News from Woodbine Park: Bright Sunny Weather and Fast Track Bring Out Kings Plate Candidates for Real Work, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-02


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t f • v j * c 1 I a I ■ 1 1 j 1 I t * NEWS FROM WOODBINE PARK Bright Sunny Weather and Fast Track Bring Out Kings Plate Candidates for Real Work. TORONTO, Ont. May 1— It was Kings Platers day at Woodbine Park this morning, bright and sunny weather conditions and a favorable track inducing some of the trainers to give their candidates their first serious work of the spring season. The Giddings band was the first out. Honeys Jewel, along with Royal Visitor, working a mile in 1:18%. Honeys Jewel accomplished her task impressively, keeping to the center of the course throughout and holding her own with the five-year-old at all stages of the gallop. Wych Elm, a half-sister to Honeys Jewel, worked three-eighths in company with Honey Dear, a two-year-old, in 37%. Cheechako and Anaprisa, the Fletcher pair, were also worked out. The former was sent five-eighths in 1 :06 and the latter a half mile in 52. after which she was pulled up. Mrs. Livingstons Amber Fly and Mother Bunch galloped three-quarters together in :21. My Solace, the other entry from the stable, which will hardly be a starter, went a half mile handily in 52%. Other training moves included the following: Blarney Boy, three-quarters in 1:20; War Tank, three-quarters in 1 :19% : Keltie, half mile in 50%; Avion, half mile in 52; Arendal, half mile in 51 ; Trixie Cal, three-eighths in 38 ; Aunt Lin, three-quarters in :20% ; Elude, three-eighths in 3S : Pana-man. thre-e eighths in 38, and The Nephew, half mile in 52. The Seagram Stable, which was expected to arrive this morning, will not be in until tomorrow. •

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