Surf Rider in Good Work: Gallops Well at Douglas Park with Noted Pacemakers, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-23


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SURF RIDER IN GOOD WORK1 « Gallops Well at Douglas Park M with Noted Pacemakers. . , — * — Deadlock Also Works Well — Fourteen Whitney Youngsters at Churchill Downs. i — » . i t»l is ii.i.i; ivy.. March 22. -Barf Rider, be which Kay Spcuce paid S2..0OO several days ago. anro evidence today thai he ia about as well advanced in his training as :inv of tin- candidate- for tin- S..O.OOO added Kentucky Derby, when lie worked seven-eighths of I mile in 1:31:, over the Douglu-J;irk trick. With Miss Joy and Fair Phantom ns fMtMhWj tin- Superman gelding accomplished liis task with little effort. The first lialf mile was covered in :~ 1. and the throe -quarters in 1:17.-.. Incidentally the two Montfort -ones fillies demonstrated that their winters rest has benefited them considerably, as they fractal an exceptionally good appearance and seemed anxious to run. Deadlock, which P.ob Shannon acquired from John ¥.. Madden, was the only other Derby eligible to be went along at other than an easy gallop. He turned in a three-quarters work in 1:23 at Churchill Downs, lje was under restraint and ran wide all the way. Douglas Park proved its superiority over the Downs as | training track tin- morning. The Beech-lnont track showed little or no effects of the recent rain and snow, other than il was a bit dull, while the Downs course was frozen hard in the early hours and kMMM NBD when it thawed out. Weatbw •t.iMiil ioni« =1iotw«I n" improvement in this section today and the sunshine brought the thoroughbreds ,.ii| in large numbers at tioth traces. The stable of B. J. Brannon arrived from New Orlean- this morning. It numbered twelve head and its owner preceded it by one day. The filing irons wen- applied to the left front ankle of Rod Leaf, one of the Braaaoi racers, afier the etaaa of the Fair ".rounds meeting and she will be out of commission for some time. Jockey .1. D. Mooney. w no is under engagement to the .1. B. Smith stable, reported to trainer H. T. Criffln today. He made the journey from his home in New Orleans by motor. Consolation, a t wo-. ear--. Id which Keiser Bras obtained fr- m Montfort Jones in a trade for Madras Gingham, has been unsexed. REFUGEE II. RETURNED TO STUD. T. M. Murphy has retired Uefugee II. from racing and she has been maled with Coldcn Maxim. Last year BBC wa- Beat to the court of Hoots and Saddle, but proved barren .looker V. Hoganowski. wheat home is in this city, ariivcd this moining from Mobile. He will remain a week aid then depart for Bowie, where R. W.-irfi-id. !.i- employer, shipped his -table from lU- Alabama city. Fourteen hor am belonging to Harry Iay ne Whit ne.v. twelve of which an two-j ear-olds, are quar tered at Churchill Down- The or.!., older Btesabeni of th" outfit arc Baaas and Aloft. Tins divi ion of th- Whitney stable will bt trained by Meat OaMHatt and one of his employes is in charge of it now. awaiting his arrival fossa Havana. MM Wkiakara, a twa-year-eM bay rait, by Mas ICC Bliai 1 1 f I— BH owned by tin- Waldeck Stable. su ■ tiuit.ed to tun laaraaia cat tact ed arkilc beta*, shipped rraat Sew Orleans. He won a IBCC at the Iaii Giwvads. The Waldeck batata are being trained by l . I; Lester, w lio i- as-ociatcd with ! C. Kruce Head in their ow no snip, while trainer Al Klrby is -ponding a few aaefci at Hot springs. Ark. Jockey F. Weiaer is here with tin- Waldeck looses Stockv.ell. which did not race last year beeaast of being lame, is in active training again in tin stable of J. S. Hawkins. He was j successful j racer as a three-year-old. SPORTING BLOOD IN TRAINING. S|iortiug Blood, winner of the L.itonia Championship Stakes last autumn, and which areal ami-s • following that rare, is training in good fashion, but trainer A. 1.. Cordon of the H. C. Fisher stable. said that he will not be ready for racing until the • i middle of .1 mi . He has been on the track every day foi several months. Jockey Lddio Martin has attached himself to the • C 0 Denny -table. Passepartout, a member of I this siting, which graduated from tlo- maiden rank-in a handicap at N-w Orleans, fell lame while ! galloping at the Downs, hut it *s not thought that t this ailment is of a -crious nature c. G. Van Meter has fearteea horses haaaaarJag ; t" I". J Kettey of Chicago undo; his care, including nine t wo v car-old-, some of arhleh were purchased • for large -um- at Saratoga last summer The youngsters are: Rear-taw. b. g. by Jack Atkiu — Dirty Face. Kdatetb. eh. . . by Pat tad Be First. Bastinado, b ■. bj Assagai Felucca ttraaalee, ch. c, by Orateadale Iraaaiat, Rpeeadcks. . g. by Baecp Mauaiel T. Silver Diana, rh. f bv Maintcuaut RBrer Streak. Tlppewa. eh. f. by Orsaeadalt Betea Pink. Pal Win. ch. f. In Brummel i.ilfoi. Ki-s A lice. ch. f. by Short Oraas Star Bert. Ill- olclei nenibers of the Kelley cousigniiii-nt are Uaasrwaj ami Maehoua. tear-year aids, and j Lady Mother. Cbattertaa and Jaiikn. ! hi-ee-yeui -oids.

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