- track at Woodbine is coming to lie in good condition. Several Kings Tlaters were given work. Ik* t est move from tin- time standpoint was that of lolr.i Charles candidate. Ouahanga. He went the-full Plate distance-, a mile and a quarter, in 2:l«s-Trainer Barry Littlefield had the Seagram horses out for light work. Bouquet, twice the winner of the Toronto Autumn Cup. went a mile in 1:49. handily. Seismic and Tollendal worked one mile together, the former in 1:41.* and the- latte-r a se-c-c ml slowe-r. The fillies. Gre-y Girl. Senicle and Shep-he-rels Song, went a mile together in 1:50». The Plater. Jam Shore, went one mile- ill 1:49J. the half he-iug elonc- in 54. The four -year-old sprinter. Simoov. went three-ipiarters iu 1:24. Trainer John Nixon sent the Valley Farm Platers. Parmer and Whaup. three-quarters in 1:19. The other works from the same- stable we-rc: Win. Pitt, three-quarters in 1:18: Charlie Gilbert, a half in 5tiei: Glimmer, three-quarters in 1:17J. Shimon-ear, winner of last raws Plate, went a mile in 1 :S3L Canine Maid and Caper Sauce worked five-eighths iu 1:04?.. Gold Note a mile In 1 :5.1. Mendip a mile and a quarter in 2:.!o. Wes Sherrard sent Claud pare, a half ill 49*. E. Stcinharelt. the local lightweight rielcr. who is nncle-r contract to William Shiehls. has arrived. There will be a general influx of horses that rated at Pimlico here this wie-k. William Garth has asked for eightii-n stalls. J. W. Schorr has made inanv entries to the local stakes. Most of the Kings Platers were worked at Woodbine yesterday morning. Trainer Barry Littlefield of the Seagram stable sent his candidates for the guineas — Tollendal. Pearl Fisher and Jane Shore — a mile and one-eighth in 2:02?. The mile was done in l:49f. Tlie pace was set by Seismic-, which covered the- distance in 2:02. Bouquet, looking in splendid shape, was sent a mile- in 1:40. hard hold. Hie three-year old fillie-s. Gre-y Girl and Shepherds Song, went five-eighths in l:OS. Siineoe- was sent a mile in 1:51. Se-niele. Tom Sayers anil Carrie Milner went a mile and an eighth in 2:0.!?,. The last-named two are Platers. The mile was e-overeel ill 1:48. The Valley Farm candidates, Parmer and Whaup. •rent three-quarters aecompanie-d by Shimonese. The tarter led throughout in 1:is. Valyelon. the Plater from W. F. McLeans slable. went a mile in I:!!1. har l ridden. Charles Phairs candidate. Sandy Kirkwood, worked a mile in 1:51 under a hard pull. John Dyme-iit e-antered his two-year obis a half mile. P." T. Clark. Solid Comfort and Baroness Dixon went iu 5.".. while Allen Dcxme and Coal Shoot went in 52. Charlic Boyles good colt. Detective, went a slow mile- in l:5li. The three-year-olel. Cast Steel, went the first three-quarters with him in 1:26. Other moves were: Eri-geene -Three epiarters in 1:23. Robe-rt Oaoae* — Mile in 1:4S£. Student King --Five-eight lis in 1:08?. Spellbound — Five-eighths in 1 :OH. Mill on the Floss -Five eighths in 1:04. fastest move of the morning. The string af J. YV. Schorr of Memphis is due here on Saturday. Ed Whyte will also bring ten of R. J. Mackenzies horses on the same day. Joe-key Eilclte- Taplln will come along with the Mackenzie horses. William Snyder, starter Dades assistant, will he at Woodbine Park every morning hotwoiti the hours of 7:.?0 and 11 e Vlock for the purpose of schooling horses at the barrier.

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