Good Times in Fast Work, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-19


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GOOD TIMES IN FAST WORK HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., April 18.— Trainer William Garth arrived this afternoon from Pimlico and reported that J. S. Cosdens Kentucky Derby candidate Good Times had worked a mile over the Hilltop course this morning in 1 :43. Rummer was in the saddle and Good Times starting from in front of the stand ran the first three-eighths in 35, and trainer Garth was forced to slow him down. The three-quarters were run in 1:14 and the mile in 1:43, under restraint. He pulled up in a satisfactory manner and cooled out splendidly. Good Times will be shipped to Kentucky several days before the running of the big race.

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