Horses Ready For Lexington., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-22


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HORSES READY FOR LEXINGTON. Lexington. Ky., April 21. — Jefferson Livingstons horses, under the care of Mose Goldblatt. are in the pink of condition and. that they will play a prominent part in the early Kentucky racing is a foregone conclusion. Probably the one most forward in his preparation is the four-year-old colt Colonel Veniiie. A few days ago he worked three-quarters in 1:14%, going the quarter in 23/i and the half in 48%. Ben Hampsou is another Livingston racer showing excellent form in his work. He went three-quarters in 48%. 1:15 the other day. fighting for his head at the finish. The speedy filly Diamond ► also showed Goldblatt that she is ready, going the same distance in the same time. Among other good moves noted were Aristobulus. three-quarters in 1:17; Aldebaran. three-quarters in 1:17; Brown Velvet, three-quarters in 1:19%: Brandywine, three-quarters in 1:17%. Betcha Million and Blue Paradise went a half mile in 494f,. Blind Baggage, in E. It. Bradleys stable, worked a sensationally fast mile Thursday when he covered the distance in 1:41%. The fractional* were 24, 48%, 1:15%. This four-year-old son of Sain was only three times outside of the money out of sixteen starts last year.

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