Training Operations At Lexington: Three Kentucky Derby Candidates Work Impressively at Kentucky Association Course., Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-27


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TRAINING OPERATIONS AT LEXINGTON Three Kentucky Derby Candidates Work Impres ¬ sively at Kentucky Association Course LEXIXGTOX Ky Marcli 20 Three candidates for the Kentucky Derby and the Blue Grass Stakes worked impressively at the Kentucky Association course this morning J C Milams Frogtown in company with B B Johnson and Kate Adams both fouryearolds worked a half in 50 suf ¬ ficiently under restraint to leave the impression that they ould have covered the distanceIn 48 Serbian and Regalo from the stable of Gallaher Brothers worked fiveeighths ill 105 with speed in reserve Regalo also is eligible for the Ashland Oaks and the Kentucky Oaks The fouryearold Tanlac from Milams stable worked a half in 51 while Mr Kruter from the Gallaher barn galloped the same distance in 55 Sewell Combs and Bour ¬ bon Lad of the Gallalier string worked fiveeighths in 105 105Three Three twoyearolds being trained for Dan W Scott by Will Perkins gave the work watchers something to talk about The chestnut filly by Master Robert Rich Degree candidate for the Hinata Stakes ran threeeighths in 30 and the brother to St Bernard by 1an the Terrible dam Beatrice K and the son of Jim Gaffney and Flying Frances both eligible for the Idle Hour Stakes worked a half together in 51 51John John Hogan did not tarry long in Lexington with the W F Poison horses He shipped out last night for Douglas Park Louisville taking the eight lie brought from Xew Orleans and ten Walter Grater was training for him here Walter Grater has a fast running colt in his stable by Astronomer Sutte He is owned by Captain E C Walker of Frankfort Ilis name is Irgo and he is eligible for the Idle Hour Stakes He did threeeighths yesterday in 30 30John John S Ward who was here last night on busi ¬ ness said Bulse and Midway which were traUi 4 for him at Hot Springs had reached Louisville In excellent condition Midway having worked a mile in 14273 for William Martin before leaving the Springs Ward said lie stopped at John H Morris farm yesterday and saw Escoba which be is soon to have in training again He is jogging to a cart and going soundly soundlyA A telephone message from Cincinnati today is to the effect that Thomas Hart Talbot of Paris former member of the Kentucky State Racing Com ¬ mission is recovering at Christ Hospital following an operation for bladder trouble troubleHoward Howard Oots had the misfortune to lose a suck ¬ ling bay filly by Short Grass Margaret T James P Ross Belmere slipped her foal by Ballot

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