Speedy Rinkey Ready: Greentree Stables Good Filly On Edge for a Race.; Mose Goldblatt Back at the Downs Bringing With Him the Popular Ivan Parke., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-19


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SPEEDY RINKEY READY ♦ Greentree Stables Good Filly On Edge for a Race. ♦ Mose Goldblatt Back at the Downs Bringing With Him i the Popular Ivan Parke. i • ■ i LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 18. — Displaying her best performance of the spring training season the Greentree Stables good filly. ] Rinkey. galloped a mile in 1 :14% at Churchill . Downs this morning over a track that could not be termed fast. It was one of the best * moves recorded by any Kentucky Derby aspirant this year and the manner in which the shapely daughter of Pennant and Ballet accomplished her task made a distinctly favor- J able impression upon the work watchers. J Trainer Clyde Phillips, who is directing the | fortunes of the Greentree Stable, ga • it as | j ; | his opinion that the filly is right now ready i I to race to her best form in a contest. I .Jockey F. Thorndyke, the Canadian ap- : prentice attached to the stable, was astride Pinkey and he proved to be a good judge Of pace by the way he rated the filly, work- t ! ing her in almost the time trainer Phillips . had instructed. He had a good hold all the] ! way and the filly going at a uniform gait throughout ran the half in :49%, five-eighths in 1 :0:i~. three-quarters in 1 :17 and seven- j ; eighths in 1 i.-.Of,. The trial convinc d the onlookers that Rinkey is in prime condition and ready to sport the colors. If she maintains her present good form ; she will have a busy season for she has been entered besides the Derby in all of the bg stake fixtures in Kentucky, to which she is eligible. At Lexington, she is eligible t the ■ Ashland Oaks. Camden Handicap and Blue , j Crass Stakes and it is almost certain that: she will start in at least two of these. She ■ will probably make her three-year-old debut i In the Ashland Oaks, to be decided the opening day of the meeting. ONLY SLOW GALLOPS. There were no other Derby gallops of any moment recorded Friday morning, all of the other cligibles being given nothing but light work. Wise Counsellor was out on the track I for the first time in two days and he was ! jogged around the course a couple of times | in the company of Worthmore and Bear Crass. Altawood. Sanola. Glide. King Gorin I II.. Bourbon Boy. Quivero, rrankman and lover were given slow gallops. Will Land, a recent arrival from winter quarters in .North Carolina, was given his first work Ml the local track when trainer] Tommy Allen s.-nt him a half mile at a fairly-good ! pace. All of the Derby aspirants are advancing steadily in their training and their fine appearance is being freely commented upon. K« ! Innately not one cf the number has met with any mishap and they are standing tip under the gruelling course of training in a ir.nst gratifying manner. | Print ess Porccn, the Audley Farm Stables main dependence for the big three-year-ohl stakes for fillies, is going along nicely in her : preparation ami promises to be a big factor in the decision of those races. The filly has been working fast and is regarded as a sure I starter in the Ashland Oaks at Lexington. Moss Goldblatt arrived at Churchill Downs Friday morning from EL P. Whitneys Brook-dale Farm in New Jersey and brought ten of Mr. Whitneys two-year-olds that he will campaign on the Kentucky tracks this year. Goldblatt was accompanied by the Whitney stables rider, Ivan Parke, and Bobby B w. rs who makes Parkes engagements. Parke has i been enjoying a well-earned vacation and! was at Brookdale Farm with Mr. Goldblatt. rtithi: mi: attraction. The clever youngster lost no tirrs* after his arrival lure in getting down to work and during the morning busied himself by helping to gallop the Goldblatt horses. James ROWW had epe ted that Parke would do some riding for him at the Havre tie Grace nutting, but the boy was both red with boils on his neck and head, a nil on this account he was not naked to title. The youngster has not token «m any weight since he rode at New Orleans antl is in splendid riding condition. The fact that he was the premier jockey in America last roar and is enjoying a big had in the list of winning riders this year, has attracted much notice tt the buy, and his arrival was the signal for a swarm of visitors to congregate at the Ooldblatt barn, drawn either by curiosity or to congratulate the youngster on his wonderful succesa. It wa-s on the Kentucky tracks last year that Parke displayed his marvelous riding ability and where he earned his reparation as a gnat and finished rider. lb- instantly sprang into popularity ami was the idol of the race coins public. It was believed that Parke would go to New York to ride the Whitney borses this y ar. but this was dispelled when Mr. Goldblatt stated this morning that .he boy will title in K ntUky. He will go to Lexington with the liorses that Goldblatt sends there and will ride at that meeting. The ten juveniles that Mr. Goldblatt brought here to train for owner WhitnVy are a fine looking aggregation and represent the best of the product Of. the Whitney breeding establishment. Jockey Joe K aerie will ride as a free la n.c during the corning season. He has bean busily engafed galloping horses for , various stables ami has kept himself in J good condition to ride.

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