Fast Derby Gallops: Prince K. Pleases His Admires by Working K. Pleases His Admires by Working Mile in 1: 42, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-18


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FAST DERBY GALLOPS ♦ Prince K. Pleases His Admires by Working Mile in 1:42. ■ » • Donges Also Displays Fine Speed — Wida Goes Mile and an Eighth in Impressive Style. LOUISVILLE, Ky.. April 17.— Prince K. worked fast this morning, when trainer Louis Marshall gave him a mile gallop. With jockey T. Brothers aboard the son of Mont Dor ran the first quarter in 23%, half in 48%, three-quarters in 1 :14 and a mile in 1 :42. Several timers caught Prince K. in a shade faster time, but his work-out broke all records of the spring racing season here for Derby eligibles. The colt pulled up round and scarcely blowing. runters who have already secured tickets on Prince K. in the future books, at prices ranging from 100 to 40 to 1 wore a smile after the gallop. Louis Marshall, as soon as the colt had cooled out, rushed to the telegraph office to wire "Brother George" about his good work. Prince K. was not the only Derby eligible to show a good work-out trial during the morning, as there were others at the Downs which made creditable time, according to the timers records. Donges, with blinkers, worked with the four-year-old Washington as a pacemaker. Roscoe Goose was astride Donges and ran Washington into exhaustion in the first three-quarters, finishing out the mile easily. Donges was timed a quarter in 23%, half in 49%, three-quarters in 1 :16, mile in 1 :45%. Donges merely cantered the last quarter. This is another colt about ready for the races. His first start in colors will be at Lexington. PARK HILT, ItTXS FAST. Tark Hill, R. E. Vickermans Derby colt, worked even faster than Donges. His work was good in that he covered nearly every quarter at an even pace and was going faster at the end than at the start. He ran the first quarter in "4%. half in 69%, three-quarters in 1 :lt; and mile in 1 :41. Actuary. R. H. Andersons Derby eligible, was another which turned in a creditable mile when he was caught the first quarter in 24, half in 50, three-quarters in 1 :16% and mile 1:44%. This colt is much improved. Theodore Muellers Dick Finnell colt Wida was sent a fast mile and galloped out a mile and an eighth. His time by quarters follows: Quarter. 24%, half in 49%, three-quarters in 1:16%, mile in 1:43% and mile and an eighth in 1 :."8%. Mac Lir and Sandy Hatch, two of the John E. Madden Derby eligibles, worked a mile, the first quarter in 3%. half in 49%, three-quarters in 1:18 and mile in 1:17%. "Slim" Ownbey worked the Louehheim pair, Lord Granite and Blue Stone, a mile, the first quarter in 24%. half in 49%, three-quarters in 1 :1C% and mile in 1:44%. Flowers of Love and Chittagong. from the Ktene stable, showed well in their work. They were timed the quarter in 24%. half in 49%. three-quarters in 1:17% and mile in 1:15%. Alice Blue Gown and Hiss Mutlins, from the same stable, worked together. They were timed the first quarter in U4, half in JO ind three-quarters in 1:17%. PRINfK TII Til OX TRACK. Trainer Early Wright gave Prince Tii Tii his lirst exercise since his arrival from Tijuana. The colt was cantered three-eighths in 3S%. Doctor Richards sent Pravus a mile, the tirst Quarter in 24%, half in 49%, three-quarters in 1 :lti% and mile in 1 :4.j%. Kittie Williams, an Oaks candidate, cantered three-|quarters in 1 :20%. Whiskaway and Tom Hare Jr. worked five-eighths in 1:04%, the first quarter in 24% anil half in .",0%. Whiskaway went about his work kindly and seems to be Hearing condition for racing. Dr. Clark is about ready. He cantered three-quarters, hard held, in 1:17%. At Douglas Park Alex Gordon gave Cartoonist and Hyperion a fast quarter in 21%, in the nature of a "blow-out" for longer work tomorrow. Great Jan, in the Weideman stable, was galloped three-eighths in :;7%. For the first time this spring the two-rear-olds at Douglas Park were started from the harrier in sets of a half a dozen. Superintendent Tom Young received a let-ter today from former jockey Fred Taral, who is training the Riviera Stable at Belmont Park, to reserve six stalls for his Derby and Oaks candidates, as, well as a couple of two-year-olds which have stake engagements here. The Derby eligibles being trained by Taral are Great Man and High Chief. He also has Miss Star, named for the Kentucky Oaks.

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