Hildreth Asks for Stalls: Notifies Secretary Davis That He Will Ship Eighteen Racers to Louisville, Daily Racing Form, 1910-09-16


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llILDRETH ASKS FOR STALLS NOTIFIES SECRETARY DAVIS THAT HE WILL SHIP EIGHTEEN RACERS TO LOUISVILLE. Novelty and Fitz Herbert to Be Included in the Consignment That Will Come West from Saratoga — Gossip of Kentucky Racing. laniaillli . Ky.. September i.v — if doubt era existed about Samuel i. BBdnth bringing his stable from dura toga to Churchill Dowm for the nineiocn-daya fall Meeting beginning October 1. it was dm-I iet led this afternoon. Himreth wired to Secretary 1. Vina ii H. I»avis thai his I I ■! bete would embrace eighteen raven, including Novelty and Fit/. Ilrrhai t Accordingly quarters mcaod to none in convenience have been assigned to .Mr. HUdreth and his horses are expected to arrive next week. Peter Winmier. coming M tin Downs from the east for the lirsl time in rears, is on the scene with ten horses, anions them being Any Port, Intrinsic, Kxplicit. Fair Star and Beatrice. Max llirsch has wireil thai he is coming from the cast wilh Canellcherry. War fig and seven others. Jockeys Keugh and II. MeGee arrived today. The J! will ride at the Lexington meeting, then at the Downs and I.atonia. Hal Woodford has nine yearlings in training, four being hf Pink Coat. None is Car sale and all will eoaar to the races next spring. Mr. Woodford says all are promising. Fred Luzadcr will ship Itoyal Captive. Alice Geagge and Inn ether horses to Lexington Saturday. Tom lla t field and Henderson ll 1 began etUl each include four horses in the shipment. While out today far an airing with a mite of I Ixiy mi his hack Captain Morris, from the stable ot ITr naVrann A: Hogai*, scaled a high fence at Churchill Downs. Borae and rider landed in gnafl order. Miller Henderaon brought the high-flying colt liaeh ui the course, mounted him and rode him until I •■ shipped lo a walk. Last spring, while in traih-jng lor the Derby, Captain Morris ran away and injured his rider. Todays beat trials were: Heachamil — Half mile in 3M. Billy Klair — Three-qaartera in 1:19. l-ouis Kalz — Half mile in 51$. Merman — Mile in 1:4.1. Pi t -a -Pat — Half mile in Bfif. .1. C. Calm, who came here from I.atonia. has in lis string, besides the two-year-old. Mockler. seven maiden three-year-olds thai were not trained as two-year-olds. He is experimenting with this hunch of ma at a, and the outcome wiil be watched closely by horsemen. The last crop of colts that Mr. Oahn had he trained as two year-olds and as he had no luck wlih them he figured that he would let this lot of Bitter Hoofs get develop into three -rear -olds before he essayed to train and race them. Last spring his entire stable was afflicted with a cough ing epidemic Mr. Calms huncb of three-year-old maidens are as good looking an aggregation as any lot of horaM in training at tin Dawns, and with some of them the Missouri horseman may repeat ids triumphs over the New Louisville Jockey Club track. Mr. Calm first earned turf distinct ion in the early 110 I with a borae of unfashionable breeding, for until liny S. raced, his sire. Speculator, was little known of in the stud. Mr. Calm sold the peat racer finally to the late Charles 1". Fleisehmann. ot Cincinnati, for 2,500. and the late Louisville trainer. Kobert Tucker, raced the horse for the Cincinnati I4ti f man with much success. Another Rood horse that Mr. Calm brought to the races was Backvidere, with which performer he won the Tennessee Derby in 1897. Mr. Calm owns a faun in Missouri close to the Woodlands estate of Hartley Schreiber. and there he lias a band of broodmares that would lie acceptable property on any treat breeding place. They embrace such n:ares as Crochet. South Breeze. Linda. Attainment. Emma Baer, to. Id Kan and Free Hand. Trainer C. c. Van Meter has transferred seven id Ids horses from Douglas Park to Churchill Downs. Including The fad. Topland, Princess Industry and Pit a-Pat. The only horses he now has at Douglas Park are three yearlings. .1. C. Perries, who developed Olambala and Countless for .1. G. Crooner, came here yesterday to secure -table room from Secretary Davis for the coming tall meeting. Ho shipped his string of horses of six fend from Windsor to Lexington. They include Bet-tie Sue. Sea Swell. Western Hoy. Civita. A 111 0. Walker and a four-year-old maiden brother to the noted performer, Monslgnor. While here trainer IVrrias took up his good three-year old filly. Delf. which had been turned out since spring at George J. Longs Bashford Manor Farm. He took the daughter of Alvosc.it o Lexington with him. so as to give her all the training he can before the fall meeting Itere. lie ran hardly ret her ready tor racing at Churchill Downs in October, but will have her tit to try for some of the purses buns up at I.atonia in November. Jockey T. Rice came from Windsor to Kentucky with trainer Ferris* and will ride at the i-umtag Lexington meeting. Howard o.its. Sylvia I unbar and Emigrant came from Canada with the I erriss borses. Horace Argo, win. used to i k on the Chicago tracks, whs a visitor here a day or two age Calling upon old friends, lai ladhat Cat. Matt .1. Winn and Kd Alvey. Mr. Argo makes his home in Chhsga

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