Keene Juveniles Show Speed: Don Carlos and Darkest Hour Work Fast at Homewood-Plan Sale for June 17, Daily Racing Form, 1932-06-04


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KEENE JUVENILES SHOW SPEED Ben Carlos and Darkest Hour Work . Fast at Homewood — Plan Sale for June 17. HOMEWOOD, 111., June 3.— Excellent training trials by Don Carlos and Darkest Hour, two of the twenty-one horses J. O. Keene has at Washington Park, brings attention to the fact that the Keene thoroughbreds will be offered at auction on June 17, the day before the running of the American Derby. Wednesday morning at Washington Park. Don Carlos, two-year-old bay colt by Master Charlie— Donna Roma, by Light Brigade, and Darkest Hour, juvenile black gelding by Pagan Pan— Twilight Hour, by Hourless, worked three-eighths in company in :35%. The exercise boys on the two horses weighed about 125 pounds each. Don Carlos is a half-brother to Don Diego, Don Romiro and Pani Roma, all fast horses and good winners. Their third dam was a half-sister to the great mare Beldame. One of the principal members of the Keene stable is Pancho Lopez, three-year-old bay gelding by Pagan Pan — Kuf iya, a winner of his first three starts, which later established three track records, running five-eighths in :59%, five and one-half furlongs in l:©44/_, and three-quarters in 1:11. A most promising juvenile not yet seen in competition is Blue Emperor, a handsome grey colt by Chance Play— Alice Blue Gown, she a good stakes winner and dam of a first-class horse in Battleship Gray. The Keene sale will be conducted by Fa-sig-Tipton Company, with John Bain as auctioneer and catalogs will be available within a few days. a ,.- ■

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