Derby Work At Louisville Tracks, Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-06


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DERBY WORK AT LOUISVILLE TRACKS LOUISVILLE Ky April 5 TIic training of the Kentucky Derby candidates at the local tracks is going along in a manner that is eminently satisfac ¬ tory to their owners The hocscs are now being sent along at the increased distance of one mile but no sensationally fast time has been attempted by their trainers who are not taking any chances of breking down their charges It J Brannons St Bernard has covered the distance in the fastest time he having gono a mile in 144 and a frac ¬ tion Geo J Longs Clermont the stables main dej endcnce in the Derby has traversed a mile in 145 and apjKars able to easily reduce this time when called upon Bugle Call which will be the Middleton Jones stardard bearer in the big race has worked a slow mile in 148 and looks like a colt that could go a long route F K Kcl leys Pastoureau has been sent a mile in 149 and gives evidence of improving over his twoyearold form formOver Over at Douglas Park Linden in the stable of Dick Williams is steadily improving under the care of that astute trainer who believes he stands an ex ¬ cellent chance to carry off first honors in the Derby Major Parke and Jago in the Jefferson Liv ¬ ingston stable are doing all that could l e desired and the same can be said of Iwiniwln which Tex Foreman is making ready for the Derby

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