Old Rosebud Reaches Lexington: Kentucky Derby Favorite Now Occupying Same Quarters That Donerail Did Last Spring, Daily Racing Form, 1914-04-22


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; , [ OLD ROSEBUD REACHES LEXINGTON. Kentucky Derby Favorite Now Occupying Same Quaiters That Donerail Did Last Spring. Lexington. Kv.. April 21. — Old Rosebud, favorite lor the Kentucky Derby, arrived at the Kentucky Association track from Louisville this morning and along with eight others of the string of trainer Frank D. Weir, is unaltered in the same stable which last spring sheltered Donerail, winuer of the 1913 Kentucky Derby. Old Rosebuds stable companions are Any Port. Grovet Hughes. Edith W.. M.x. Miss Fielder, Yale, IJreezer and Tower. All these horses are tit and ready to race. Col. W. II. Applegate and his son, Hamilton C. Applegate. who refused leffersoa Livingstons offer of 5,000 for the sou of Uncle and Ivory Bells, are also here, as is Jockey McCain, who rides the horses trained by Weir. R. F. Canaans Surprising, a candidate for the Rlite Crass Stakes and the Kentucky Derby, had three-quarters in the muddy going this morning in 1 :24% ami it was railed a good atOVe by the work watchers. The son of Maria Santa and Strathlou was compelled to go around tlie "dogs." Surprisiug is certain to start in the Blue Jrass Stakes and will probably have oue other race here. Charley Wilsons Ivan Cardiier and R. J. Austins Indolence, which finished first and second, respectively, in the Palmetto Dei by, at Charleston, uer, Doth out for a mile workout this morning. The former went in l:W and the latter, pulling up in the la-t eighth, in 2:00. Probably the liest move of the morning was a half mile in 51 by Jefferson Uvtagatona two-year-old ldaek filly. Sanderling. by Rock Sand Seliua D. She is a candidate for the Idle Hour Stakes here and has a number of juvenile engagements elsewhere. She is also eligible to the Fpsoiu Oaks. lo be run next year in llngland. Sanderling wan bred at Vumist Belmonts Nursery Stud. 1-lugeiie F.lrod, superintendent of the pari mutuel depart meats on Kentucky tracks, arrived this morning aud his crew will all lie here by Thursday-night, ready for the opening on the following day. J. C. Calm arrived today from Louisville. Before leaving Charleston he sold his g,HKl mare Cele-ta lo If . P. iluillianis for a long price, iuilliatns is manager of a magnificent farm belonging to Gearge Wiiigtield. a wealthy western mining magnate, at Reno. Nev.. who a short while ago bought Star-bottle from K. F. Carman to head the stud of mares he is getting together. Mr. Wingtield is planning the construction of a fine racing plant at Reno, to he opened next year and designed to he a stopping off [dace for folks going to and coming from, the Panama Lxjiosition at San Francisco. Joseph B. Choate, son of the former American am-bHssador to England, and his friend. Frauds Sargent, both of Boston, are here. They spent a portion of today at August Belmonts farm and this evening went to Hamburg Place to have dinner and spend the night with John B. Madden. Tomorrow they are to go to James B. Haggins Elmendorf Farm. Joseph McLennan is here in the interest of the -take- to lie run at Oonnaaght lark and Toronto. From here he goes to Havre de Orace. Al Borleii arrived from New York this morning. Jockey Charley Cross inn.- iu today. J. I". Strode will bring over three horses from lAHiisville tomorow.

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