Ellen-a-Dale Again in Training: Kentucky Oaks Winner of 1908 Returned from Stud to Track-Gallops at Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-02


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ELLEN-A-DALE AGAIN IN TRAINING. Banlaikj Oaks Winner of 1908 Returned Frjin Stud to Track — Gallops at Lexington. LexingUm. Ky., March 1. Por about i week prior io last Wednesday afternoon the Kentucky Association track was fas and the trainers of the _." » h-u-scs quartered there had begun io work their charge! along at a pretty lively clip, hut rain that tell Wednesday afternooo, Thursday and Friday morning compelled Superintendent Roes to dose t h • main track and it became ■ case of going hack to i he smiiii track for gallop The nm-t notable moves were quarters in :24 by ■a Ulaa-a 1 .i u- ally and s Watercress ftlly from the string of I C McDowell. Because the? were coughing las fall Mr. McDowell had no opportunit to try out bis yearlings and thai i- why be te seemingly hurrying along these two-year-olds, il -bad eight others thai went a. mm in about :25. Ellen a Dale, the eight year-old hair sister to Rums Daughter has been put in training agala by Mr McDowell she won 1 11- Kentucky inks in ions and raced Until the close ,, the 1910 season, when he turned her "out. She would not breed, however. and he baa decided to again race her. She is going sound! now. t bough the cause of her re lin-iuont u:l- .i bowed tendon T. P. Hayes worked all of In- fourteen two-year-olds in from :23 to :_$. lie has -mm - I looking material hi his outfit, hut be let the mast promising one _o when he sold tie Ornament A brie M coll to I. V. Hettnei ..t Kbeepsbead Bay tor . 10. Mr. Hayes Raid a l.iy or two ao thai bad be known l.atonia .iiiii Douglas Park Intended to announce such liberal stakes be would aot have -old the coll so cheaply wni McDauiel sent hath- McKennas Derby candid. ii". roiiiidatii.n. ■ quarter la :2.v. and three eighths in :::!•. easily. Foundation is one of the i« si making ees in Kentucky. He has Improved • i -teat deal over* bis two-year-old appearance. though then a handsome horse. Johnson S Camdens Derby candidate, Helios. was hiceze.i [hrougb the stretch Wednesday morn ing He is i ther mighty good looking three rear-old. .r 0. is. no. trainer of Helios, will arrive in Lexington from Juarea next week. Barsac and his three-yea r-oid Lord Marshall, which I- also in lended for the Derby race-, arrived al the local course from I be Mexican track Friday. Thej shipped in p..ii condition Mr. Camden, who has been in Kerniuda foi several weeks, is expected hen in time for the i sting of the Kcntncki Statt Racing Commission March 10 li was Ktatcd at the I rack yesterday thai Mr Camden bad pre -.•nn.i Il.o t -.1 ia i n, Samuel Xuckots of Ii it. gelding wa* brongbt in Trout Woodford count Wednesday by Will Reed, the colored trainet

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