Illinois Handicap Trials: Indian Runner, Evergold, at Top and Princess Camelia Work Well for Saturdays Race, Daily Racing Form, 1933-08-10


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ILLINOIS HANDICAP TRIALS Indian Runner, Evergold, At Top and Princess Camelia Work Well for Saturdays Race. CICERO, 111., Aug. 9 Indian Runner, D. A. Woods crack Dis Done gelding and probable favorite for the race, along with the Nash Brothers Evergold and At Top and Mrs. John Marschs Princess Camelia, this morning had the more ambitious trials asked of candidates for Saturdays renewal of the Illinois Handicap, fashioned for Illinois-owned horses exclusively, and to be decided over one mile and one-sixteenth. Each of the quartet worked a distance of one mile, with Indian Runner going the eight furlongs in 1:45. He was under restraint throughout and, after going the first half mile in :51, negotiated three-quarters in 1:18. The watches caught Evergold, which also worked under stout rcstaint in the same time, while Princess Camelia went in 1:44, handily, and At Top in 1:47, breezing. J. T. Taylor, trainer of the Strathmore Stable, this morning engaged Eddie Arcaro to ride Cathop for that establishment in Saturdays race.

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