Stanley Fay Again In Training.: William Walkers String in Fine Condition--Other Training News from Toronto., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-03


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STANLEY FAY AGAIN IN TRAINING William Walkers String in Fine Condition Other Training News from Toronto Toronto Out April 2 Tho horses of William Walker wintered exceptionally well at their quarters on Reach avenue but will not engage In active racing until the opening of the Woodbine spring meeting Seven head make up the lot three of which are twoyearolds Of the latter trio two are Provinecbreds of Mr Walkers own breeding It is regivtablc that his first nomination to lie Kings Plate llertha Walker named after his wife will be among the missing on May 24 The filly has gone wrong in her underpinning and has been mated with Stanley Fay This daughter of Ildrim Golden Glitter II was a product of Mrs Liv ¬ ingstons Pontiac Farm at Cobourg ood old Stanley Fay now eight years old will be stiven another opportunity thls year to add addi ¬ tional laurels to Ills already brilliant career He went wrong In his early preparation at Baltimore last spring and was retired for the season without faeimr the starter He is going along soundly again and his owner entertains hojies that ho will stand training this year Stanley Fay has been used to some extent for bredlng Imrposes this spring and is looking as lit as a fiddle He lias already won for Mr Walker 30830 and is tho best horse that turfman ever owned He refused to part with the Canopus Mamie B horse when a five yearold for 10500 Stanley Fay is naturally tho pride of the stable It is expected that Colston will prove a valuable acquisition to the stable this year in events over a considerable distance of ground He raced credit ¬ ably at Woodbine last fall His best effort was in the Ontario Jockey Club Cup at two and a ijuarter miles In which he finished second to Sotenua de ¬ feating Star Charter handily His preparation for tins race was a hurried one and he was not In condition for such a gruelling race at the distance Tho son of Filigrane Commena Is now looking es ¬ pecially well wellThe The Carman castoff Dynamite which Mr Walker secured from Adair ifc Baker at Jamestown last fall has recovered from his lameness and may show improved form in the hands of this skilled trainer lie is now a fouryearold and is doing well wellAnother Another hew one in the Walker string is Mimesis br f 3 by Ogden Mimosa a highlybred filly She won at the Laurel fall meeting in charge of trainer Karrick after which she became the property of her present owner Tills filly was fired before going Into winter quarters and gives promise of becoming a useful threeyearold threeyearoldThe The remainder of the string are twoyearolds is follows followsBoozer Boozer br c by Earl Rogers Virginal VirginalKthcl Kthcl G br f by Karl Rogers Kyle KyleLaura Laura br f by Woolsthorpe Incendiary IncendiaryBoozer Boozer and Ethel I were bred at the Walker stable and are candidates for the Coronation Stakes Laura an exceedingly linelooking filly was pur ¬ chased last fall in Kentucky All three worktd quarters in 25 seconds or itetter last fall fallKyle Kyle is due to foal to Stanley Fay at an early date and will not be raced this year As soon as track ionditions are favorable the string will com ¬ mence training at tho Woodbine WoodbineTrainer Trainer Thomas Moagher who handles a public stable has live heart in charge and all of the number are doing well They include C J Keans llav rock J Morgans Lady Oriniar J McBiirneys Live Wire J Meaghers Moonraker and Fleece his own property Ilavrock shows no ill effects of a change in his ln arding house and is looking well The Seagram castoff was goinft great guns Hear ¬ ing the close of last season and may be depended upon to again give a good account of himself this vear The same applies lo Live Wire formerly in the stable of Ed Trotter and a horso at home when racing in mud Lady Ortniar went wrong last fall after an extensive campaign during the summer hot the long winter rest has worked wonders Barring a slight Imiii the result of an accident to one of her forelegs this week she is going along soundly again Moonraker will once more be trained this season in anticipation of his showing good form formlaick laick of condition will not IK the excuse if Charles Phairs Kings Plate candidate Holly Brook does not give a good account of herself in the race for the guineas in May Mr Phalr had been giving his filly long slow gallops through the mud at Woodbine for several days previous to the recent snow fall She ran in the adverse conditions with ease and is looking exceptionally well Her perform ¬ ances as a twoyearold give her some chance for at least part of the Kings Plate stakes Mr Phair has also in training the twoyearold Tom Flanagan a brown gelding by Pcrshore or Havoc Veracious He is a candidate for tins Breeders Stakes of 114 also the Coronation Stakes of this spring The youngster was bred at the Waterloo stud of Joseph E Seagram but his capabilities as yet are unknown unknownA A fine new stable of twentyeight stalls has been completed at Wot dbiue Park it is located on the southwest side of the track Tliu track is now in I Kid condition and will require at least ten days of favorable weather to round it into condition for training purposes purposesWord Word has been received from J S Flynji at Prescott that his threeyearold Auster is high in tlesh and it is doubtful if she can be fitted in time for the Kings Plate PlateJ J Collins has turned his Kings Plater Miss Harvey ch f a by Martimas Sampan over to trahver Wiry Hagan to be prepared for the big race She is now at the Woodbine WoodbineJames James Thompson of Hamilton owner of Cohort is interested in the twoyearolds which William Fitch recently purchased from J E Madden at Leixngton Ky In all probability they will be campaigned in the Thompson colors colorsCharles Charles Crews yearling filly by Martimas Cannie Maid lias lieeivon the ailing list with distemper but is now recovering recoveringSteeplechase Steeplechase jockey Herb McAfee has gone to Benning Washington to condition himself for riding this season He will ride as a free lauce

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