Yearlings Work Well at Louisville, Daily Racing Form, 1910-09-01


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YEARLINGS WORK WELL AT LOUISVILLE. Louisville, Kjr., August SI. — Smart work marked pome of the Juvenile trials at Churchill Downs today. George .1. Long. tac LoahrvUbB member of the Kentucky State Racing Commission, was out to consult trainer Coyne as to entries for the Lexington and Louisville stakes. Which dose today, and Incidentally to see the trials of several of his yearlings thai trainer Coyne is handling. The hay colt by Sir Haon — Binds, and a half-brother to Sir Clams, worked h quarter in 29, while the hay salt by Batts— Watoma and the brown colt by Alvencot —Madeline went a quarter that was limed by Mr. Long ami trainer Coyne in 24. and which was caught by some of the trainers as fast as 23ft. Shelby West did some smart work with a trio of J. H. Newman s two-year-olds. Spalding, a Ken-lucky Derby candidate of 1911, worked a. gas iter in 24 pulled up. and impressed horsemen greatly, owing to the fact that he resembles no little his grandsire. the mighty Hanover. Trainer West also worked tic chestnut filly by Fiddio — Miss Jackson and a brown lilly by The Elector. The first named went three-eighths in 36|, the lirst quarter in 2.1«i. while the latter worked thr eighths in :.7. Both an- entered for the Golden Kod Stakes here this fall. Kd McCloskey arrived today witli his Bcottsborg winner. Sandy Hill, but he is here only temporarily, as he goes next week to Maytiebl. Ky.. where they haag HP a .*4 ni purse as tin- chief attraction. Willie Braaaoa, who rode the son of Bate at Scottsburg, will go over to Mavtiehl to ride the horse for Mr. McCloakey. Sandy Hill will be returned her.- to run at the stale fair races as well as at the coming meeting at Churchill Downs. lie is credited with be big an Improved borne. Hay held is planning to have suite a pretentious lot of racing next week. Several of the trotting events having faded to fill, running races will take their place. It is figured that during the week ten or more races will be run. They are also preparing to introduce the pari-uiutucl form of betting. The entries which Closed here today for the ten Stakes to be run at the fall Sleeting will easily tidal over 300, an average of from thirty to thirty-live per race. ITa to this morning 2.10 nominations had been received by Secretary Davis and the mails will continue to bring in other nominations until the end of the week.

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