Juarez Shipment Reaches Louisville.: Horses Brought East on Special Train Arrive in Good Condition--More on the Way., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-01


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JUAREZ SHIPMENT REACHES LOUISVILLE Horses Brought East on Special Train Arrive in Good Condition More on the Way Louisville Ky March HI The Juarez special consisting of eight cars containing eightyeight horses reached Churchill Downs and Douglas Park Saturday eighteen hours late All the horses shipped well and consisted of those in the stables of F D Weir Harrv Herdel William Hurley J C Calm James Grillin K Spence AI Shields F J refer J II Alead John Low Frank Smith W C Clancy and W II Fizer There were many stars in the shipment Including the unbeaten two yearold Old Rosebud Irish Gentleman the Ken ¬ tucky Derby candidate Kl Ialomar the Kentucky Oaks candidate Floral Park Any Port Aunt Mamie Cracker Box Alockler Sleeth Nobby J B BRubins Rubins Chapiiltepec Capltan Bravo Fern L LGemmell Gemmell Little June Garter Kenneth Baby Doll Little Bit Florence Roberts Sam Bernard and Malzie Girl GirlA A majority of the horses in training at Churchill Downs and Douglas Park were given slow exercise today in anticipation of faster trial work on Tuesday and Wednesday In spite of the overllow on some portions of the Douglas Park enclosure that track is in excellent condition There is little likelihood of the backwatyr doing further damage damageTin Tin only work of note today was by the Derby candidate Jimmie Jill in the stable of Doerlioefcr West He went a quarter in Blue Jay stable companion of the Derby Favorite Hawthorn was sent threequarters in 127 pulled up By the latter part of next veek most of the horses will be at work The Juarez arrivals will then be ready for fast work workIt It is understood that the string of yearlings piu ehjised from the Keene estate by James Bntlcr of New York will be trained by R C Benson Kaiisils City Until Kd Gaylord sold his string of jacers recently at Juarez Benson trained the string of that Denver turfman For more than thirty years he hasJteen prominent on the trotting and nm nilig turf ii the trotting circuit lie campaigned the grert western performer Ryland T On the run ¬ ning turf he has handled and developed many win ¬ ning racers and several Jockeys JockeysW W C Clancy brought to the Downs from Juarez wllh the eight horses he has in training George AI Odoins Fjdlie Levy The mare will be rested Riv for a time and then shipped to the Kllerslie Farm owned by R J Hancock Sous in Virginia the Ha = i cocks having purchased her for breeding purjioses purjiosesW W H Buckner trainer for W Applegate Is pleased with the condition of Round the World Ho expects her to be as good as ever this spring There are few strings of racers at the Downs that look better than this mie Artesian a member of this stable after having been turned out all winter at Lexington will be taken up shortly shortlyTrainer Trainer W S Trevcy has received information that J II Coyle has taken east the fouryearold colt Bifnuette which he purchased simultaneously with Hawthorn Last winter Air Coyle communi ¬ cated with Trevey about training and racing this colt tills season over the Kentucky tracks Minor mishaps in training has prevented him from racing well wellThe The stable of Earl Linnell mid the horses that A B Spreckels is shipping to Kentucky left the Juarez track for Kentucky SatiinKiy and with them will also come the Kentucky Derby candidate Wey imoke owned by T Carroll Horsemen arriving from Juarez report that the latter trainer had a ruugh experience in Kl Paso a few days ago when he was robbed of SOUO in money and his split second watch watchThe The stable of J F Newman Son which left Juarez a week ago Saturday bound for Lexington including in the collection of horses the sensational Pan Xaivta is tied up by the high water at Wash ¬ ington Ind P T Sheridan has Bit of Fortune ii the same car Hawthorn C F Buschemeyers Kentucky Derby candidate was worked Saturday morning by trainer W S Trevey at Churchill Downs The track was in fairly good condition several feet from the ra The son of Hastings went a mile easily in l4tf covering the first eighth in 12 the quarter in 2 threeeighths in 8 the half in 31 liveeighths In 104 threequarters in 118 and seveneighth in lJ2 lJ2The The only other Kentucky Derby candidate to H tract attention by bis work Saturday was Prince Hermis in the stable of Lew Marion which goid looking chestnut colt breezed a half mile in 2 2Trainer Trainer Pete Coyne trainer of Free Lance in nbunced today that the Latonia Derby winner of 1912 would not be trained for spring or summer racing and will not be seen under colors until nexi fall Free Lance to all appearances is sound soundJfickev Jfickev C Peak who will ride in Kentucky tins spring and summer for Gimrge J Long is at Hot Strings Ark where lie will make an effort to re ¬ duce his weight MI as to be able to ride it 10 pounds or so The best he could do at Juarez was lit pounds Peak has been riding iii great form lie will remain at Hot Springs until April 15 and then will come here Jockey J Callahan will be an early arrival here lie has been delayed at Juarez for treatment for a fractured bone in one of his legs received while working a twoyearold which threw him himWade Wade Alcleniore had some idea of sending Meadow one of the greatest mares ever bred in Texas to Louisville this spring to run In the 10000 Kentucky Handicap After consultatiini with trainer Tom Alumford lie has decided to send her with the rest of his stable to the Coc ur dAlene track in Idaho us he has decided to retire her in midsummer to the stud With this in view he recently mated her with Fayette He means to send her In August It his Texas farm Next fall be will ship her to Kentucky and after she foals to Fayette he will mate her with one of the noted sires in this state

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