Tightening Up At Lexington.: Number of Good Work-Outs Reported Yesterday--News from Breeding Farms., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-15


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TIGHTENING UP AT LEXINGTON. Number of Good Work-Outs Reported Yesterday — News from Breeding Farms, Lexington. Ky.. April 11. — Two weeka in ad-vance of the opening of the Kentucky Assoeia-tions annual spring meeting, the track is in good condition and today there were a number of interesting work-outs. The favorite distance was three-quarters, and the time made ranged from 1:1s-.-, by Arthur B. H:ineock"s Embroidery, candidate for the Camden Handicap, in the afternoon, to 1:21 by R. L. Bakers Constant, during the morning, when the track was at its worst. H. II. Hewitts Skcptie, candidate for the Ben Ali Handieap and Kentucky Derby, worked a mile in 1:" 9. During the morning John O. Whitlows Westy Hogan. candidate f,r the Kentucky Derby, went throe-quarters under restraint in 1:24: J. N. Camdens Satin and Sard, three -quarters with J. C. Milams Norumhega in 1:21; they are candidates for ihe Ashland Oaks. Hermoine, also owned by Senator Camden, anil eligible to the Ashland Oaks, went three-quarters in 1:19%. H. II. Hewitts Ashland Oaks candidates. Star Maid and Avis, worked three -quarters in 1:23: J. C. Milams Captain Rees. a candidate for the Camden Handicap, and 1. E. Clarks Battle, worked throe-ouarters in 1:20: Chalmers. Joe Hawkins candidate for the Ben Ali Handieap. went a half mile in 54: Meiiaffey and Bourbon Bad. the latter a candidate for the Idle Hour Stakes, from the Gallaher stable, went a half in 82%. C. R. Anderson came from Louisville with Mars Cassidy and Bars and Stars. Anderson is in the market lor more horses. C. Buxton got in from Tijuana with Sisin Ol i Broom and Manganese. In tin- same car were Conning Tower and Biddy, owned by Mrs. J. Shilling and trained by John Powers. Tom Hodge brought Exeeator, Kedland and Bam Beckham from Tijuana. Royal II. to Race at Lexington. Mose Gohlhlatt lias s to Louisville to ship here Boyal 11.. Bullion and two two-year-olds. the property of Jefferson Livingston. These horses were wintered at Charleston in Taubis di ision of ttie stable. Jockeys are in request for eastern owners. H. Neusteter has been asked to name a price for his umtiaet on Lykes. E. W. M ore said today he will retain first call on jockey Crump. Negotiations with JefTei-son Livingston, who wants second call, are in progress. Ed Howard is to be turned out and later fired. Shepherd King, the halt -brother to Luke Mel.uke. Loin: Tongue and South Fork, have been shipped to Kingston Farm to l e tuned ont. Trainer John Whalen has decided they will not stand training. R. T. Wilsons Yellow Sea has a bay colt by Ko-sendale at Kirklevington. O. A. Bianchis Viola B. lias an own sister to Emerson Coehran. by Jim Gaffney. at Military Stoek Farm. Ten mares belonging to W. W. Harden and May Overton have arrived from Nashville to be bred to Ivan the Terrible at Beaumont Farm. With them came eight belonging to E. S. Gardner, of Avon-iaie. Tenn. Ethel Mason, half Bister to MeChesaey, has a bay filly by Great Britain at O. 1 . Randolphs place. W. E. Randolphs suckling eatt by Sweep Hanover died this week. T. C. McPsw ills K inns Daughter anil Elen a-Dale have chestnut eetts by The Manager

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