John Furlong Has Lexington Guessing., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-26


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I JOHN FURLONG HAS LEXINGTON GUESSING. Lexington. Ky.. April 2." . Trainer Walter Crater took the Kentucky Derby candidate. John l-iiiiong. to the trotting track Sunday morning and worked him a mile. Craters intentions were 10 work the horse secretly anil no em- would probably have had knowledge of the move at all had not "Soup" lei-kins. the former jockey, seen the horse going across town and followed him. Lveryone is guessing today how fast the Wadsworth gelding worked. lerkins claims to have timed him a mile in 1:40. drater has said only that "the work was satisfactory to ate.** A couple of drivers at the track are rc|x rted to have timed the horse in 1:491 and 1:41 rcspec-tivtly. The general belief appears to he lliat he worked in better than 1:42. Grater said today that he does not rare to penalize the gelding for the Kentucky Derby and he may act start hini iu the Camden Handicap hero a week from tomorrow. Boola Boola worked satisfactorily at the Kentucky Association track this morning and trainer Kecne says he will go to the post in the Camden Handicap ami Kentucky Derby. He ran the first half iu .",0. tin- mile in 1:431 and pulled up a mile and an eighth in 2:00. T. Bice will probably have the mount. Colinef. 1-;. B. Bradleys Camden Handicap and Kentucky Derby candidate, worked a mile in 1:404 this afternoon, the first half in 4S-. with jot-key Scovrlle up. Other impressive moves wen-: Deaaaej Half in 36. ■tabby Bayer— Half in 51. Ocean Bound — Five-eighths ill 1 :0T. Flhn a-Ilah — Five eighths 111 1:07. The string- of J. T. Williams. B. Kcrnell and N. B. Havis arrived from Louisville today. Secretary Shelley was advi-ed that about sixty-horses belonging to George J. Long. William Ccrst. Miller Henderson. .1. B. icaaeaa, VY. H. Flan, Fred I.uzader. Carritv and Dunlap. W. Berkins. John Mark lein. W. J. Young. C. C. Yan Meter. C. L. Harrison. T. Hattiebi. Edward "lrigaii. Gearge Beif. W. B. Apple»at,.. Barmy Schreilier and C. B. Wilson will come here by- special train from Louisville Wednesday. In the Breeders Fulurity. which will be the feature ot the opening next Saturday. T. C. McHowell said today that lie intends to start lioth lima and Bre-rafer. T. Kaeraer will ride om- of them. Cliff Hamilton said this afternoon that Bobbv Bover will be tin to carry the K. K. Bradley colors. Walter Grater will saddle two. Ceorge B. Otts Colden Fgg. with S. Bage up. and John Welchs Beborta T. "apt. Jim Williams says that Governor Cray, the half brother to Waldo, will be ., certain starter and that .j,x-key Troxler. who arrived today, will have the mount. It la raining again tonight. Yesterday - arotk was over a track that was drj iug out. The fastest mile was thai of the re-juv natcd Kentiieky Beau, iu 1:4"*. Jack Baker -cut the Keiituck Derby camlhlate. Jim- Morris, a mile in 1:46. lb- ran the tist quarter in ITi*. tin- half in •"■"■ and three aaarte ra iu 1 :2!i-. Kvervthing eon sid, red. it wa- a -ati-factory move. June Collins -ent Ktbri 1». a ■!*• in 1:36. the lirst half in SI. Sic- did it without apparent effort. This is a gixwl tilly ami will be with remembering for the Camden Handicap and other engagement-. J. O. Kecne had out Bixila Boola. Miami ami Zahra. The first -named two galloped a bait mile iu .",2 and Zahra the same di-tanee in*. Crystal Maid and Alice Baird went three quarters in 1:22 easilv. The best work by a two year-old wa- I.leanor Striblings half mile in SO. This is W. Showalters Breeders Futuritv candidate. Colden Rgg ami Nell Wilder worked :, half together in SO*. I-!. B. Bradleys string of eleven, in charge of Cliff ! [amnion, came in from Idle Hour I 1111, - The. include Coiinef. a Caimh-n Handicap and Kentucky llerhv candidate: Broken Ties, an 1111-laincd three. year old. brolhir to Memories, and tiie following two-yeur-olUs: Bobby Barer, Butter Ball, Brass Button. Bad News IL. Bell Horse. Deep Sand. B.o Beep .- ml Laarea. Bell Harae is a brathur to Ieiin.. for whii-li Mr. B.radley gave .?.",. loo last fall. Deep Sand is by Bock Sand, out of the lain of Bhil Finch. Brass Button is a son of Adam and Tar-lieia II. Bobby Bover is a swift son of Orlando. These horses are bxiking well and will be seen in the easi after their Kentucky engagements.

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