Training Gallops At Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-26


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TRAINING GALLOPS AT LEXINGTON LEXINGTON Ky March 25 The best move of the morning at the Kentucky Association course was Col Taylors fiveeighths in 102 and three quarters in 110 Timmy Hay soninlaw of Col E H Taylor owner of the son of Plaudit and Looking Glass was here frolh Frankfort to see the performance and complimented trainer John T Ireland upon the appearance and action of this candidate for the Blue Grass Stakes and Kentucky Derby My Boots the twoyearold ay filly by Granite Ifsula Emma bred and owned by 1 II Louch heim and trained by C A Clark worked a half mile in 52 impressively This is regarded as one of the best fillies in training here She is a can ¬ didate for the Hinata Stakes The twoyearolds Prince Pal by Prilice Palatine Wilful Maid arid Spice Bnsli by Ben Brush Allspice belonging to J H Wheelwright and the bay colt by Rapid Water Sandringham Belle worked head and head a quarter in 23 three eighths in 35 Priiice Pal and Spice Bush are eligible to the Idle Hour Stakes StakesGinger Ginger one of H H Hewitts candidates for the Blue Grass Stakes and Kentucky Derby worked threequarters in 118 while Stockwell one of G S Hawkins two candidates for the same two races galloped fiveeighths in 104

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