Looking Forward To Kentucky Handicap.: Probable Starters in Richest Race of the Year--Other Kentucky Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-17


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LOOKING FORWARD TO KENTUCKY HANDICAP Probable Starters in Richest Race of the Year i Other Kentucky Gossip Louisville Ky May 1C The outcome of the Clark Handicap tomorrow Is expected to have some bearing on the Kentucky Handicap 10000 added which is to mark the oKiing of the twelvedays meeting at Douglas Park Monday May 20 Aside from those named to start tomorrow in the Clark Handicap Ten Point Foundation Hawthorn Adams Express and Gowell are prominent eligible for the years richest race that are looked upon as likely starters startersManager Manager John Hachmeister is jubilant over the prospects of the Kentucky Handicap being one of the greatest races of the year with few excep ¬ tions the cracks named for this event are now doing well in training Manager HaclunelHter anticipates the largest attendance on May 20 ever seen at Douglas Park ParkThe The other events set for the spring meeting at Douglas Park including the Memorial Handicap the Speculation Stakes and the Spring Trial Stakes all promise to provide great racing For the last named event 2500 added Old Rosebud Little Nephew Vandeigrlft Harry L The Norman Roamer and Impel ator are among the probable starters So far imperator Little Nephew and Van dergrift are unbeaten With the exception of tin Breeders Futurity recently run at Lexington and the Cincinnati Trophy tin Spring Trial SJakes will be the richest twoyearold race in Kentucky this season seasonSo So far starter Mars Cdssiily Ills but three horses on his schooling list namely Jean Grey Susan P and the Kentucky Oaks candidate Floral Park F J refer is schooling the 1 utter filly daily ami expects to got her to her next nice as good an actor at the post as she was in her early days as a twoyearold Witli Floral Park Gowell Christ ¬ mas Star aiiil Cream The Widow Moon Semprite Benanet and Silk Day as almost cercnln starters In the Kentucky Oaks this spring that event which Is set to be run on Saturday May 24 the closing day at Churchill Downs promises to provide one of the most brilliant coitesls in Its long history The Kentucky Oaks was instituted during the inaugural meeting of the Louisville Jockey Ciub in 1875 and has eince been run annually without ititcrruptton ititcrrupttonG G II Keene the wellknowi Kentucky uuTinan and racing and breeding partner of L O Keen trainer of J N Camdens string arrived here from Arizona yesterday and saw the first racing he has witnessed in more than n year He Is now heavily interested in land Investments In the southwest The marcs owiied by J O G II Keeue at Krteo laml Farm have about all foaled this spring Flehr de Marie by Meddler has a chestnut filly by Voter Agnes Virginia by Sir Dixou lias a brown fllly Ity Jack Atkin Wiunecock by Montana has a chest ¬ nut filly by Order Micaela by Watercress has a bay filly by Peter Quinco Twilight Queen by Odd fellow has a bay filly by Peter Quince and Laly Alicia by Sir Dixon has a chestnut colt by the Futurity winner Ormondalc Fleur de Marie and Agues Virginia have been mated with Ormondalc this season AVinuecock to Ultimus Micaela to Peter Quince Twilight Queen to Sain and Lady Alicia to Jack Atkin Logistilla sister to Sotomia winner of the Kentucky Endurance Stakes last fnll in reo ord time of 710 for four miles was barren this spring After Sotemia won the long race here last fall Major F A Daiugerfield manager of Castle ton Stud with J It Keene s consent presented to the Messrs Kecuc a season to the great Ben Brush It was the desire of Major Daingerfigld to bavc such a mare as LojIstilla mated with Ben Brush After Mr Keenes death Ben Brush was sold by the estate to J N Camden owner of Ilartland Stud who con ¬ cluded to reserve the horses services exclusively for his own niares Upon ascertaining that Mr Camden would let no outside marcs be mated with Ben Brush this year Miss Dalngerfield who is in charge of the Keene estate thoroughbreds gener ¬ ously notified the Messrs Keene that they were at liberty to mate Logistilla with the Futurity winner Sweep which noted horse is a son of Bon Brush So Logistilla will go to the court of Sweep SweepT T C Milams good filly Star of Danube will not go to the iwst in the Kentucky Oaks This good daughter of Star Shoot which won the Clipsetta Stakes at Latonta last spring has not done well this year in training She seems to be a poor feeder and Mllam has had to go slow with her as a consequence He is doubtful if she can race before the Latonia summer meeting meetingThe The richly bred mare Mildred Schultz by Orvieto owned by J O G H Keene is expected to foal to Peter Pan in a few days and she will be mated this season witli Celt CeltTrainer Trainer James S Evcrman lias gelded Jolin II Morris twoyearold Longwood a halfbrother to Bud Hill by Stalwart Young Thistle and the youngster will be turned out for a brief scasoi One of the twoyearolds that Mosc Goldblatt re ¬ cently purchased in Missouri from L A Cella has also been gelded geldedThere There are several stables at Latonia that will not come to cither of the local tracks for the spring racing season but will remain at the Kentou Countv course until racing begins there on Monday June The trainers who have strings now at Latonia are Thomas Sayres Tim Pettie J Gallena Dave Henry Jim Lally A Riley and J A Strode StrodeIt It F Carmans big string of horses are now at Belmont Park After leaving Juarez last winter the Carman horses went to the Beniiing track at Washington and remained there six weeks before being transferred to their present quarters Mr Carman will race only in the east the coming summer summerThat That great four yearold Free Lance winner of the Latonia Derby of 1912 is taking exorcise at Churchill Downs daily and while lie has not been set down for even a fast quarter as yet it will not be long before he can be put into the best of racing condition Trainer Pete Coyne still says however that he has no intention of racing tills great colt before the Saratoga meeting in August

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