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; BRINGHURST SHOWS SPEED IN WORK-OUT. Lexington. Ky.. April 1,".. — The weather was bright and warm this morning, but the Kentucky sapwls tion track though drying out rapidly after the rain. was nmn m he I dead and no sensational moves were made by any of the many borses at exercise. Tbis afternoon, however, J. J. Keen* sent our several - if tie Timnnnil N Camden string, of which Bring burst cave th;- most scintillating performance. He an a half iu : is and. before he got to the tive- ;. lb* i i ■ -. trainer Keeae was signalling the ► s|.,v up. which lie did. The mile was esse- in 1 17. ■i etary W. H. Shelley, who returned tl i morning from a Sunday visit to Louisville. ojys that Frank 1 . Wen- will send old Rosebud i. togethei with ten or twelve other burses er Ueir has made up his mind tu give Old l; . .in; i • before the Derby and he will prob ■end hie to the post iu Hie second race on UVJ iprl! -■" whih is fof three year olds mi in which the sun of Uncle will i ."..-■ •■ other Kentucky Derby candidati i R ,r . ;j aid today that he will bring Irs i i. . - ■ " i Ill Hoii tana next Thursday. 1 h, • |i ■ . i- i gallnoinr: over the turf n.ud «" is bodl i1t !•••". Thej bav bid one of two ■ morel •■ seen-etghtbs of a mile track, and hotb I and trainer Cliff Bammon h.-i-- t pres i . t ion at ti.«ir performances, though i the] i" thej will not be able to get a or Sect Uu - i any of the string until they come ■ •• the local mile track. .lot ke V on. under contract to .TelTersxm T.iv- Over from Cincinnati with trainer Goldblatl last night and was exercising borsea this I ; -ruing. la. gene ttrod, who lias charge of the pari-: annuel machines on the Kentucky tracks, came ■ i : in • in iuuati tinlay ami checked over his supplies ami equipment. He will be ready for business when the meeting opens. A new stand for the judges was completed today. It has a concrete base uul Boor and is constructed so that the aflsrfals will uut suffer from rail and cold as they did oil wet chilly days in the old -land.