Timely Gossip from Kentucky, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-12


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TIMELY GOSSIP FROM KENTUCKY. i Louisville. Kv., October 11. C. W. Moore, owner of the noted sire. McGee. is here attending the races at the Downs. He has disposed of all of his yearlings this season with the exception of two colts by this successful sire. One is out of Radiance, by Onondaga, and the other is out of Ida Harrison, by Ingoldsby. The ten head or yearlings Mr. Moore has sold this season are all by MeGce. except one by Hastings, which is out of Josie D., the dam of Uor-ron. Mr. Mooro averaged ,250 each for these voungsters, one of which is the colt Sam McMeekiri, bought by M. 15. Gruber, the owner of Little Nephew, for ,000, and which is regarded as the most promising yearling broken at either of the local tracks this season. Mr. Moore has fifteen weanlings this season at Merc Hill Farm, eleven lie ing colts and four fillies. Eleven of the number are bv McGee and the other four are by Watcrboy. Sweep. Cunard and Stalwart, respectively. . Trainer Lew Marion, who has Prince Hcrnns, Sam Hirsch and other well-known performers in lus string will take a. look at the two yearlings Moore has not vet sold and may add them to his stable, provided "the Lexington breeder will take in trade the three-year-old lilly. Cassandra, which has gone wrong and is unfit for racing. This filly was never started as a two-voar-old on account of her size, but Marion lielieves that had she stood training this season she would have made good. She is one of the most richlv-bred three-year-old fillies trained this season, being by Nasturtium Seeress, by Necromancer. . . Frank G. Hogan. of the racing firm of Henderson and Hogan, is making his first visit to Louisville this vear after having been in California since he left Juarez a year ago last spring. He talks as if he mav secure some yearlings this fall for Miller Henderson to train with the youngsters which they now Onfom Toohey. of Kansas City, is taking in tin-local meetings this fall and is liable to return as an owner at any time. His last racer was the good Star Shoot mare. Melissa, whicli. after she had broken down, was disposed of to Tom Brown, who now has her in the stud. William Howard, former assistant to starter Mars Cassidy leaves for New York at the close of the local meeting at the Downs and will remain in the east during the coming winter. He will be associated next season with starter James Osborne on the circuit of the Canadian tracks, at which Osborne officiates during the summer season. Osborne will go to Latonia with Cassidy and will spend the winter as one of his assistants at Juarez. T. W. Flyiiu will send Beautiful to one of the farms at Iexlngton as soon as she has recovered sufficiently to travel and arrange to mate her next spring to some of the good sires now located in the blue-grass region. It Is announced from the office of Circuit Clerk Ballard, of Clark county. Indiana, that Bryan Steele. 21. a jockey, of Cincinnati, and Miss Flora Etlinger. 20, of Icxiiigton. Ky., were married in Jeftersonvi;ie. October 2, by Magistrate Oscar L. jjay. Steele rides for thp J. ft, Camden stable.

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