Training Gallops At Woodbine Park, Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-12


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TRAINING GALLOPS AT WOODBINE PARK TORONTO Ont May 11 There was a cold raw wind at Woodbine Park today sometimes assuming the dimensions of a gale Despite these adverse conditions Royal Visitor from the BrennerGiddings stable worked Well galloping the full plata dis ¬ tance of a mile and a quarter in 211 Royal Vis ¬ itor worked alone the following being the frac ¬ tional time 23 50 116 and 143 143Heath Heath Belle fiom the same stable also showed a good performance when she went a mile in 142 and the mile and an eighth in 150 She worked the first part alone but was paced home by Oakling The fractional were as follows 25 4 110 142 and 150 On this work Heath Belle looks like a sure starter in the Plate PlateThe The Seagram stables Crown of Gold and Wai Tank worked as follows 25 52 119 140 and the Plate distance in 213 with the former hav ¬ ing plenty in reserve at the end Moll Cutpurse worked the best of the Livingston platers today when she galloped a mile and an eighth in 202 witli Flea and Ragged Robin the lastnamed being outdistanced outdistancedHerendesy Herendesy which was threatened with fever and coughing had a normal temperature today and may be well again after a short rest When Greybourne appeared on the track the gale was at its height and the Newell filly was sent back to the barn after an easy gallop gallopKeltrie Keltrie worked an easy threequarters and Gal ¬ lant Groom and Plymouth Rock galloped a mile in 140 140Other Other workouts today were as follows Waac and Limit threequarters in 120 Lucky B three quarters in 118 Margaret Woods threequarters in 119 Irish Jig threequarters in 120 Set Em and Betsy half in 49 Antoinette mile in 145 Antiphon threequarters in 117 Bugle March mile in 151 Flying Ford threeeighths in 30 Anmut threequarters In 118 118The The steeplechase course was opened today for the first time for schooling and over twenty horses were sent through the field without an accident of any kind Bencher and Max Meadows showed the best performance but Altar Fire and Dandy schooled well and Jim Petrie with Frank Proctor in the saddle also showed considerable merit for a novice jumper The field was in excellent condi ¬ tion tionThe The Nevada Stock Farm horses arrived today from California and being unable to get stabling accommodation at Woodbine Park went up to the Thorncliffe track where they will be quartered during the Ontario Jockey Clubs spring meeting

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