Activity At Louisville Tracks., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-29


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ACTIVITY AT LOUISVILLE TRACKS Louisville Ky January 28 Churchill Downs and Douglas Iark bustle with activity The springlike weather now prevailing has encouraged the trainers to exercise the horses in their charge and for the lirst time since cold weather set in swift breezing is being indulged in inJ J W Bub May had all his big string of eighteen head which ho brought down from Lexing ¬ ton Tuesday out walking and cantering yesterday while trainers Colston Coyne and Walker were as busy as bees with the horses in their charge The Derby favorite Waldo was on the track looking well It is doubtful if the stables at the two Louis ¬ ville tracks have ever housed as many flashy two yearolds as are now quartered here aiidiinquestion ably there are any number of stake winners in the big bunch It may be that in this collection is housed the 1010 Futurity winner which has not happened since 1888 twentytwo years ago when the groat Proctor Knott was trained here by the late Sam twoyearoldTrainer Bryant as a twoyearold Trainer May will remain hero until the winduri of the New Louisville Jockey Club meeting and will race here the bulk of the twoyearolds he has under his care careJ J B Hespess will bring in his big band of horses from the Latonia track within the next few days and will stable and train at Churchill Downs Among the older racers he will bring here are the Englishbred Marathon the sensation of the Latonia fall meeting of 1IOS the Kentucky Derby winner of Wjntergreen and Turloy His band of two yearolds embraces the pick of the get of his great horse Dick Welles and collectively they are as promising a bunch of youngsters as were ever raised at Woodlawn Farm After his stable is safely housed at Chunhill Downs Mr Kespess will return to Mexico for another visit but will hardly stay in that country longer than the first of March lie thinks racing is at last thoroughly established in Mexico ami he predicts that next winter will see wonderful si ort in that country ResHss has located Dick Welles in the stud near Lexington this year He has had so many requests from breeders for the horses services that he at last concluded to give everyone a chance to breed to him He believes the sou of King Eric to be one of the greatest living sires and he wants him to miss no chance in the stud durlnir his early years Says he heDick Dick Welles has already reproduced himself in Dick Holler a colt that died when a twoyearold Why he could give Turley and Wintergreen twenty pounds and beat them and you know the latter was good enough to win a Derby at thir I have always figured that I lost 25000 when Dick Roller died I tell you he was a sweet horse horseRtsposs Rtsposs thinks Waldo will have to deteriorate twenty pounds in form to lose the Kentucky Derby of 1JIO You see what I have done with the few I had in the big race said he Got out while declarations were cheap I have one or two promis ¬ ing threeyearolds at that but they have no busi ¬ ness with Waldo I regard him as an exceedingly highclass colt as good as any Derby candidate I have rim across in many years

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