King Gorin Put in Training Again: Baker Bros. Good Handicap Horse to Race next Fall after Season in the Stud, Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-22


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. KING GORIN PUT IN TRAINING AGAIN Baker Bros, Good Handicap Horse to Race Next Fall After Season in the Stud. LEXINGTON, Ky., August 21. Jack Baker has sufficiently recovered from his injuries recently received in attempting to bridle an unbroken two-year-old to give his daily personal attention to the training of seventeen horses which he has at the Kentucky Jockey Club track here. A distinguished newcomer to Bakers stable is Viva America, purchased a few days ago by S. K. Nichols from C. T. Worthington for 0,000. This magnificent filly is now in the pink of condition and is to race for the account of her new owner at the forthcoming fall meetings in this state. Baker is also training Paris Maid and Redmon for Mr, Nichols. Paris Maid has had a brief letup. She picked up a nail, but is again galloping soundly. There are three other "outside" horses in Mr. Bakers stable. They are Ernest B. and Major Bradley, the property of Thomas C. Bradley, Lexingtons commissioner of public safely and candidate for mayor, and Cockroach, the propprty of Charlton Alexander of Paris, Kentucky. The others are owned by Mr. Baker and his brother, Robert L, Baker, manager of the local track. They are King Gorin, which worked three-quarters in 1:18 Tuesday morning after having been in the stud at Kingston Farm the past season; Pif Jr., which never looked better than at the present time, and McAdoo, going soundly again after having been fired and turneJTout since last winter; Adelia W., General Byng, Fair Orient, Dr. Carmen, J. C. Stone, Aph, a two-year-old by Transvaal Earla Lee, and two yearling chestnut fillies by Ivan the Terrible, which were bred at Kingston Farm, the dams being Armilda and Arline. King Gorin was mated with ten mares, among them being Kitty Belle Brooks dam of Sedan; Rosabel, Arline, Armilda, Miss Gardner, Lady Levity, Zelda and Resignation, the dam of seven winners. Resignation, is owned by S. K. Hughes, and he has in training here her yearling bay colt by Wrack. Mr. Hughes is satisfied that this is one of the best of the mares production, but he is not galloping at present, because of a slight injury to one of his feet, which necessitated the trimming of his hoof.

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