Davies Juvenile Shows High Speed.: Southern Maid Works in Sensational Style at Woodbine--Canadian Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-21


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DAVIES JUVENILE SHOWS HIGH SPEED Southern Maid Works in Sensational Style at Wood ¬ bine Canadian Gossip Toronto Out May 20 The latest arrivals it Woodbine include the following from Baltimore M Daly with Itossefenton Chocorua Lampblack Ease Ace of Clubs Sand Hog and the twoyearold Sand Bar D F Kinney with Dr Heard W Long with Nottingham 1 W Dayton with Mystic Light and Uncle Obie II Fitzgerald witli Chester Krnni and Master Jim E J McGraw with Chuckles Big Dipper Jonquil Marie T and the twoyearolds Voilelien Patty Hcgan Louise Travers and John P Nixon Gwyn Tompkins with Iligot Hello The Prophet Old SaJr Weldship Turbine I5allyhack Huckers Htm King Cash Planover and the two year old March Court N Macfarlane with Sunllke Clan Alpine Cliff Stream and Moss Hock H G Martin with Connaught and Ilasson W H Mizell with Ardelon Kalph Lloyd and Terrible Hill W I Carson with Superstition Garden of Allah Mull Mayeniale Hatteras Faustina and the twoyearolds Lennle D and John Marshall MarshallThis This mornings work was featured by the exhibi ¬ tions of the Davles stable The Plaudit tilly Southern Maid was the champion among the two yearolds doing a half mile in 17 and live furlongs in 102 pulled up She ran the first furlong in 11 seconds a quarter in 22 and threeeighths in 34 The Usher Perpetual and Hecoil the others In the set could not keep up The upThe Kings Plater Gold Hud from the same stable with First Sight as work mate went the Plato distance in 2i the best that lias been Hhown by any of the eligibles She carried more than her weight 119 pounds and was not in trouble The half was run in 5O the mile in 145 nnd the mile and an eighth in 159 which was really the limit of the work as she only cantered out the nex eighth Plate Glass led Moving Picture and Spring Maid threequarters In 114 114Colonel Colonel Ilendrie saw Hockspring do his mile and a quarter in 21f the first mile in 147 147The The homebred twoyearolds Heoliive and Alai Bass from the Giddlngs stable showed half a mile in 4S 4SThe The Livingston horses Including Lovetio and Sotemia and a Hock of twoyearolds all did a half mile In better than 2 Kingly was an absentee on account of slight sickness sicknessThe The Canadian Hatlug Associations will meet on Thursday for the confirmation of several new regu ¬ lations and tlie Issuing of licenses Application has been made by the new Dorval track at Montreal for approval of its officials and dates All tlie avail aide time between May 24 and the end of September has already been allot ted to the tracks in tlie Canadian Hacing Associations so that it will not be possible to give time that will not produce some slight conflict of dates The Dorval track will be a mile in circumference and it will be conducted on qiiite a different plan from the halfmile racing that Montreal has had hadJockey Jockey Frank Adams who has been riding Mau fiojiis In his recent work will have the mount on lilm In the Kings Plate PlateThe The services of jockey J Wilson have been se ¬ cured by Harry Giddings for Hearts of Oak in the ICIngs Plate Jockey Mondon providing lie can inn HI tlie weight will ride Ondramida AVidow Wise will not be a starter Wilson piloted Partner to victorv In the Plate race of 1910 and Mr Giddings Ondramon In the Coronation Stakes the following your He is under contract to Andrew Hlakeley who will ship live horses to Woodbine from Haiti more moreToronto Toronto Out May 20 J E Seagrams Kings Platers Volvode and Maid of Frome went right into the front rank of probabilities when they did 11 mile and a quarter in 215 early Sunday morn ing so early indeed that the Sunday morning visi ¬ tors did notbegin to arrive until this set was cooled out and back In tluv stable The first mile was done in 140 nnd the whole performance on a wet track was siicli as to justify the high opinions the stable has held all spring about the chances of suc ¬ cess The filly was right there at the cjirt and it s evident that Hearts of Oak is going to have a battle of a more strenuous character than wiis generally anticipated at the opening of proceedings this season The seasonThe tilly Hustling third in last years Plate also gave a smart performance later doing six furlongs a shade under 1 10 the first half mile in 49 f Witli Hustling White Caps Heresy Amberite On dramon Gold Hud Calumny Marybud and the other Canadinnhrcds over three years old there Is goiug to IK some keen racing In this seasons homebred events to say nothing of the good threeyearolds that will be in action also after the Plate is run runGallinulc Gallinulc was cantered after ho hod taken his daily bite out of the track but the twoyearolds were sent along and all displayed keen speed Froissart and Extravagant went four furlongs in 30 the first three in thirtyseven seconds The other set in which Dark Hosaleen showed best were a trifle faster fifty seconds for the half mile and 3 V for the threeeighths threeeighthsVale Vale of Avoca does his work on the road and At Once has been an absentee for more than a week Trainer George Grant had reason to be satisfied witli tlie work of tlie Barrio Platers Crystlawogn outpaced Elfain but the filly Is no workhorse The mile was done in 117 the first half in 50 and threequarters in 110 Elfain was a couple of lengths back at the finish Tropacolum did five fur ¬ longs in 101 Heresy with trainer Grant up had a good mile in 148 the first half in 5 5Hearts Hearts of Oak accompanied by Sarolta during the first seven furlongs worked a mile and a quarter on Saturday in 217if the first half in 51 the mile In 148 and mile and a furlong in 204 He was ridden by jockey Mondon carried much more than his Plate weight and ran like a good horse horseThe The twoyearolds Beehive and Alai Bass went half a mile in 50 and liveeighths in 103 Omjramida beat Widow Wise a mile in 153 153The The Davles Platers Gold Bud and Meter had First Sight for company in their work which was a strong gallop of a mile and an eighth done in 205 The first half was in 52 and the mile in 150 better rated than the work of Hearts of Oak They had plenty of weight up Knapp riding Gold Bud which is tlie better of the pair pairOthers Others of the Thorncliffe stable had a busy day Plate Glass which likes a sticky track beat Moving Picture which does not five furlongs in 102 the first half mile in49 Fountain Fny running wide at the head of tne stretch was home ahead of Dr Neet in the same time 102 for the fiveeighths This pair are maidens Knights Differ beat Spring Maid and Flower Girl the same distance in 104 Southern Maid led The Usher Sky Rocket and Per ¬ petual from the barrier half a mile In 50f Colonel Ilendrie s Hockspryig is shaping up better every time he turns out and it is not improbable that he will be some factor in next Saturdays race too He beat Aurora Haby over a work of a mile and an eighth in 20 and he Is not n horse that will show what he can do The first half mile was in 55 and the mile in 151 so that the son of Springwells was improving as lie went along and the work was of the sort to encourage a trainer Aurora Haby from the Gorman stable shows plenty of speed but does not carry it and probably will not be a starter for the Guineas White Caps did his mile in 148 the last quarter in 27Vfc seconds This fellow may make a useful horse to replace Denliam In the Canadianbred races that son of Derwentwater being out of commission just now Miccosukee was eased up threequarters in lll with Writ n few lengths back Tankard wanted to run faster but his boy was signalled to take him back the last part of half a mile In iil The twoyearolds Slipper Day and Martena broke out of the barrier and went half a mile In 51 51Marybud Marybud and Calumny the Gonnnn mares did a mile in 1W Mausolus went half a mile In 51 Other training gallops were Aplaster Mile in l4fi l4fiBlack Black Hiver Half mile hi 50 50Boozer Boozer Half mile in rt i iTaper Taper Sauce Half mile In 51 J Carrillon Threequarters in 120 120Cohort Cohort Half mile in 51 51Detroit Detroit Threequarters in 121 Floridas Beauty Fiveeighths JnlQ5 Grif Threeeighths In tS Guinevere FivcclKhths in 107 107J J II Hougliton Threequarters in 110 110Laura Laura II ilf mile in 53 Legislator Mile in 151 151Letourno Letourno Fiveeighths in 109 Lilburne Doodji PeterDoodji Fireeighths in 104 Leading Peter Michael John Half mile in 54 Minnie Bright Half mile In 52 Miss Gayle Threeeighths In 40 Naiwleon Bonaparte Fiveeighths in 107 Oakland Lad Threequarters in 122 Porcupine Mile in 156 Mile and a quarter In 225 Sir Melvln Threequarters in 120 Ta Nun Da Fiveeighths in 110

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