Sarazen Out For Gallop: Kentucky Derby Favorite Works Mile Under Restraint--St. James In Slow Canter., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-05


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SARAZEN OUT FOR GALLOP Kentucky Derby Favorite Works Mile Under Restraint — St. James In Slow Canter. NEW YOBK. April 4.— Although the training track and the main course at Belmont were both deep in slop Friday morn-j ing. weather conditions were ideal and practically all of the trainers had their horses j out for gallops. Max Hirsch sent the Derby favorite Sara-sen a mile over the main course in 1 :55~s under restraint, Prince Hamlet and King Solomons Seal ran three-quarters handily in 1 :28. Fluvanna was sent a quarter mile in 26 and several of the stables two-year-olds I were also sent quarters in slow time. A. J. Joyner had George D. Wideners St. James out for a slow three-eighths canter in preparation for a real work Saturday morning. The horses of the stable were also sent out for slow canters. The Gifford A. Cochran three-year-olds were sent three-eighths in fairly fast time to sharpen them up for longer gallops Saturday. Sun Flag and Bevenue Agent worked I in :37h, Sunspero went the distance in ::58, and Goshawk under stiff restraint in :40. T. J. Healey had the B. T. Wilson and W. J. Salmon horses out for slow works. All appeared to be close to racing condition. Wilderness is being pointed for the Dixie Handicap. He went a slow half mile.

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