Whitney Horses Training Well, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-29


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t WHITNEY HORSES TRAINING WELL. .lo.vner has i„.,.ti Blipniag some g 1 gallopa heM the Aineri.an- under his charge at Balaton Lodg« .in.l special note may be made ,,| Whisk Broom, which has wintered exceptionally well, ami when nexr seen will no doubt be admitted ■ of the handsomest and most powerful thoroughbreds n training. His objective is probably the Kemploa Park Jubilee, and he has only to continue as w I. as at present to make a bi -how In that race. ,os. slbly even go on,- better than last year. when, on del the steadier of 123 pounds, be finished second to Bachelors Hope i1«m poamda. His weight is up four pound.- by comparison, bringing him within ■ Of Long Set. and he iia- been uoin- great irutl- wiih Borrow. The three-year-olds. Mlramichl. Meet in House. Ilarmonieoii. Cabaret. Ply b. Night, Sly Boots, and Pandean, are alsc progressing all th" riuht way. and will be uuliuky If they do n..t among them win some goad racea.— -London Sikkis man.

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