Monday Work-Outs at Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1917-09-18

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MONDAY WORK-OUTS AT LEXINGTON Lexington, Ky., September 17. E. R. Bradlevs Blind Baggage and G. W. Lofts Papp turned in the best work-outs of the morning. Manager Waite also made his appearance and appears in grand condition. Following are this mornings moves: Arch Plotter Five-eighths in 1:03; well in hand. Blackie Daw Mile in 1:43; steady work. Blind Baggage Three-quarters in 1:15; fast work. Brown Velvet Three-quarters in 1:10. Callaway Five-eighths in 1:04; good work. Chalmers Five-eighths in 1:07; slow work, not let down. Desmonds Day Three-quarters in 1:10; fast work. Dr. Carmen Three-quarters in 1:17; good work. Dr. Samuel Mile in 1:44; fast work, well in hand. Dr. Tuck Seven-eighths in 1:39; slow work. Ed Garrison Three-quarters in 1:17; steady work. Everest Five-eighths in 1:07. Fox Ridge Five-eighths in 1:01; well in hand. Frank Wilson Half mile in 51; well in hand. Guide Post Mile in 1:44; well in hand. Guy Fortune Five-eighths in 1:05; steady work. Howdy Howdy Three-quarters in 1:17; well in hand. J. Rufus Mile in 1:44; well in hand. Jack Straus Five-eighths in 1:00; slow work. Jeffery Five-eighths in 1:05; well in hand. Knebelkamp Three-eighths in 39; good work. Lady Rotha Mile iu 1:45; well in hand. Manager Waite Three-quarters in 1:16; fast work. Midway Seven-eighths in 1:33; well in hand the entire route. Money Maker Mile In 1:46; steady work. Mud Sill Three-quarters in 1:17; good work. Pan Zareta Three-quarters in 1:17; steady work. well in hand. Papp Five-eighths in 1:02; fast work.

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