Fast Work At Louisville Tracks., Daily Racing Form, 1917-05-18


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FAST WORK AT LOUISVILLE TRACKS. Louisville. Ky.. May 17. — Work at Douglas Park yesterday was of a high order and in several cases exceptionally fast time was recorded. B. J. Bran-nons Bell Boy showed dazzling speed in his work, going a mile in 1:41%, the fractional time being 23%. 48=4;, 1:14. Another fast mile was that run by Dr. Samuel, the Baker gelding working the distance in 1:42. Emerson Cochran went the same distance in 1:43, and the Livingston filly. Diamond, circled the course in l:43?r.. Dr. Tuck sprinted five-eighths in -:027f,, while Jane Francis and Ochenta went the distance in 1:03%. Other good work included Robert Rodes, five-eighths in 1:04; America, half mile In 48; Cap, three-eighths in 37; Capital Day, three-eighths in 37%; Frank Wilson, three-eighths in 30; Latonia. half mile in 48; lif Jr., three-quarters in 1.13% fustest of the day. Over at the Downs, Theo Cook went three-quarters in 1:15%; Sun Bonnet, mile in 1:41%; Square Dealer, five-eighths in 1:03%; Margaret E.. mile in 1:44%; Embroidery, mile in 1:43%; Bourbon Lass, three-quarters in 1:17%; Sixteen to One, five-eighths in 1:04%; Pilsen. three-quarters in 1:16%, and Felicitor. five-eighths in 1:04%.

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