Unfavorable at Louisville: Cold Weather and Rain Interfere with Training Freely, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-30


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UNFAVORABLE AT LOUISVILLE . Cold Weather and Rain Interfere with Training Freely. ■ » i j Deadlock Shows a Workout That Impresses Beholders — Colt J Chatterton Works Well. — - ; LorisviLLl. Ky March •_•* Running the finni eighth of ii mill workout in twelve neeeade, V«i :i slow Mack, BraiBei h. Robert II. Shannons K«a » Micky Derby eligible, turned in ii of tin- most impressive moves of the spring liainiug MM I" date Hi Churchill DmM this morning. His final time of 1:17 for the entire gallop Bra* nothing out I of Hw ordinary, Hit tin- manner in which he ac- eeagtlabed his task ;in eTharare thai hi is a i better iio! s - thaa ifaiiaBj given credit with being. . Jockey Martin rode aha Bad held la reetraial until ,. the first throe-iiuavteis was covered. Tlieu Slum lion waived to liim to 1 t liiin out a liit and lie ■surprised his owner, a* woll a- tlie large crowd of work-watciiprs. by running the last ejaarter la I 23. He was full of desire to fa at the wind up I and appeared glad of tlie opportunity to Bbaar , some of his real speed lor the first time. The j first quarter of the work was timed in 9S%, the f half -mile in 7 34;. and the three-quarters in 1:22. , While working. Deadlock had a close call frcin , either being injured i r injuring a two-year-old. ahllB was jogging along in front of him near the half-mile post. When Martin yelled to the boy on the youngster to get out of the way. the lad pulled dliectly in front of aha, but luckily the a veteran rider managed to guide his mount to one side and lie did not miss the other bene by six * ill he*. Deadlock was always a good margin from *■ the inner ra l. as that strip of footing was hejivy 1 Bad holding all the araj i rented, his, and lii- bring I abaoet thrown out of his striate t" avoid the eat- I lision. militacd against a faster mile. Shannon h" so eonfident that his colt wll render r an excellent account of himself in the llerby thai he Mag-rod tandOt agalaal fBkbPB on him. with Baal Ben, at bniagtee. CHATTERTON S MILE IN 1:47. Another pleaehaj work at the Deera* thh« awraiat was that Of Chatattaaa, which is scheduled to carry I tlio F. .1. Keller silk in the Dei by. Di company with Gangway lie ran a mile in 1:17 and the two , liorses raced head and head all tlie way. Aftei covering the first quarter in "4... the half mUe in 49 and the three-quarter- in 1:15, Chatterton era* taken up sharply and allowed to simply canter out the seven-eighths in 1 :89 and the mile in 1:17. Thai aane ahaarH to mac, better adraatage than in his picious work and he finished in an ] easier manner, a- he apparently wanted to run further. Trainer c. r. Van Meter said that he is a , certain Starter in the Be ray, barring accident-. over at Beagle* Part Baekaaiafaater, of the Mont-foi t .lones atahle, placed a mile workout in 1:47 to his credit Bad he galloped out another eighth in UtOI.-. . The track there was In a worse state than the Downs, due to a rain last night which seemed to apead its force on that particular section Capneft accompanied the .lone- colt for three-quarters of U mile atil. while lie ran with him. Rook mini-tor showed an inclination to extend himself a bit. but the moment tie p-n cm k.-r drapped haeh the Friar Hock colt immediately begaa to loaf lockey "Mickey" S obie wa- on him and he ran the first quarter of a mile in L4 :. . half mile in •* 0*f, and three -qaartera in lis. His aerfanaaace was incriloriou- lousidcring I lack conditions The -pringlike weather of the pa-t several dais eras supplanted than morning by cold, raw wlads. which made it uncomfortable for man and horse at the two tracks. The wind, however, served to dry out the track- to a great extent, but the wete fai from fa-t. A- u-ual. several liundred hor-e- were out for gallops. Cenornl manager Matt .1 Winn of the KUtucky •lockey Club came in from New York, where he ■pearf several weeks forcing with eastern own- crs and triimi- with aaraea entered in the Derby. He will remain until Friday, when ho will pro- I cecal lo I.alonia and LeXhBjrtaa to hxik over :i lew improvements being made at bath places. MORVICH SURE DERBY STARTER. "I h.nl a leaf talk with Hen P.lnck. owner of Moivieh." -aid C*aL Winn, "and he BBBBVed in thnt his great three-year aai is betas trained f -r i lie Kentucky Dcrb and that onlj an accident aril] prevent hi- aelag a starter in it. As evidence of In- lateatlea to lead the hor-e to Churchill Down- he reserved twelve boxes for Derby day through me. for him-elf and a party of his i business BBBBrtatei of Wall Street The same en-tliusiiism a- in pr viou- ve:ir- i- lieing manife-ted ill ew York -porting circle- over the Derby and I look for the cniwd from there to he larger thaa ever before The application for beaea for Derby daj have eaceeded all peerleaa years and we have been forced le turn a large BBBBber of them back " Manager Winn wa- accunipanied by Colonel An drew Veunie. who ha- long hCCB | romineut in Kepiaeky turf Bfrahra, He -pint tin- greatei part of the winter in a hosptal in New Yolk, but is on the road to a cmpleie recovery now. thanks to a BBTgleal opera tiili which wa- perfonneil m ersl months back. .lockey Albert Arvin ha- affiliated himself with the 1". I. Uranium stabl • at Churchill Down-Trainer VI Kiiby toilay tok up Mosrmvu which ha- noi iM-.n to I he races m two years. This horse fhatabed third in the Kentounl Kndurance Race of thr.-e hundred miles, -ev.-ral years back. He belongs to the Waldoek Sta»di. SeymoUl He--, who hud to leae New Orleans bocau-o of illness, ha- fully recovered and is bark n the job witli the Kirby establishment. .lockey H .1 I.urke will ride one of tie- Thorn- eiiffe Stable reprcaeatatHn in the Kiasi Plata at ITaadMae Part. Public BeheaHag of the two year-olds in Ken- i outaiacu on Lima age. 1 UNFAVORABLE AT LOUISVILLE •■ • ..wU i.m Continued from page one.. . tucky will begin Saturday. William Snyder will proceed to Lexington to perform this- service, while William Hamilton will alternate daily between the Downs and Douglas Park. Iat Knebelkamp will bring out another jockey this spring in Danny Jones, a sixteen year old lad. who hails from New Orleans. He weighs only seventy-two pounds and has had one and one-half" years experience with the Knebelkamp stable.. His application for an apprentice jockeys license has been forwarded to the Kentucky State Racing Commission. The school for exercise boys at the Downs was dismissed for the summer season today. J. O. Keene, of the Kentucky State Racing Commission, came back from Lexington today. He has one division of his stable quartered at the Downs, and the other end In charge of O. H. Keene, his brother, is due tomorrow from Havana. e a . .

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