Gossip from Canadian Sources., Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-06


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GOSSIP FROM CANADIAN SOURCES. Toronto. out.. May ~ . -The horses are moving ■long at Woodbine and there is miu-h interest la the work, which has now reached the stage of importance in thai it will soon separate the good from the Indifferent. The track is decidedly not at iis Inst yet. Tin- loading Plate candidates at traded most attention. Beehive led Oadramoa six furlong* iu 1:17%, the first quarter in 244r , and Hie half in 50%. fid. Heudries Slipper Day went with Privet Petal halt a mile in 53%, three quarters ■a 1:39%. and a mile in 1 :*«•.. Mr. levies Cold 3ud did a mile in front of Bogufath in 1:411--,. other works of latere*! were: Maxim Belle ami Star Cress, from I In- Da vies stable, quarter in 24. and three-eighth* in .It;1.-,, the best showing by two vearolds: Ilarrv Bas-eii II.. quarter in 24. three eighths in •:7-,:.: Hearts of Oak. hill in 51%. three quarters in 1 : 1 T .-. : Si. Bass, half in ~ : Knigbts Differ, three quarters in 1:10%: Kecoil and The ■ I slier, three quarter- in 1:18. and a mile in 1:51%: King Hamlmrg, in front of Grey Nun. three-eighths in 37%; Calgarj and First Sight, mile in 1:51%: Magic Star and Dorothy Prlwer, three year-aid niaideiis from Win. Walkers stable, three eighths in :;7- • Sar-dia. half in 40%: Martian, half in 49%, three quarters in 1:18%; Otero, three-eighths in ::7:- Miilramida. half iu 51%; Martola and Cedai Hundley, hall iu -" 4: Marteaa. half in 54%; Lasl ispark and Splulter. quarter in -4:tf,. three-eighths in 3» • Pergua, quarter iu 24%, in front of David Qillies: John Peel, quarter in 25%; Tankard, three eighths iii 43; odds On and Red Fire, quarter iu 23%. Sir Montagu Allan. President of the Montreal Jockej Inb. was a visitor at Woodbine on S.itur lay. lie has a couple of candidates for the Kfaucg Plate of his own Province aadergoiag preparation .-it WtMXlbine at the hands of trainer Allan Bui croft. They are by Dublin, and both good-tookiag. well -grown borsea. Irish Heart Baiabed secaad in last years Plate. Sir Montagu greatly adinirel j he new grandstand, which he said was. in design and extent, worthy of Woodbines patronage. "You liave I S|K rtini: and appreciative people here." hi-continued, "and I was ranch Impressed, as was evenr other visitor, bv the splendid attendance at the Horse Show." The President of Blue Hon nets expressed his confidence that the eoaaing rac Ing season in Canada would be more hTtereatJag and enhivable than ever. H. S. GMdings reports Basset la w biMik full far the season. Only a few nominal ions were allowed to outside mares. Mr. Seagrams horses are expected from Waterloo in the coarse of a few days. Kd. Classc-o is sending Marion Gaiety down from Windsor for tin- Plate and her other engagements. Windsor I. ad. his second string, is said not to be s*» dangerous. Carinie Maid has :l f,,.,| |,v Harvey.

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