Gossip From Kentucky Sources., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-16


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GOSSIP FROM KENTUCKY SOURCES IxMiisville Ky August 15 F D Weir will ship the sensational twoyearold gelding Old Rosebud and the rest of the II C Applegate Cos string now racing at Saratoga to Churchill Downs imme ¬ diately upon the close of the meeting at tho Springs Old Rosebud will be raced in several overnight events at Douglas Park Churchill Downs apd La tonia this fall and will wind up the Kentucky season In the Fort Thomas Handicap at the latter track provided Secretary E W Maginn does not ask him 10 carry excessively unreasonable weight In that event eventOld Old Rosebuds victories at Saratoga in the Flash and the United States Hotel Stakes make him the leading moneywinning liorse on the American turf this season with winnings of close to 20OOO In stakes and purses Of the five twoyearolds that U C Applegate Co bought iu a lump last fall from J E Madden all but the Ogden Masquerade colt have won Edith W Aunt Mamie and Ida La vinia being in the collection in addition to Old Rosebud These three and Old Rosebud have won for this Louisville firm a total of twentythree races and 21 125 in stakes and purses pursesWhile While it lias not as yet been fully decided it is believed that trainer V I Weir will winter Old Rosebud at Juarez and there prepare him for his engagements of 1914 in the Kentucky and Latonia Derby races Trainer Weir considers Aunt Mamie as tile best of his other twoyearolds She is not entirely sound which explains why she has raced so little since leaving Juarez last spring springW W F Scbulte is spending this month at his home here having abandoned his accustomed trip to Can ¬ ada and Saratoga He makes almost daily trips to Churchill Downs where his horses are In training In charge of R P Brooks He is much pleased with the present condition of his old favorite King Olym ¬ pian and Is confident that this noted performer will return to the turf this fall in winning form Tho Schulte stable will be shipi ed to Lexington for the fall i meeting which begins there on September 11 11T T Pi Hayes Kentucky Derby winner Donerail has not only been entered in the Kentucky Endur ¬ ance Stakes four miles but in the Douglas Park luaigural Handicap the Louisville Cup two miles Latouia Autumn Inaugural Handicap and the Latonia up two miles and i quarter Donerail will reach Douglas Park with the rest of the Hayes stable at the close of the coming meeting at Windsor Mr Hayes will ship a division of his string to Lexincton this fall but Donerail will not race again in Ken ¬ tucky until the Douglas Park fall meeting meetingHenry Henry MeDaniel now racing his string at Van ¬ couver will see some racing in Kentucky this fall but will ship none of his horses here He is coining to Kentucky to secure some yearlings to take to Juarez next winter with the rest of his horses in training If he can develop some likely juveniles out of the band of yearlings he will purchase in Ken ¬ tucky this fall he will next season try racing agaiii here in the spring and return to his old stamping ground on the New York tracks next summer This successful trainer owns considerable property near Shecpshead Bay none of which he has disposed of tiince racing was suspended at that track trackThe The racing string of Earl Linnell will be one of earliest arrivals at the local courses from Canada that horseman being expected to reach Louisville with his stable including Osaple Ymir and several other performers early the coming week While in Kentucky this fall Mr Linnell hopes to be able to pick up several other useful horses to add to his stable which at the wimlup of the Latonia autumn meeting will be shipped to Mexico for winter racing nt Juarez JuarezW W F Cisco of New Albany is booked for an early return at Churchill Downs for the fall Ken ¬ tucky racing campaign Cisco hopes to add a good liorse to his string before he returns here hereJames James MacManus entire stable now at Saratoga will be shipped to Churchill Downs at the close of the meeting there and a small division of the establishment will go to Lexington to race though the better horses in this string will do their first fall racing in this stato at the local courses Mr MacJIaniis is said to be again in the market as a purchaser of yearlings this fall While there were no stake winners among the youngsters he purchased last season he has not quit loser on the venture He hopes that in his next effort in this line he will lie rewarded by an Old Rosebud or a Little Nephew He has not owned a great stake winner as a twoyearold since Rocky OBrien won the Hopeful Stakes StakesMars Mars Cassidy now starting at Saratoga will again fill this position at Douglas Park Churchill Downs and Latonia this fall where Harry Morrissey for ¬ merly an assistant to Mr Cassidy will do the starting at Lexington Mr Cassidy will have as assistants here this fall and also nt Juarez his old standbys James Osliorne and William Howard Reports from Saratoga are to tho effect that Mr Cassidys work there this summer has been highly satisfactory satisfactoryEugene Eugene Elrod will be here early next week arrang ¬ ing for parimutucl operations during the meetings this fall He will go to Ixjxlngton to take charge of the betting ring Elrod will as usual in addi ¬ tion to his duties on the Kentucky tracks have barge of the betting ring at Juarez next winter a position he has held since that track opened in 1909 1910 1910J J F Grefer will again bring to Kentucky this fall the good threeyearold filly Floral Park which has improved greatly iu her track manners it Is said since she was last seen under colors here Last fall she raced brilliantly at Douglas Park Churchill Downs and Latonia and it may be that she will come back in the same grand winning condi ¬ tion this season She lost the Kentucky Oaks last spring by bolting to the inside fence after seemingly haying tliot event at her mercy

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