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! i . ! ; , J ! ! : , [ ; ! J • . -. . j ! - , -. 1 -. I 1 - , I - ■ - - -. J I BOOTS AND SADDLE OUT OF DERBY. But E. R. Bradley Is Confident of Winning Churchill Downs Fixture with Bradleys Choice. Lexington. Ky.. April 11. — "You may say Boots and Saddle is not being pointed lor Ihe Kentucky Derby and will not start in that race." said E. U. Bradley, when he came in from Idle Hour Farm today, "and you mav also say 1 confidently expect to win Ihe Kentucky Derby with Bradleys Choice. providing the track is dry. Black Toney will likely Iw started as a second string to my BOW, but I will declare to win with the Cunard gelding. He is training well, has his speed and will be lit." For three mars this morning the Kentucky Asso- elation track was good, but a light rain began to fall alioiit nine oclock and by noon tbe course was quite muddy. The best move of the day was Done- rails Mljie in 1:42%, and mile and an eighth in 1 :57. pulling up. Jockey W. Obert rode him aud keol iii the center of the course all the way arnuud. It was considered by tbe work-watchers as probably the Ih-sI performance here this spring. Donerail is being pointed for the Camden Handicap. F. H. Hawkins four year-old Usteppa, also a can- didate for the Camden Handicap, worked a mile in I: It1- for trainer Toui Harmon and did it handily . T. L. Pierce sent Big Spirit a mile in 1:44, handilv Harry Morrissey was busy schooling two-year-olds at the barrier today and he had a large attendance. even in the rain. p. M. hills I.0V0 Day showed a mile in 1:44".-,. Frances, from the stable of former sheriff Dan W. Scott and trained bv James H. Baker, worked three. quarters in 1:11--.. and tbe two year-old. Dr. Car men. bv Boanerges, belonging to V. M. Pittaass of tins city, also trained by Baker, worked a half in 40%. lie is a candidate for the Idle Hour Stakes .nd is 1 good prospect. .1. S. Hawkins Chalmers, a candidate for the Breeders Futurity, worked a half in 4! %. Pastorelln I dam of CMss and her suckling chestnut colt bv Volter were purchased today by John B, Madden from E. R. Bradley aud will be transferred from Idle Hour Farm to Hamburg Place tomorrow. Bradley bought PastoreBa, now twenty-two years old. for .00o at tbe disposal of the Caslleton Stud in New York last September and her foal came last week. The price paid bv Madden was not made public, but it is understood that Mr. Bradley and bis friend. Billy Farm, of New York, who had a half interest with him, made a handsome profit on their investment. E. R. Bradleys I.ovc-Not. which was third to Novelty and Bashti in the Futurity of 1010, foaled at Idle Hour Farm this morning a haadsnabe big chestnut colt bv Cunard. pliil T. China today solt to V. A. Forsyth* tho livc-yeai old mare Buss, bv Broomstick — Shrine, and She will be retired to the stud. R. J. Austin arrived at the Kentucky Association course today from Jamestown with Indolence, a Kentucky Derby candidate.