Canadian Turf on Solid Basis.: Coming Meeting at Toronto Likely to Eclipse Its Predecessors-Training Gallops at Woodbine, Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-21

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CANADIAN TURF ON SOLID BASIS. Coming Meeting at Toronto Likely to Eclipse Ita Predecessors — Training Gallops at Woodbine. Toronto, bit.. May 20. — Several more stables arrived from New York this morning, among them Hie horses owned l.y 1. T. Chilin and Barney Seen iher. Th ■ shipment included Jack Atkin. Nea-lon. Sager. Bed Biver. Sou. Donald Macdonald and Kodwino. There arc but few empty stalls at Woodbine now and those that are unoccupied have been reserved for s mic of the late comers. Torontonians are anxious for the meeting to begin and indications SSSSMl to the sport being of even higher class than in any prcvioiiK season. The Canadian Raring Asso. nations is ruling with an iron hand and those participating in th racing will have to come clean this season. Many applications have been turned down, not only from hor-cs and riders, but from layers as well. Tipsters are a thing of the past in this SBCttsa and anything savoring of the tout or schemer will be severely dealt with. The general opinion is that racing in the Dominion is now on a solid foundation and that the sport will thrive. It has 1h-.ii detinit- ly announced that both the Ontario and Hamilton Jockey Clubs will adopt the niutuel system of U-tting iKt fall and it looks as if the after clubs of the circuit will fall into line. Today was work day for several of the Kings Platers, and the trials of Koltcrt Davies Frolic and f. Meaghers Parade would seem to eliminate them as dangerous factors. As a matter of fact it is doubtful if either ..r the two will go to the |«.st on Tuesday next. In company with Fair Annie. Frolic was sent a mile and an eighth in 2MM. the first mile l.iiig tun in 1 :.V». Parade went a mile in 1 :4*i. 1 irked out. He was a very tired horse, anil the opinion among the work watchers is that he is not as good i hot-.- as In- was two weeks ag... The Seagram entrv is growing in favor. ToHendal lieing the jm. pular . hope Charles testes Deteettr*, a an of Meddler— Ad-niiratioi,. worked a mile this morning in 1:43 . the first half in 52S and the last quarter in 24. Beocnt work outs ovr a muddy track at Woodbine Bamboo -Five eighths in 1 : 7. Broadsword -Mile i,, ] :;,4. Cannb Maul . Mil- in 1 :54. Caaer Baaee — Three quarters in 1:20. Faiiniont Half mile in M. Froli. Mile in |:53. Fulfill -Mile in 1:38. Jim Bra. Iv live nglitle in 1:07. John inrtiii II Half mil" in 07. I.adv Ksthei Thr.e quarters in 1:23. Kawvcr Millar Mile in 1 :.V . Madeline Davis -Mile in 1:4ft?. Orbed I el live eighths in 1 : l7. Carl rtaatl Half mile in 53*. Ila-aiaii Three quarters in 1 :23. Kirkwo.„| MUc in 1 :5 i. Will he a starter in the King- Plate. Srlwik Thr-e quarters in 1:17. Tcinui.r.iire Mile in I :1.U.

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