Lexington Trainers Busy: Advent Of Spring Brings Activity To Kentucky Association Course.; Ocean Bound Regarded as Best-Appearing Racer in Training in Blue Grass Region--Additions to the Lexington Colony., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-06


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LEXINGTON TRAINERS BUSY ADVENT OF SPRING BRINGS ACTIVITY TO KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION COURSE Ocean Bound Regarded as BestAppearing Racer in Training in Blue Grass Region Addi ¬ tions to the Lexington Colony Lexington Ky March 5 This locality lias Inul a week of delightful weather and springtime activi ¬ ties have begun at the local race track JUKI on the breeding farms From daylight until noon the track Is nowadays alive with horses for there arc nearly WX In training here hereIt It Is a lilt early to venture any prognostications as to what may or may not be expected of the horses in training here but It Is worth while to know that Woodford Clays Ocean Round the three yearold brown daughter of Star Shoot and Flying Ship is tie bestappearing and most talkedabont racer at the course As will be remembered this lilly won four of her six starts and 12545 In slakes and purses last year She begun by running fourth to Angcrona Calypte and Greenvale In the Fashion Stakes at Beluiont Park Then she won the Cri ¬ terion Stakes turning the tables on the three that had previously lieafen her At Gravesend she again defeated Greenvale and Calypte in the Astoria Stakes At Shcepshcad Ray she took the Vernal Stakes and at Saratoga the Spinaway Stakes Her next and last start was in the Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga August 14 In this race she developed a lameness in her left fore ankle that Caused her to run out on the turn and to finish last She was font shortly afterward to the farm iiear Paris and turned out until about sixty days ago She wintered splendidly and lias not taken a lame step since she has been taken no Trainer Rrooks says there is no doubt that she will stand training again this year aud he expects her to give a good account of iHTrrtf in the fulfillment of her eastern engage ¬ ments Woodford Clay has not seen any of his horses lately having spent the winter in the south and a pleasant surprise in the matter of their ap pearance is in store for him on his return There are fifteen head in the string and they are all in good health and condition The smartestappearing twoyearolds of the collection are the sisters to Klllltling Wnter and Ocean Bound The sister to Illuming Water is the largest twoyearold of either sex on the grounds She is a chestnut in color and stands right at sixteen hands John K Maddcn Ixiught her this afternoon for the reported price of 2tKH 2tKHJockey Jockey Heine ICailtke the diminutive brother of Herman Itadtkc lias reported from his home in Chicago to his contract employer John O Keene mid Is exercising the horses in the string of seven ¬ teen that are to be raced in the name and colors of President Johnson N Camden of the Kentucky Asso ¬ ciation this season Heine is approaching sixteen years of age and weighs a 1 Hint seventyfive pounds He rode his first winner at Salt Lake City last summer Trainer Keene who developed his brother Herman says Heine is much more promising than was Herman at the same age ageThe The good little racer Roggs has recovered from a bad case of throat trouble and will be able to race this year but much later than trainer Keene ex ¬ pected Roggs is about 150 pounds lighter than he was when lie landed here from San Francisco a month ago and it lias been necessary to declare him out of the Rrooklyn and Suburban Handicaps Roola Roola the Kentucky Derby candidate In this string is doing nicely and will be ready to make his initial appearance this year in the Camden Handicap here tin first week in May Trainer Keene however has expressed the opinion that this son of Ren Brush and The Mecca for which Mr Camden last year refused 4004 will IK at his best at four and five years of age He Is not expecting a great deal of him tliis year The Camden twoyearolds have been named as follows followsDeadwood Deadwood ch g by Resolute II Sister Juliet JulietSt St Heller ch g by St Simonian II Jane Eyre EyreKootenay Kootenay ch g by Ren Strome My Reality RealityTahoe Tahoe b g bv Mazagan Raby Lamb Cisko b K by Holstciii Yachting Girl GirlGertrude Gertrude G b f by Mazagan Renita Rrush RrushPhoebe Phoebe ch f by Mazagan Amy T TMora Mora da b f by Mazagan Rellegiirde II IIMiss Miss Greenwood ch f by Mazagan Mary Green GreenOcalee Ocalee ch f by St Simonian II Nuns Cloth ClothMr Mr Camden has just issued a catalogue of the Hartland Stud thoroughbreds It contains the pedi ¬ grees and histories of the stallions St Simonian II Mazagan 7ind Peter Quince and fortysix royallybred mares the majority of them imported importedGeorge George Innls and Grover Hushes came to the track Thursday with their stables The former has the threeyearold Henry Hutchison and six two yearolds and the latter has the threeyearold Rillie and five twoyearolds These horses have all been running out since last fall The twoyearolds in the Innis string are areChestnut Chestnut colt by Farandole Custanee CustaneeBrown Brown colt bv Farantfole LadyGalopiu LadyGalopiuBlack Black lilly by Orison Orchid OrchidRar Rar colt by Planudcs Alice Ityan ItyanBay Bay colt by Peep oDay May Ree ReeGraves Graves ch c by Rox Flowerdale FlowerdaleThe The youngsters in Grover Hughes string are as follows Mr Dock ch e by Handspring Rachel Allison Allisonliar liar colt by Gallantry Susie Rush RushChestnut Chestnut lillv by Nasturtium Devotee DevoteeRay Ray fillv b Requital Naught NaughtBrown Brown lilly by Yorkshire Lad Rad Luck LuckJcrrv Jcrrv Tavlor and bis brother Tommy the jockey have ii string of ten goodlooking maiden two and andreeyearolds reeyearolds as follows Aeon ch g by Previous Sis oLee oLeeFrances Frances Ratten b f 3 by Ratten Frances Keed KeedSidnev Sidnev halfbrother to Irfatieh b g by Previ ¬ ous La Cheviot CheviotSingle Single Rov b c 3 by Singleton Fair Day DayWooldaga Wooldaga b c 2 by W olsthorpo Mago MagoSidnev Sidnev It 1 c 2 by Cesarion Calamity Jane JaneMcsnieric Mcsnieric ch c 2 by Mesmerist Miss Imgford ImgfordMiss Miss Doolin ch f 2 by The Arrowed Lady LadyKNew KNew London b 2 by Singleton La Harpe HarpeLucv Lucv Milan ch f 2 by Stalwart Lsobel LsobelTonimy Tonimy Taylor is filling the duties of head lad at HIP stalile and will try to get d wn to weight to ride again this year He now weighs 12O pounds poundsT T D Otfiitt the Georgetown trainer is here tvltii string of five comprising Frosty Lancaster nnd Plunlewlnks and the following twoyearolds twoyearoldsDawn Dawn oDny b c by Peep oDay Relle Nutter Nutterflicker flicker ch c bv Rox Goo Goo GooMarian Marian S ch f by Heywood Rnltimore Relle RelleAlgernon Algernon Dalngerlield assistant secretary of the Twkcv Club after having spent a week with his irents Major and Mrs Foxhall A Dalngerlield at Custlctoii left here today for New York

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