Slow Track At Woodbine: Heavy Rain and Cold Weather Impede Trainers Operations--Latest Work-outs., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-14


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SLOW TRACK AT WOODBINE Heavy Rain and Cold Weather Impede Train ¬ ing Operations Latest Workouts TORONTO Out May 13 Due to last nights heavy rain the track at Woodbine Park today was fully two seconds slow The weather was cold and threatening Taking these conditions into con ¬ sideration the work of Resarf the Dyinent Plater one and a quarters mile in 215 was a good per ¬ formance Resarf worked with Woodbine the half in HO seconds and the mile in 140 140Herendesy Herendesy showed that he was all right again by oing a half mile with Hornet in T 3 The Kings Plater was in fine fettle fettleGreybourne Greybourne galloped a slow mile in 150 and Canadian worked the same distance in 155 The Seagram Platers started from the barrier Crown of Gold and War Tank working threequarters in 118 and GallonBerry the same distance in 119 119The The English horses in the Seagram stable worked n two sets the first a mile in 147 and the jther threequarters in 121 The twoyearolds vere sent to the barrier and got away well running l half mile in 51 51The The Livingston Platers were also schooled at the jarrier Fleet and Ragged Robin worked a half n 51 and Flagging Spirits and Moll Cutpurse l half mile in 51 51Ajom Ajom the crack threeyearold in the Ross stable ralloped a mile in 140 Myrtle Crown beat Del Inlim off in a mile in 148 Dellahm bolted to the outside fence after going threequarters threequartersBesthoff Besthoff worked a mile in 140 and Hindoostan tiul Madge F the same sameOther Other workouts Thursday were as follows Kel tie threequarters in 118 Dora threequarters in 118 Melodrama threequarters in 122 Sir William and Bucklaide threequarters in 121 Mad May threeeighths in 38 Irish Jig half mile in 52 Hearts of Rock half mile in 02 Sudor threequarters in 120 and Voltage half mile in 52 52The The report from Windsor that George M Hendrie a to succeed Sir Montagae Allan ras president ol the Canadian Racing Associations is confirmed here ifficially Mr Hendries election will take place with the meeting of the Canadian Racing Associa ¬ tions here next Wednesday WednesdayGormans Gormans Blarney Boy galloped a mile in 149 and will not be n starter in the Plate PlateHerenilcsy Herenilcsy the Dyment Plater lias almost wholly recovered frcm his coughing spell and was on the track today looking well and full of life He is the stables chief reliance for the big race raceR R Newells Greybourne worked a mile in 140 ate yesterday afternoon running the last eighth n better than twelve seconds secondsThe The Giddings twoyearolds Lady Heart and Royal Gift the former a sister to Royal Visitor worked fiom the barrier at a racing clip and ran threeeighths in 35 going to the half in 49 pulled up It was a good move moveOther Other workouts Thursday were as follows Keltic halfmile in 52 Josie Gorman fiveeighths in 105 Baladiu threequarters in 118 Skirts half mile in 52 Thornway and French Miss three eighths in 39 Aunt Lin mile in 149 War Club threequarters in 118 Rex Gaiety threequarters n 119 Dellaam threeeighths in 39 Lady Lux ¬ ury threequarters in 118 Mallowmot five eighths in 104 Incog and Broadview three quarters in 118 Kellys Queen threeeighths in 38 Loch Leven fiveeighths in 105

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