Racing Gossip From Canada., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-18


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RACING GOSSIP FROM CANADA Toronto Out May 17 Mrs Livingstons con ¬ signment of twelve horses from her Haucocas Farm arrived late last night Matt Feakos Is in charge and the liorses included two great racers Lovtie and Sotvinla The only other horse over two years old is Kingly The twoyearolds are Martlaut Silent Pilot Private Petal Jezail Fuzzey Wuzzey Inkle Bordello 1agoda Tree and Lyric Muse MuseGallahor Gallahor Bros came in from Kentucky with the following Sun Queen Hash Daisy Platt Roso inary Howdy Howdy Stoekcl Flex Grif Donwell Just Y and Hags The last named two are two yearolds yearoldsThe The days work was done on a slow track 1ml the dogs were not up and the horses went the shortest way The Kings Plate favorite Hearts of Oak had a mile and a quarter in 218 with Sarolto to keep him company during the first seven furlong lie had a strong mile around the dogs yesterday afternoon in the mud and this morniugs work was a pretty still dose which he handled well wellSold Sold Hud heat Meter going a mile and an eighth in 201 and Hock Spring went in 2OG 2OGThe The best work was liy Plate Glass which bent Moving Picture live furlongs in 102 102Fountain Fountain Fay running wide on the turn did as well over the Kauu distance heading Dr Neot The Ilendrie horse White Caps was sent a mile in inins ins Humor has it that Colonel the lion John S Hundrie of Hamilton will be the next lieutenant governor of Ontario Colonel Ilendrie who is now in the Ontario government is the oldest of the sons of the late William Ilendrie one of the pillars of tfip Canadian turf and a model sportsman It is admitted that Colonel Ilendrie can have the post if he desires it The lieutenantgovernor who is the ollicial head of the province has been a patron of racing at Woodbine during the terms of oliice for the last twenty years Sir William Mortimer Clark who preceded the present lieutenantgovernor was anil is a Presbyterian elder and had never hifii on a race course until he went to Government House Stroug efforts were made to Induce him to remain away from Woodbine but he resisted them on the ground that what interested so many good people ought to receive some of his consideration unless ho found reason to tho contrary So he went regularly in an ollicial way and enjoyed his visits 1o such an extent that though now out of oliice he continues them as a private citizen declaring that the outing and the meeting of old friends do him a vast deal of good goodJockey Jockey Mondon has returned from Haiti more where he succeeded in having his suspension raised and he will ride at Woodbine Mondon will assist In galloping the Glddings horses regularly in future

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