Speeding Up At Louisville.: Both Tracks Now in Fine Condition and Trainers Send Horses Along., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-18


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SPEEDING UP AT LOUISVILLE Both Tracks Now in Fine Condition and Trainers Send Horses Along Louisville Ky April 17 The tracks were in fine condition at Churchill Downs and Douglas Park to ¬ day and many horses displayed racing speed in their trials The Derby candidates worked included Prince Hermis Sam Ilirsch and Floral Park Haw ¬ thorn the favorite for the race was cantered a slow mile and a quarter Trainer W S Trevey left tonight for Lexington to arrange for stable room for the great gelding which will lie shipped there the week after next to run In the Blue Grass Stakes on May 3 That owner C F Buschmeyer and trainer Trevey are not alarmed by the sensatioual work of Foundation and the other Lexington candi ¬ dates for the Derby is proven by tin fact that they will take the son of Hastings to Lexington to meet Foundation and Helios on their own training ground groundPrince Prince Ilermis in company witli Sam Ilirsch worked threequarters in 11J going the first quarter in 25S threeeighths in 30 the half in 40 and liveeighths iu 102 Floral Park went a mile in 144 going the first half in 4 fiveeighths in 102 threequarters in 117 If and seveneighths iu 131 His Majesty G W Langdons Derby eligible was cantered around the track at a twominute clip SundayThe He will be set down on Saturday or Sunday The most sensational work by a twoyearold was by Harry L the halfbrother to Uudolfo in Georgo J Longs stable He went a half in MS going the first eighth in 12 the quarter in 24 and three eighths in oC Other workouts included includedAbednego Abednego Half mile iu HI HIAnion Anion canteringPirdman Quarter ilille in 28 cantering Pirdman Half mile in 40 40Casey Casey Jones Fiveeighths in 102 First half in 50 Dr Jackson Fiveoighlhs in l03 First half In 4 4Gypsy Gypsy Love Half mile in 49 49Helen Helen Barbee Fiveeighths in 107 First half in 52 Was being pulled up all the way Henry wayHenry Hitte Fiveeighths in 103 103Heustiis Heustiis Half mile in 51 51Hoitense Hoitense Half mile in r0 r0J J IS MaylowHalf mile in 40 40J J canteringLittle I Wakelield Quarter mile in 20 cantering Little Jane Fiveeighths in 103 First half in 50 v Little Nephew Half mile in 51 51Madelle Madelle a Kentucky Oaks candidate Threequar ¬ ters in 115 First half in 4 Malay Half mile in r0 r0Melton Melton canteringMeshach Street Threequnrters in 125 cantering Meshach Half mile in 54 54Nobby Nobby Threeeighths in 37 37Old Old Rosebud Half mile in 52 Vf breezing breezingOsaplc Osaplc Threeeighths in 37 37KIo canteringUoawol KIo Brazos Quarter mile In 27 cantering Uoawol Half mile in 50 50Rodono Rodono Half mile in 51 First threeeighths in Semprite a Kentucky Oaks candidate Threequar ¬ ters in 115 First half in 41 Verena 41Verena Fiveeighths in 103 First half in 50 50Harry Harry L George J Longs crack twoyearold an eligible to the Idle Hour Stakes at Lexington ami other juvenile events this spring on the Kentucky tracks is out of the good race mare Watoma ths lirst winner of the Ciucinnati Trophy Stakes Watoma is by Sablnt Julia McGee bv Springbok and comes from the family of Bramble Dick Wells and Ort Wells This mares winning foals are Kellup and Uudolfo the latter having been the win ¬ ner of the Latonla Autumn Cup last season Harry L showed promisingly as a yearling for trainer Coyne last fall and having done all that has been askeil of him this spring he is rated by horsemen as among the most promising youngsters iutraiulng here

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