Azyiade Fails To Stay: Hallenbeck Filly Races Disappointingly In The Tobacco Stakes.; Race Is Won by Casey Jones at Liberal Odds--Storm Breaks While Racing Is on at Churchill Downs and Track Is Drenched., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-16


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AZYIADE FAILS TO STAY 3IALLENBECK FILLY HACES DISAPPOINTINGLY IN THE TOBACCO STAKES Race Is Won l y Casey Jvones at Liberal Odds Storm Breaks While Racing Is en at Churchill ChurchillDowns Downs and Track Is Drenched Louisville Ky May 15 Another large crowd braved a threatening storm this afternoon at Churchill Downs to witness the racing They were rewarded by excellent sport After the running of the tilth racc u hard rain accompanied liv a wind of almost cyclonic velocity sent the bis crowd pell moll in nil directions for shelter Its duration was brief drenchingThis but the track received a drenching This afternoons card was featured by the To ¬ bacco Stakes six furlongs with selling conditions and carrying a value of 411550 net to the winner It was won by Casey TOUCH with Presumption sec ¬ ond and Benanet third II C Ilallenhecks Azyiada was the1 favorite for the race and she ran promisingly until the stretch was reached where she retired out of contention Presumptions showing for a first out was a good one and ho might have landed in front hut for the slipping of his saddle at a critical time timeII II K Knapps Yankee Notions and Ymir figured in a deflorate stretch duel In the third race and the former scored by a short margin after an ex ¬ cellent display of horsemanship on the part of jockey ICarrlck This diminutive youngster clearly outrode the more experienced Gross on Yinir YinirThe The talent fared well during the afternoon land ¬ ing on most of the winners They began in the opener by showing a preference for Al Bloch over Theresa Gill on which the smart set centered Salon In the second was also more to their liking than Sonny Hoy which had the wise brigades support Guide Post and Harry Lander absorbed most attention In the tifth though Afterglow al = o came in for a deal of backing Wander in the losing dash was nil outstanding favorite with Ioelitiad ir xt JH demand and they lauded in that order at the finish finishDuring During the preliminaries for the sixth race Bounn Chance and Cracker Box came together in front of the stand and went down in a heap Horses and riders were badly mixed but escaped injury and llomic Chance finished third thirdShortly Shortly after the start of the second race jockey Kederls was unseated from Mjiy L as a result of crowding Kederis escaped injury and May L was only slightly bruised bruisedFrederick Frederick L the star of the Ilnllonlieck stable is not responding readily to treatment and accord ¬ ing to trainer Frank Taylor it will be some time before he races Adams Express sustained a slight foot injury recently and may not be able to go to the post in the Clark Handicap for which lie was being pointed Sir Deiirah is another of the Hallen beck horses that is at present useless for racing It Is the intention of trainer Taylor to dispose of Hime of the older horses in the establishment and replenish it with youngsters It is also his present plan to divide the stable about June 10 sending one division to New York for the racing there thereK K It Bradley today secured the contract on the promising apprentice J McDonald This gives the Hradley stable a strong hand in the matter of riders W Hopkins and C Gauz also being under contract to the stable 1 C Milam has sold Cecil to T Scott who will ship h r to Canada for the racing at the various halfmile courses coursesW W K Phillips who formerly trained the exten sJve string raced by Fred Cook is much taken with a twoyearold iilly he has here by Knglish Lad Bessie Welles IK has four other yearlings at his farm In Greenville 111 that are sired by English EnglishtJeorge tJeorge Baker former owner of Gold Heels was sinning todays visitors visitorsTuesdays Tuesdays race at Churchill Downs between Frog SS Biickhorn and Rndolfo greatly increased the interest in the lark Handicap to be decided next Saturday as well as In the Kentucky Handicap 10000 added to he run at the Douglas Park opening Mav This was the race In which a new American record of 1 30 for the mile and twenty yards was stabllsheil The first mile was timed by dockers In from I4 to lSf and the last mile in less than 1o While both Froglegs and Iuckhorn lieat Kudolfo the latter was conceding them live pounds mill ran within striking distance all the way With these three horses Ten Point and Adams Kxpress llkelv to be among the starters the Clark Handicap this season bids fair to furnish one of the l est races In its glorious history historyT T C McDowells ElIenaDale which started in race here last Tuesday for the first time in two years was for two seasons mated to noted horses but failed each time to prove in foal In 1011 she was mated with Ornament and last season to Star Shoot As veterinarians seem to think the ware would not have a foal this year Major McDowell 7iut her In training but will retire her at the lirst signs of any lameness So far she has been training soundly and has shown good speed in her herAlgie Algie M the dam of the Kentucky Derby winner Donerail has been mated by T P Hayes with Peep oDay this season She has no yearling or suckling having proven without foal in 1512 and 101 Her last foal was Punch Howl a twoyearold colt that Hayes sold this spring to lid W IlelTner for 1000 lie Is liv Ornament and ran second in his only start to date Hayes hag mated his mares Llllle Turner and Miss Mae Day to Kallot Lady Strathmore to Pc p oDay and Sans Pareil II to Toddington ToddingtonAl Al Austin the western turfman who holds the contract on the promising apprentice rider T Mc ¬ Donald brought no horses with him to Kentucky ml Is on the lookout to purchase a performer or two if merit He recently sold the mares Florence A tiiil Marie Hyde and they have been retired to the tud He sold Florence A to W T Grist of Kan IK and she will be mated this season with Albula while Marie Hyde was bought by J W Fuller and will IK mated with Marchmout II IIW W W Dardon brought live horses to the Downs from Tennessee In adition to Little Father and Recompense Three are twovcarolds one is a fonrvearold liv Ivan the Terrible or Monsieur Beau raire and the other is a fiveyearold chestnut geld In by Orlando out of the dam of Ivan the Ter ¬ rible Neither of the older performers has raced jr Iii fact trained hut little until this season The nvovcarolds in the Darden string are a chestnut tilt by Ivan the Terrible Nannie Hodge brother to little Father a bay colt by Ivan the Terrible Sosega and a bay colt by Ivan the Terrible Siera lmiie Darden has had bud luck with the foals of Niinle Hodge the dam of Little Father lately Her foal of 1011 which was a line filly ran into a fence at the Darden farm in Tennessee last fall and broke a necessitating her destruction while this iprlng she dropped a dead colt lie lias mated her sifraln tills season with Ivan the Terrible 1 T Duggan who has been riding in good form in Keiituckv this spring hails from Hritish Columbia ColumbiaItohliietta Itohliietta whicji won the Cllpsetta Purse at the Downs TueMlav for James MaeManus and incident all v landed for him one of the biggest bets he ever Continued on second page AZYIADE FAILS TO STAY Continued from first page made in Kentucky was bred by August Bclmont The chairman of the Jockey Club sold her with some other yearlings lie disposed of last fall that were bred at the Nursery Farm and Mr MacManus pur ¬ chased her for l2r She is the nrst of the get of the great Fair 1lay to race on a Kentucky track trackG G W J Bissell the Pittsburgh turfman whose string is now at Douglas Park in charge of trainer James Gass is expected here next week business having kept him from attending the early part of the meeting at the Downs Bissell is coming to Ken ¬ tucky partly for the purpose of visiting Williams t Kadfords Adclbirt Stud at Ilopkiusrilic to look over the twelve yearlings these breeders own with the idea of purchasing the entire crop There are eight colts and four tillies in the collection and all are sired by Cyelades the only son of the great English sire Cyllene doing stud duty in this country countryPolls Polls is the only horse now in training which Is owned by It L Thomas who once had one of the largest strings of horses on the turf in charge of trainer Henry McDanicl Polls is now in the stable of HughesIHI J Tandy Hughes IHI Johnson has arrived at the Downs and will remain liero until the local season is over He now has only two horses In training the threeyear old Toy and a twoyearold by Plaudit both of which are at Latonia and will not be raced until the meeting there IIo has sold Colonel Brown and that fouryearold has gone to the Canadian half mile tracks to nice niceI I J Miles lias bought from T P Hayes the twoyearold lillies Caro Nome and Woof WoofTurfman Turfman J S Hawkins reports that lie expects liis highbred mare Mannett by tlio Futurity win ¬ ner Yankee out of Myrtle Ilarkncss and Ashland Oaks winner to foal within the next few days The lilly or colt she drops will be by the Futurity winner OrmonIale and lie will mate her to Stal ¬ wart Hawkins owns two other promising young broodmares in Wing Ting and La Pucelle Both of these mares are barren this season and Hawkins will mate them to J E Maddcns recent purchase from th KeAne estate the famous horse Ballot Wing Ting has had but one foal as yet Billy Holder

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