Seagram Stables Eighteen: Now at Woodbine Park--String Includes Six Horses Imported from England., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-06


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SEAGRAM STABLES EIGHTEEN Now at Woodbine Park String Includes Six Horses Imported from England TORONTO Out May r The Seagram Stable string of eighteen horses including six recently imported from England have arrived at AVoodbiiu Park from Waterloo in charge of trainer William Rringloc There are four Kings Platers in the band the fouryearold Crown of Gold md the threeyearold Gallipot War Tank and Gallou Berry BerryThe The others are the fouryearolds Brilliant Jester Parisian Diamond Lady Meave Mode and Sweet Bouquet the threeyearolds Kentish Boy Wake field and Golden Sphere and the twoyearolds Impersonator Target Kings Court Demoniac Tiger Empress and Gal Bally BallyAll All of the horses in the stable with the exception of the twoyearolds have been winners Ciown of Gold is one of the best looking horses at Wood ¬ bine He started in the Kings Plate last year but had a high fever and was too ill to do himself justice justiceThe The stable expects to make a creditable showing in this years races Crown of Sold War Tank and GallonBerry have been gelded since last fall fallMr Mr Seagram is now at Pimlico where he will arrange for a firstclass jockey to ride the stable hope in the Plate The Englishbred horses are grand lookers and appear so well advanced in their work that they may nice at the coming Ontario Jockey Club meeting meetingVork Vork of the Kings Platers featured todays ex ¬ ercise gallops at Woodbine Park which were over n fast track R Newells Greybourne worked the fastest mile of the year here in l4r the follow ¬ ing being the fractional time 21 r 120 Messrs Dyments Ilerendesy showed a trifle lame ¬ ness after a threequarter mile workout with Re sarf in 111 They galloped out the mile in 147 II Giddings Royal Visitor galloped three eighths in 37 from the barrier with the twoyear old Lady Heart HeartMrs Mrs L A Livingstons Ragged Robin and Fie went a milt in 148 and Mull Cutpnrse ran th same distance in 148 Blarney Boy worked three quarters in 121 with Aunt Lin LinThe The Koss and Dyment twoyearolds started from the harrier and worked a fast quarter Both stables have some fast youngsters youngstersOther Other works were as follows St Paul three quarters in 117 War Fox and Anmnt threequar ¬ ters in 118 Woodbine half mile in rt Lady B and Margaret Woods threequarters in 118 Fair i Lassie threeeighths in 31 Irish Jig tliree Hghths in 3 Royal Gift half mile in f0 Thursday Nighter fiveeighths in 101 Master Fox fiveeighths in 101 Oakly half mile In r0 Broud View and Incog threeeighths In 37

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