Figuring On Kings Plate Winner: Uncle John Getting Ready in Races--Toronto Horses Doing Well., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-10


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FIGURING ON KINGS PLATE WINNER Uncle Join Getting Ready in Races Toronto Horses Doing Well TORONTO Ont May 9 With the running of the Kings Plate only two weeks away from Saturday the various trainers at the Woodbine track are start ¬ ing to send their charges over the route while yesterday the Sunnyside Stable entry tncle John was given an advantage of a race at Pimlico This horse was sent south a month ago and will have u distinct advantage over tlie majority of Plate entries That his connections were taking no chances on having him win and thus debar him from the classic is shown in the race they placed him which was with Motor Cop one of the fastest sprinters in America With Louisville opening on Saturday trainer Johnny Walters of the Geo M Ilendrie string will no doubt give his three platers a race or so under their belts beltsIt It is understood that James Milton will do the starting in the Plate and also on the Canadian Racing Associations tracks when racing is re ¬ sumed sumedE E B Clancys string of Guelph were arrivals yes ¬ terday at Woodbine in charge of trainer Chapman Master Fox a fine looking son of Red Fox II whose underpinning is unreliable and the three yearold Latest News comprise the string The latter is by Red Fox II Miss Morgan a mare that was speedy but a non stayer stayerTrainer Trainer George Walker of the Brookdale Stable sent Blackburn and Sadducee threequarters yes ¬ terday in 123 this being the only work of note noteWhile While being galloped Pleasure Bent of the Thorn cliffe Stable crossed his legs and threw the boy but no damage was done doneTrainer Trainer Joe Doane cave the Bearduiore mare Ladder of Light a nice mile and a quarter in 219f She was hard held all the way Jockey Ted Rice may pilot this one oneCharlie Charlie Crew gave his pair Jim Pctre and C A Crew a mile in 15173 15173The The Davies candidate Pleasure Bent was sent n hiile by trainer John Walker in 150 Fair and Warmer and Golden Bud the other pair were beaten off offJohn John Nixon sent the London and Peterboro rep ¬ resentatives Ceinnr and Prondfoot threequarters in 127 127A A good move was shown by Robert Newels colt Satinmore in company with Mr Frasers Forward They galloped through the stretch an eighth in 113 pulled up the quarter in 25f with Satin more showing the way Other works Sturdee and Don Dodge quarter in 2 Hemisphere mile in 159 Rlvermaid half mile in 5S Algonquin quarter mile in 20

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