Horses Work Fast At Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-20


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HORSES WORK FAST AT LEXINGTON LEXINGTON Tvy1 April1 10 Gallalier Brothers Regalo candidate for the Ashland Oaks tho Blue Grass Stakes and the Kentucky Derby this morn ¬ ing did the most impressive work that has been observed here this spring when she galloped well within herself threequarters in 113 the first half of whic i was accomplished in 4S 4SJockey Jockey Frank MUrphy when he dismounted from the daughter of Sweep and Lady Strathinore re ¬ marked that she had something in reserve llegalos stablemato Serbian also eligible for the Blue Grass Stakes and Kentucky Derby accompanied by Sewell Combs worked threequarters in 117 The II H Hewitt Derby pair Ginger and Sam Ueh worked th6 nlle Ginger iii 142 and Sam Reh in 14416 accompanied by Jap JapJ J C M Hams Frogtown preparing for the Blue Grass Stakes and Kentucky Derby worked a mile in 142 142Tho Tho Nevadabred twoyearold Westwpod by Honeywood Roselawn sold at Hot Springs by George Wingfleld to Harry Perkins for 12000 galloped a quarter in 23 so easily as to occasion much comment among the local trainers and1 after he3iad lqnoit n groom from R L Bresslers stable commented We have got a Honeywood filly in our outfit that can rim away and hide from that colt Her name is Inawood dim Ina L and she is going to gather in the Hinata Stakes next Saturday Big SaturdayBig Smoke worked threequarters in 117 while Nobleman and Manok worked in 117 American Eagle worked in 115 and Loyalist also from the McDowell stable worked a mile in 143 Jack Baker sent Ernest B and Fair Orient a mile in 144 Two stablirs from Hot Springs and three from Louisville arrived today From Hot Springs Early Wright brought five the property of the Nevada Stock Farm namely Menlo Park Skyc Ball Tobmboolfi Benecia and Fort Churchill and in the same car C E Mickleyaitc shipned four the property of W F McGee they being Zuleika Mad ¬ ras Gjiighiipi FoUi and the twoyearold sister to OnnboyneFrom Onnboyne From Louisville O A Bianchi brought Sennings Park J Lynch Redlaml Lady Kathcru Ixidy Rachel and Viola Gaffney GaffneyJohn John Paul brought the Oaks candidate Nun Wil ¬ liam S Culbertson Truant and High Voltage VoltageGeorge George Land brought Pastoureaii Sans Peur II Drumfire Brunette II and SazaNamy

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