Training Gallops At Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-15


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TRAINING GALLOPS AT LEXINGTON LEXINGTON Ky April 14 Tho best of many moves made Sunday morning by the horses in train ¬ ing at the Kentucky Association track was Regalos mile in l42f It was a cracking good gallop and the daughter of Sweep is not to be lightly regarded in consideration of the events to which she is eligible and they include tne Blue Grass Stakes the Ashland Oaks and the Kentucky Derby J S Hawkins Delico went a mile in 145 not extended The Hewitt pair Ginger and Sam Reh worked at different limes the former a mile in 144 easily and the latter a mile in 144 Other interesting moves were One mile Ernest B Fair Orient Sun Gold Contestant Bourbon Lad and Jiffy 145 Dn Samuel 145 Aotary 145 Thrcequarlers Sewell Combs 115 Tokay 118 Morristown B B Johnson and Kate Adams together head and head 110 Cane Run and Mustard 110 Big Smoke 117 Fiveeighths Tacola l02 Half mile Nobleman 48 Threeeighths Prince Pal and Spice Bush 35 The Manager AllenaDale colt and The Manager Little Daughter colt 35 35E E C Crockett came in Saturday night from Xew Orleans with Hanovia J AValker Harry Burgoyne Benefactor Azelia Marshon Vision and W AV Hastings the property of E T Colton and Chick Barkley Flapper and Fernleaf belonging to J L Knight He also brought James McManus Lassie and sent her ito John S Barbees Glen Helen Stud to be BelizeIn bred to Belize In addition to the colt Westwpod Harry Perkins brought from Hot Springs Troilus Gipsy Queen AValnut Hall Bob Hensley and Night Wind The last named a fouryearold son of Sunstar is sick He did not ship well wellAmong Among the Sunday visitors was Theo Cook of New York who is interested with Howard Oots in the ownership of a number of horses horsesB B J Brannon accompanied by jockey Earl Pool who will ride for him this season motored from Louisville this morning and arranged for the bedding of FridayO stalls for fourteen horses to arrive next Friday O A Bianchi also was here from Louisville He will ship six horses here including Sennings Park which he says is training splendidly for the Ken ¬ tucky DerbyT Derby T C McDowell has sent Plum to the farm to be turned out a while Little Daughter has a bay filly by The Manager

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