Kings Platters Work Well At Woodbine., Daily Racing Form, 1915-05-14


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KINGS PLATERS WORK WELL AT WOODBINE Toronto Out May 13 On a muddy but not slow track this inorning the Platers that worked were from the nibbles of J S Hendrle George M Hen Jrle Churlcs Milar and Charles Crew The lieuten Bntn Bntnvernors vernors Splutter ed his Last Spark and his brother Reil Fire a fast gallop Splutter had the others with him for a mile done in 1457 and continued to the mile and an eighth in 201 kJIe pulled iirf at n mile and a quarter in 210 Ut was capital work on a wet track and under rfsfralnt rfsfralntJ J Mr Millar s Fair Montague and Tartarean fhonPd a mile and an eighth in 200 the first mile in 145 Both were under restraint Pepper Sauce worked threequarters from the barrier with Cannte Jean in llf the former finishing out the mile in lno B W Moores string Jnst in from Nashville Teun consists of Bessie Latimer Joe Stein Crystal Baby Sister Mis Gayle arid the two yearolds Jack Reeves Jim Grundy Bill Simmons Clara Booth and Col Slaughter SlaughterThe The war will cause at least one official vacancy at Woodbine more than was the case last year when Col William Hendrle was missing from the stewards stand This spring the associate judge Dr I King Smith will also be an absentee He ha enlisted in the Canadian overseas expedition and holds the rank of majoi Dr Smith Is the onlv xbn of one of the founders of the Ontario Jockey Club the latts Dr Andrew Smith

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