Gossip from Kentucky Sources., Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-09

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GOSSIP FROM KENTUCKY SOURCES. I.oiiisxilic. Kv.. May ,v Two Kentucky 1 1 : iuli -ai candidates wire nm| the hBM worked at Chun hill Downs yesterday. Thea* wet* Prime Hermla and The Widow Moon. *■* latter weal ■ hall i" 82%, while Priaee BWUI went three-quarters in 1 :]|M-, . F.xtra good work was by the Texas tared two-year-old, Deagre, a son of the great miinric Meeflck. He went ■ halt in 4S:-.. run jJaWiue f,rsi quarter in 22% and the three eighths T B. Other work out s yesterday were: Uii.aii Be;m— Three eighths iu W~. iuib Quarter mile ta -"• tareeatag. 11 Wormwood 1 i • eighths in 1 :t«. f jlmrl Torn lireea Tin. • • eighths m ::».--.. i v press Qaai ter mile in 27. Uabrki Malt mile in M%. Ghetto Girl Half mile in 51%. l.Aiglette Malt mile in •%. Lads Charcot rive eighth-, in M~--.. l.oiii-e Paul Three -anartera in 1:18%. Othello -Three iii.il 1 1 rs in 1:1"?.. IrM live-eighth* in 1:02.-.. Base Ring five eighths in 1 : H. Semprotas -Bait mile in 82. w Doagtas Park there has been much gallop lac in i he last lew days, h«1 uo really fast trials. 1h.iu the best performaacea at that course lately are three-quarter,] hj Helen Barhee in l:H.4:.. ami ike same distance i y Bnchhern in 1:19. What roastltntea the un.st extensive stable h. K. Bradley has ever brought to the local tracks is now .Inartered at Churchill Down- to take part in the twenty live day- racing here at the New J...ui»illc .bckev flub course and at Dougla- !*•**. numbering twenty four. 1 lirey , lb- has a t rinji are i he older koreea Bell Horse. Beaaael and Flora cii-.ii.ie to the Clark ami [ liii.i the latter betag an . K.Htiickv Handicap*, recently imrdiased by toe owner of Idle Hour Farm from .1. W. Johnson. j There are eight iliree-year olds in the Bradley stung ] and thirteen tWO-year-oMa. The three year olds an- Beach Comber, the stables hope for the Latonia i Derby: Bradleys Choice, now temporarily out oi training: Black Toaey, Hoots ami Saddle. «« •, Bracktown Belle. Busby Head and Bayberry t an.lle, | a the two year. .1.1- are Brigs Sister . B. Iirsl. JMI.. of All. Bel of Ro-cs. Best Bib and Tuck.,. Bar- and Stars. Business Agent. Briny Deep. Buck ii„l Mortar Bell Buoy. Between Is. Blooming ; The latter yooagster i-owned i p -cv in. I Jack Cary. by George f. Bennett and is by St. Savin i ..in of that famous rac autre. Dishabille. It wUJ ] I,, observed thai Mr. l.radley ha- adhered to ln-u-iial . custom of bestowing name- mi all . ! hi- own i iwe-yeai olda begianiag with the letter B. Irainer i- Clin" Mammon, who ha* charge of Mr. Bradley s - l,i» string think- thai Carl Gaaa will ride la his - old-tl brilliant I.. nn ihi- -a-on au.l be a real I •comeback in the jockey line Gaaa will be able t to ride tomorrow as light a- 112 pounds aad may i he able to do less before the local racing season l i- far advanced The stable however, has another r rider in J. McDonald, who will pilot all Hie entries - from the big barn that gel in at lighter weight t ih hi Gaaa «an .l« Haatnaoa has not done enough i ■h ret with Beach Comber to lie able to say whether r the oi" - n of R...k Sand is what his owner r I i- thought he would develop into— a high class s horse He believe-, however, lie will have DO dilli-ciilivin getting him ready to start in the Latonia n l.eihv in which be will gel a maiden allowance of seven pounds. Beach Ceaabee is the eaU for r ihe enormous sum ol f which Mr. Bradb-v gave , [ . j ] i | ; i i ] . i i- s - - I t i l r - t i r r s n r f 4.0110 for as a yearling in 1912. He bought bim with the object of using him as a sire- at Idle Hour Farm when his racing days arc over. lb-was ton big and growl by to rain satisfactorily as a two year old. F. D. Weir has liltocn horses in hi- -tabic at the Downs, one of which is a maiden two -year -old as v.-t unnamed. Those in the string beside Old Rosebud are Edith W.. Swish. Graver Hughes. Any Part, Daisy Stevens. Hex, Ida. Vale. Bu*y Edith, Type, Miss Fielder. Tower, and Milatna. The latter is I illy thai trainer Weir acquired in a trade with 8. M. Van Gordon at Juarez la-l winter, ami for which he gave the three year ..Id Barbara I. an.-, a till v that broke down while racing at Ihe Mexican •nurse. In addition to .1. McCabe. Weir still has . jockey B. Mar line, t.-d with hi- stable and will ride the hoy frequently at light weights. Aside from Old Rosebud, no horse iu the Weir Stable look- as well as Grorer Hughes. .le-se .Tones ha- arrived at Douglas Iark with i the old selling plater Mauley and that performer ■ laaha better now than at any time since be was a - two-year-old, Jones has the old gelding quartered I in the stable occupied by trainer .lack Adkin. who . has charge of K. J. Mackenzies high das- racing ; stable. W. B. Vanke- selling plater. Brave, was fired I yesterday iu his riuht front leg by Dr. f. fann i and will be out of training for a brief spell. He • will hardly be able to work again before the La-tonia meeting. That great race horse. Star Charter, is still iu l the Schorr barn at Douglas Park, but he will be shipped to Lexington as soon as the sorness. canned I by his recent break-down, leaves his front legs. No attempt will ever be made to train bim again. He -,... - to the staid ami what mares Mr. Schorr breeds l this year will be mated Willi him. Star Charter is a richly bred son of Star Sheet and with proper chances will, no doubt, make a successful sire. He was surely a great race horse, especially in his 1 four year-old form. Deter Clark, who makes the form chart at t Juarez. Dearer, Butte. Vancouver, and other western . tracks, has arrived here with Mrs. Clark for the • running of the Derby at rh.- Downs and will remain throughout the meeting of the New Loade-villo Jockey Club and take in the Kentucky Handi-[ cap at Douglas Park, on Saturday. May 23. Clark s has just returned from an eastern trip and while in New Tort rlsited the nahpire City course, where B he had the pleaaare t loahfiag over the big string - ,,| two-year-old* that trainer K. C. Benson has in charge for James Battler. He said that he never J looked upon a grander lot of youngsters, and if there are not *.m. world-beaters in the collection !: he badly missed his ".uess. Beuson lias in train- " lag at the F.mpiro City course twenty-five head. : including fourteen cits and eleven fillies. Willi , the eleven head now at Churchill Downs, in charge of trainer John Lowe, Mr. Butler has a total of r thirty-sis two-year olds to carry his color- on the ,, tint this season. Some of the local turfmen are ,, wondering just boa good some of the fillies may . be i hat Beii-on has in hi- care, if it is true, as s baa been reported, that several of these fillies . were more promising than was Climber a- a yearling . la-t fall. Climber ha- won all of her four starts. P three of which were la -take-. Some time aga A. D. Steele had an idea that t Thomas Callaway might develop into a Derby Candl-e i. date of some pretentions. He now has no such Ii Idea, l.i.t nadoobtedly that son of Knight of the e Thistle is a fair sort of maiden.

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