Brother Batch And Coyne: Two Derby Candidates Gallop Encouragingly--Marjorie Hynes Fleet as Ever., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-22


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BROTHER BATCH AND COYNE Two Derby Candidates Gallop Encouragingly Marjorie Hynes Fleet as Ever LOriSVILLK Ky March 21 Brother Batch and Coyne the two Kentucky Derby candidates in the stable of trainer C C Aan Meter were given a workout of one mile in l4i at Churchill Downs this morning The horses ran head and head all the way and went about their task in an easy manner Both were under stout restraint but despite this they ran five seconds faster than their trainer intended they should shouldThe The work watchers had hardly recovered from witnessing this fast work of the Derby horses when Van Meter gave them something more to talk about as lie sent Marjorie Hynes threequarters of a mile in 114 the first fiveeighths 100 2i The filly was not sent along hard and jockey Mack Garner was pulling her up in the final eighth eighthThe The first calendar day of spring brought a change to cold weather here and during the early hours of the morning it rained intermittently It was only a drizzle however and it did not affect track conditions The trainers hurried their horses thiough wilh their workouts in an effort to beat a heavy ran which seemed imminent but the cold weither evidently held it off offStarting Starting gates wore erected iu the chutes at both Douglas Park and Churchill Downs but the threat ruing weather prevented schooling the twoyear olds this morning although the assistant starters were ready for this task AVill Hamilton will school the horses at Douglas Park while Bed Kranse will perform similar service at the Downs DownsJockey Jockey George AA Carroll was an arrival from Hot Springs Ark He is under contract to Bud Fisher for the current year

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