From Scene of the Derby: Prince of Wales, My Colonel and Others Work Impressively., Daily Racing Form, 1926-04-21


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FROM SCENE OF THE DERBY ♦ Prince of Wales, My Colonel and Others Work Impressively. * jslal.les of J. K. Widencr, .!. K. Madden. lniil Herz and 11ml Fisher Leave for Uelmont Park. ♦ LnFISYlLLE. Ky.. April 20.-E. H. Mr! tmun PlWt of Wales furnished the stellar Kentucky workout at Churchill Downs this morning. Tlie Son of High Time and Sand Pocket with jockey R. Williams astride. Hml wi!h The Engineer as pacemaker showed to good advantage when he rattled off three-quarters in 1 :16 and pulled up sound. » A. Rianchi gave Carl Wiedemanns Derby colt My Colonel, a chance to un-limbcr himself at the mile route, and the big eoH w. -i»t the distance under restraint in MSi. He wtnt the half in .52 and the three-quarters in 1 :20. C-orge Harries gave Recollection an "eye oihiier" by sending t % son of Jim Caffney ■ quarter in :2» -r.. 1 he colt is due to be given a trial at one mile Wednesday. Fred Musante was well pleased when his Marengo went three-quarters in 1 :2:l. Nocturnal was galloped a slow half in :52 ami Iraq was given a slow three-quarters in 1 :24. Mantonian accompanied by Despot breezed three-eighths in .40. Eric went a similar distance la_:2S%. Tamale Hick, accompanied by I*ee O. Cot-Tier traversed three-quarters in 1 :1S%, going the half in :.r n and the five-eighths in 1 :ti4. Susan Rebecca, an Oaks candidate, made a favorable impression when she went three-quarters in 1 :16*r,. Kentucky Cardinal got his first real work R.nce his arrival from Tijuana when he was sent three-quarters in 1 :1S. The special horse train carrying the stables of J. 10. Widener. J. K. Madden. Emil Herz and Bud Fisher cleared from the South Itouisville yards of the L. and N. Kailroad at I oclock this morning. The horses, which were loaded in good condition, are bound for Belmont Bark, where they are due to arrive at noon Wednesday. HASTE V D AI.TAWOOD. The train comprised eight horse cars and a day coach for the stable help. The Widener shipment included thirty-four horses and included such stars as Haste and Alta-WQod. The Madden string was headed by Rocky I.ane. the stables Derby eligible. Both Haste and Kocky lane will be given a race or two in the East, and if they show winning form, will he returned to Churchill 1 towns to fill their Derby engageemnts. Trainer Q. EL Keenc and jockey Karl Sande did not go on the special. Instead they went to Iexington. where they were scheduled to be the guests of Ja -k Keene. at Keeneland Stud. Tuesday night. Wednesday they will Inspect the Klmcndorf Farm stock and in the evening depart fi-r New York. Sande. accompanied by his wife, will motor to New York, while Mr. Keene will take the train. John B. McKee. general manager of the l.a Brae Stable of H. EL Cotton, wealthy l.os Angeles realty operator, arrived this morning from Tijuana for the purpose of having stalls at Churchill Downs ready for the stables horses when they arrive from the Mexican track Wednesday morning. The tables horses due to arrive are Sandy Man and American Son. both eligibles to the Kentucky Derby, and Sunspero, Moonraker. Flagstaff. Serenade!-. Sweeping Away. Herdsman. Elector and Prince Tarau. Master Crump, another member of the stable, was left at Tijuana. The stable is coming in charge of former jockey Will Knapp. who lias been handling the horses all winter. The stable will command the services of R. Jones, apprentice jockey, who rode in good form all winter. Leo J. Marks, who has a financial interest In a number of th.- horses of the Keeneland Stud, came over from Lexington to look over the horses. He was th- guest of Jack Keene. The latter announced that he had arranged to ship six of the stables horses to LesJagtoa next Wednesday night, and tie- number will include Champ I • Mars and Mike McLuke, both Derby sttgibles, Chittagong. Canaan, and a couple of two-year-olds. ltUIVKS HOI iljl AN . • leorge Stiate arrived this morning from Tijuana, bringing ten horses, the properly of various owners Six of the number are the property of W T. Anderson, owner of Carlaris. and these were turned over to trainer Fred Kraft at Douglas Park. Nona Marie and Zeus II.. owned by Nat F. Dortch of this city, also found stabling room at Douglas Park. The three-year-old colt. Tea. which C. Buxton raced at Tijuana for J. K. Madden, was also included in the lot brought by Strate. The colt will be sent to Hamburg Place. Tom M. Murphy, master of Golden Maxim Place, was a visitor at the Downs this morning. He reported that ten foals had arrived at his place near this city in the past fortnight. Three of the foals are by Golden M .ixim. while seven are by Theo. Cook. Golden G.. three-year-old colt by Golden Maxim Guion. which Mr. Murphy entered in the Kentuck Derby, is not being trained for the big race The colt js still at his owners farm Mr Murphy has had a number of offers for the purchase of the colt. and he will likely let him go in th.- coins.- of a few days. Milo Shi, -his has arranged to ship T. .1. Pendergasts three-year -old filly. Nettie Sweep, to Lexington Thursday. The filly is a probable starter in the Ashland Oaks. Jack M.-Iherson has four good looking juveniles in his barn at the Downs, and they are all well advanced in their training. They are Sii:;;im. chestnut filly by Wildir Lucky R . ; Wood Crocket, bay filly by Woodtrap Sensitive; Upstart, chestnut colt by Upset— Bright Start; unnamed colt by Trout Beck Lady Fanchon. limmie McGecs good handicap bone, loist.-r. which had been on the ailing list for several months, is bach in training again

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