Buck Horses Take It Easy: Trainer Does Not Believe in Working Charges Excessively--Ready for Seattle Opening., Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-10


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BUCK HORSES TAKE IT EASY Trainer Does Not Believe in Work ¬ ing Charges Excessively Ready for Seattle Opening SEATTLE Wash June 8 Working his string of thirteen horses easily because of their hard winter and spring seasons on California tracks Rex Buck veteran owner and trainer expects to have his stable at top form by the time of Longacres opening June 14 14Theres Theres no sense in working horses to death says Buck but by the time the bugle sends the first race away June 14 I know they will be in top condition conditionThis This Seattle weather is great for the horses no blistering heat plenty of good feed and the horses can rest well wellBuck Buck was enthusiastic about the condition of the Longacres track and says it is by far the fastest and best conditioned track in the West WestIn In Bucks string are such Tvell known thoroughbreds as Principality Mr Bun Princess A A and Speedy Al AlOthers Others in Bucks string include Al Jolson General Bank Wittora Sister Noah Cap ¬ tain Gilbert Brimsey Butterfield Mr Haney and Chatter On OnRuth Ruth Partbn of Toppenish Wash first woman to obtain a trainers license on the American turf has arrived at Longacres with a stsble of fourteen horses

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