Training Gallops at Woodbine, Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-16


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TRAINING GALLOPS AT WOODBINE. Toronto. Onl May 15. The largest mid week day crowd of the season turned out ai the Woodbini track yesterday to witness the daily training work of the horses. The track was in fairi] good condition, although the "dogs" were up. The tune recorded, consequently, was slow, but many good moves were witnessed. While being worked with Amazement. Robl. Da vies Kings Water, Roguish, broke down, and will nor be a starter iu the big race. II. II. Roberts Plate candidate. Muusoius, was on the Hack, and although showing improvement, is still a little lame. Hopes of getting him to the post for the Plate bare not yet been abandoned, bow-ever. Trainer Barry Littlefieid gave the Seagram Plate Candida I es. Hark Kosalceii. Froia_trJ ami Meissen. .! jaunt over the full Plate Journey. They went in quarter in 271-.. em-half in 55%, three-quarters in 1:25. mile in 1:51%, ami cantered out to the mile ami a quarter ill 2:2l;-.. V_st-tio led Sea Lord the same distance, somewhat faster. They weal ■ quarter in 26, one-hatt in 53, three-quarters in 1:21. mile in I :4!l:-.-,. and one and a quarter aailes in 2:19%, osuj cantering the last quarter. .None of the lot was extended at any pari of the route. The two-year-olds Smithfleld, Golden lu and Sberon went .1 half in ■".::: Tpsilon and Sir Lanncelot together S half la 53%, and luri tan Lass with Rustling, three-quarters In 1:20%. With the "dogs" removed, lb-arts of Oak, from the G hidings stable, went the fastest three-quarters of the season, when be was timed the distance in 1:16%. The big coil is in excellent condition again ibis season. Beehive, the Plate favorite, broke from the barrier and stepped a quarter in 25. a half in 51, five-eighths in 1 : 5. and three quarters in 1:18%. He was well in band throughout. ST. BaSS went a milt- in 1:50. and Ala] liass three eighths in 38%. The lb miii.- Plater Slimier Day showed 1 fairly _. .1 nl performance and although unable to keep up with Privet Petal, she put in 1 quarter in 25-.. half in 51 -- thr luarters In 1:18%, mile in 1:50. one and one-eighths miles In 2:08%. She wns hearing OUt at the lowei turn, but eased up. sin reached the one and ■ quarter miles in 2:21. Privet Petal drew away after going ■ half-mile and went the three-quarters In 1:18%. the mile In 1:47.-.. and ihe one and a quarter miles in 2:11. Tankard romped three-quarters In 1:23. odds on led the other Rend tie two-year-oldn, John Peel and Bed Fire breaking ft the barrier, three-eighths in The Davies two-year-Olds, Maxim Belle and King Hamburg uem three-eighths in .17. easing up a half in 51--. with the former In front. Star Crest led Urey Nun, three eighths in 38, and a half In 52%. Amazements Ive furlongs was in 1 :ii7. Plate Glass was leading Sky Rocket, three quarters in 1:21%. and seven furlongs in 1:35. Fountain Fav and Moving Picture hreeaed three furlongs in 40. Crystiawoga and Tippecanoe from the Dyment stable went together 1 mile in 1:51. The two-year okis were schooled at tin barrier and wenl a quarter in 25. Floral Park went three-quarters in 1:18% in handy fashion. Tom Sayers and Arran together went live eighths la 1 : ".. Clill Stream and Old Reliable. the Mia to Plater, wenl Sve-eigbtbs in 1 : 9. Hhrry Lauder was galloped an easy mile in 1:51: Dr. Dougherty, three-eighths in 38%: Dead Shot, three -eighths in 39: William Walkers Dynamite, three-quarters in 1:22-,: and Tom Horn, five-eighths in 1:07. Tokays hall was in 58. RA. Moores Miss riayle went half in 56: Keltic Sue. half in 52%: and Bessie Latimer, half In 5::-- The Dymeni Platers, Beancheval ami Mail Order. M.rked a mile together, I lie bitter in 1:51. then polled up. Beaneheva] went his mile iu 1:48%, and galloped out the one and ■ quarter miles in 2:18%. This work was dune alter the removal of tlie "dogs. Amph ion breeaed three-eighths in 38. About niMMi Calgary and First Sight, from the H. ivies stable, went a mile in 1:45%. The I slier led Rec.dl a mile in 1:45%. The Plater, Gold Bud, weal aktne a mile In 1:47%. ami the one and one-eighth miles in 2:0-%. She is i-evtain to he a contender in the big race. W initio had a last track today, though ihe warm weather still holds off. Fountain Fay. from the Davies stable, showed the Im-si mile of the braining season when he worked in 1:43%. 1 1 is stable com panion. Southern Maid, did six furlongs in 1:16, the Ills! time she has been asked to run that dis tain--- ibis season. She has all her old sneed. but it is the Impression that she will be best suited by Ihe sprinting distances. Calgary, in a breene, showed a quarter in 22%. Another good work was by T. J. Birds Martian, three-quarters, handily, in I Hi--.. The stables of P. M. Clvitl, R. .1. Austin and O B. Moreland. from Lexington, and James Hendricks and J. F Dolan from Windsor, are the latest ar rivals. Much gratification has been expressed over the announcement of the intention ■. Earl Grey, who preceded the Duke of Connanghl as Governor-— en eral of Canada, to visit Woodbine for several days during the coming meeting. Harl Grey comes on the invitation of the Duke, who will attend the II a in state on several days. Ine Kings Plate will be run next Saturday, the opening ilay. and will have a field of ten or a dozen Starters. The Old Rosebud of tlie eli_ibb-s is Harry Giddings Beehive, a smi of Bassetlaw and My Honey, ami the unbeaten Winner of six races last year. IU- will be a big favorite, especially since his mile ami a quarter, last Saturday, iii 2:14. pulled up. The competition for second place. tl gh, will be keen. Col. .1. S. Hendries Slit" per Day. Hubert Davies Cold Bud. and Ihe best of Mr. Seagrams live eligibles, will be the battlers for the honors next to Beehive, in the opinion of lb-- trainers. Mansnliis is again walking, and at that gait shows no siga of the lameness that caused a stop page of his work for the Kinds Plate. Apuar-eiiily the recurrence of tlie trouble is to lie attended by the quick recover;, that followed it last year, and it may have no am re si-rimis result than the loss nf lime at an hnportaat stage of his pre pa rat ion. Id. olassco shipped two of his most promising youngsters, Mktrion Gaiety, daughter of Martlmas. and Windsor by Makalaml. bete from Windsor. Marion iaielv won two purses iu her I wo year old form, and Glasaco believes she will do better ss a three-year-old. Both are iu the Kings Plate ami I... Ill may face lb,, barrier. Glasnco, however, thinks liis colors a ill go on Miss Gajetj .

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