Horses Well Advanced: Thoroughbreds That Wintered In Kentucky Practically Ready For Racing.; Course at Lexington Kept in Such Condition That Horses Quartered There During Cold Weather Are More Forward Than Ever Before., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-04


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HOUSES WELL ADVANCED THOROUGHBREDS THAT WINTERED IN KEN ¬ TUCKY PRACTICALLY READY FOR RACING Course at Lexington Kept in Such Condition That ThatHorses Horses Quartered There During Cold Weather WeatherAre Are More Forward Than Ever Before Lexington KV April 1 Special Correspond ¬ ence Horsemen who have recently arrived here from the winter trucks are loud in their praise of tin cllicicncy of Superintendent James I Hoss of the Kentucky Association Mr Ross kept Ihc local track in such good condition all winter that the horses inartered here are in a more forward condi ¬ tion than ever liefore known at this time of the year With a little sharp work most of them would lie ready lo nice and give a good account of them ¬ selves J Tandy Hughes has Tolls in better condition than this once good horse has shown since ho raced tut well as a threeyearold He is training along soundly anil is practically ready to do anything that may lie asked of him in the racing line He looked line when he cantered threequarters in 120 this morning with his weight up He could have gone much faster had his rider iiermitted him to toJack Jack Baker has in idea that Joe Morris will win his share of the purses this spring This Latonia Derby winner wintered well and looks good He cantered thrceipiartcrs this morning iu 122 with good weight on his hack hackPel Pel Cruzador after having been on the shelf for a long time is once more going along soundly He lias his oldtime speed and showed it this morning when he worked threequarters in 11S This was one of the best moves of the morning He is now In the hands of O Glass GlassCharles Charles 11 Hughes the veteran trainer who used to handle the II M Xifgler horses sent W Link ¬ ers Sebago along threequarters in 121 This good sprinter was lighting for his head Ho still looks to bo a trille high In llesh but his trainer will doubtless have him in lit condition by the time lie is wanted for racing racingWilliam William Wallace had Dmpiesne and Over the Kands out for a bit of work together They vrentr Jiveeighths in 105 Dufiiesnc acted like a two yearold and his owner thinks he wilUhnMMhla PJVH in fWTTPJ sprint races of the selling platiH fWTTP J 0 Mllnm has the evergreen MVrrlcK In train ¬ ing again He was out for an airing tills morning nnd went threequarters in 12 He looked as if he might lie able to give a good account of himself again soundlyCromo this season Hi is going along soundly Cromo de Menthe looking better than ever was pent liveeighths in 105 by J I Smith and it was apparent betterT that he could have done much better T I Hayes sent Donerail his Kentucky Derby candidate liveeighths in 108 He is still high in llesh and appears to have grown and tilled out won ¬ derfully derfullyLa La Mode was asked to go a half in 50 with jockey W W Taylor in the saddle She could have gone faster La Mode has not grown much over winter hut has spread out considerably She has an abundance speedWilliam of early speed William Perkins worked Clubs a slow threequar ¬ ters goodW in 122 The horse looked good W J Youngs tamden Handicap candidate Man ¬ ager Mack was worked a tulle In 14 with Jimmy Hicks up Mr Young is counting on Manager Mack as a sure starter in the Camden Handicap and will In disappointed if he is not right there at the finish with a reasonable imitost Manager Mack gives evi ¬ dence of having had a good winter winterGallaher Gallaher Bros are going slowly with their horses as some of them have been ailing Yemasseo hail pneumonia so badly that they did not expect she would ever again race and so they gave her away French awayFrench Ilrooks is going along slowly with Wood ford Clays horses as some of them have lieen on the ailing list although all are now in condition for work again Bub May who shipped his stable from Charleston before the end of the Palmetto Park meeting had most of his charges out this morning and all of them looked line except Count loss which shipped oorly and has since been cough ¬ ing ingJ J N Camden has a grand lot of twoyearolds some of which have been through the stretch in less than 2T seconds The best of the lot is said to be a chestnut eolt out of Sparkle SparkleGeorge George Denny who trains for T C McDowell Schools his employers twoyearolds fit his private barrier every day and they conduct themselves as if they had already Iteen in the hands of the starter Tllere are some goodlooking youngsters in the lot that probably will sustain the reputation of this stable stableTrainer Trainer Will McDaniel has Foundation in grand shape This son of Nasturtium has grown into ideal proportions and looks the race horse all over He has taken on weight and spread out splendidly dur ¬ ing the winter He worked a mile in 14 this morning with an ease that suggested nn ability to do it in 110 had he been asked to toWilliam William Iteed who has the Cainden caston Prae ¬ torian In charge and is xintng him for the Cam den Handicap and entertains the idea that he will nnike a good showing In it

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