Lexington Track Alive With Horses: Several Derby Candidates Work Impressively--Kentucky Jockey Club to Meet Today., Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-31


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LEXINGTON TRACK ALIVE WITH HORSES HORSESSeveral Several Derby Candidates Work Impressively Kentucky Joskey Club to Meet Today LEXINGTON Ky March 30 The Kentucky As ¬ sociation track wa alive with horses today but there was little in the way of fast work the great ¬ er portion of the exercise being in the nature of slow gallops The weather was fine the track fast and the number of spectators large The most impresive move was that of II II Hewitts Blue Grass Stakes and Kentucky Derby candidate Gin ¬ gers mile in 147 Aside from beirig the best time of the season here for the distance the horses rating was even his striding bold and his finish strong It was by comparison much belter than the mile Saturdav by Col Taylor The track of course was slower Saturday than it was Sunday morning probably a second and a half slower but Col Tay lor did not run his mile in 149 with the same display of stamina that was evident in Gingers performance performanceThe The Derby candidates Regalo and Serbian worked threeouarters the former in 120 and the latter in 121 Sewel Combs worked with Serbian C T Worthingtons ATiva America worked threequarters in 121 Other moves at fiveeighths were Cane Run 104 Dr Carmen 105 Precious 100 St Augustine 10775B 100 and American Eagle 10775 B J Brannon and Miller Henderson motored over from Louisville Brannon says Colonel Livingston has a splint that will keep him out of the Ken ¬ tucky Derby but will not throw him out of train ¬ ing He says St Bernard and Allard are going great guns gunsMessrs Messrs Thomas A Combs and J 0 Keene mem ¬ bers of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and Robert L Baker general manager of the Kentucky Association track went to Louisville today There will be a meeting of the directors of the Kentucky Jockey Club in Louisville Monday morning and it is reported that Mr Baker will be elected to member ¬ ship on the board boardInasmuch Inasmuch as there are more applicants than boxes plans are in the making for more general use of the clubhouse than heretofore and it is likely that tea and dancing will be a late afternoon addition to the entertainment of patrons patronsC C AV Moore has arranged to breed his mare Maltha to Jim Gaffney Maltha is the dam of AVar Pennant

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