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j i a j I l j a i j . 1 : i i i , . ■ , 1 , • ; 1 i . . - . » ". GOSSIP AND COMMENT FROM KENTUCKY. finals 1 llii . Ky.. May IB. Bioaiewlna, by h r series of three brilliant i. lories iu the Ashland Oaks, the Blue Grass Stakes, and the Kentucky Oaks. lo..ms up as a contender for honor iu the coming I.atonia Derby though her weight in that event at one mile and a half will be 124 pounds. Broaaewlng races as u the farther the distance the lietter it suits her. Broaaewlng cost A. P. Humphrey, Jr. S2 M as yearling, she is easily the beat af ber sei and age now on the turf, in appearance Bronaewing is a trim cut lilly of the greyhound iv|m-. She is a stew beginner in her race-, although in her morning trials she can sprint fast Then, however, ber rider .an always balance ber properly as she breaks, which cannot always lie done in a race. Once she . is settled in her si ride she loses ground fast and apparent ly can run all the quarters in a race alike. Her trainer. Han Kehan has had marked success with horses In the last tew years. Casey Jones 1 baring been another of his good developments. He j also brought Sir Cateshy hack to the races as an old horse good enough to wta the I.atonia Cup last season. Besides the i.atonia Deiay, Rroasewing is entered iu other events at Latonia. including ; the Inaugural and Independence Handicaps and the Merchants stake-. There is little likelihood of • her starting In the latter event, as it is of the selling . variety, and she i- out of that class now. Trainer John I. Schorr picked Bronaewing but fall as the host prospect for a three-year-old lilly Of oaks .lass this season. The Schorr stalde has 1 no three-year "hi Ally ami for that reaon young .Mr. Schorr tried to secure that daughter of Stalwart. lie was advised that her owner, A. P. Humphrey, Jr.. would not sell any performer of promise for any reasonable amount. Mr. Humphrey is a member f of a distinguished family of this city and is a 1 graduate at law. In fact In- started his career ill 1 Hint profession, hut the attraction of an outdoor life and the fact that he is himself a j.o »1 rider ,. Caused him to take to horses a- a recreation. For . while he eonlhn d his operations to thoroughbreds . for hunters, he being a skilled rider through the . field and over I he fences, hut later on he drifted ! into racing, and he is in it now to st;iv. J. C. Milam did not start his k.khI lillv. Maud 1 B. I... in the Kentucky oaks, though that daughter r of Star Shoot worked Impressirely for him for the ■ race. His reason was that Broaaewlng came .nil a i few minutes after he had worked Maud I.. I., and I chile she did not work a- f.i-t as his lilly. her per forinance was far more impressio and he made up . his mind thai Maud K. 1.. nor no otter filly in train in-; of iliis age has .-my business with the daughter of Stalwart. Milam expects to win some races ■ at Dossrlas Park and I.atonia with Maud K. I... hul 1 he is not banting any contest for bet with Bronae-a inc. Trainer William Sallee feels sure that he will 1 bring 1". J. Pons Judge Wright hack to the races iii winning form. The grant four-year-old has been showing abandaat apeed in his trials so far ami invariahly pulls up sound. This son of Superman has not started store he was a two-year old in I 1012. He was unbeaten that season and went wrong ! iu trainiag before it was actually known just how good he really was. He was hailed as a champion and Sallee now thinks, as docs owner Pons, that t he will shine his year as one of the greatest her- ses in frainiiifr. He is a grand looking horse and covers the ground in his work like a piece of machinery. It he stands tralaing it probably will take a xreat lmrso to heat him. Tile Keiitui ky Handicap betas over, interest , centers in the Memorial Handicap, ,000 added. • si furlongs, to be run Saturday. The weights for this uveal will he announced Thursday and d among the ifty entries are some of the sp.-e.licst t sprinters in training, Utcuading Knots and Saddle, Hawthorn. Casiiarina. Bringhurst, ileal Britain. Casey Jones. SebagO, Seiuprite. Presunipl ion. The Widow M I.eochar.s. Lake Mcl.uke. Hodge, W uilhite and Meridian. Caugh Hill, last seasons „ winner of this event, is eligible, hut the reffjort I is entreat that this great son of Caugbnawagi ■ has nane wrong agate in training. In the absence of Secretary E. W. Marina, nix assistant. Jack Campbell, is doing effective work k in ti dice at Douglas Park, lie has long been n familiar with I he duties required of him and is s well equipped to till the place earing the enforced j absence ..f Secretary Baginn, who will he aide to ,, resume his duties awrteg the cteateg .lays of the meeting. Trainer John Lowe has shipped to Lexington to 0 be rested until Tall, three of the two year -olds he ,. has been training for the eastern turfman. James s Butler. They are Skip. Mind the Paint and Apple. All the oiii.r Butler Juveniles in John Lowes stable. Including the unbeaten tilly. Climber, winner of four slakes in live races won, will remain in Kentucky to race at Douglas Park and Latonia. "Spider" Allen look these three year olds to l.. ington for trainer Lowe and will go from there ,. to New Vork in charge of the seven yearlings h recently purchased f..r Mr. P.uiler by Price Be Kinney. Tbej will be looked after in the east by „ trainer Richard Benson. Mr. P.uiler is slill in j, the market to secure any prosahung racing pros ; I eels t.. fortify his Stable for the two year-old ,1 racing of Kilo. Trainer Lowe hopes to have Lust ,t Coin, the much-talkeii-of Butler two year-old. till II his I.atonia engagements, which include the Harold ,1 Stakes and the Cincinnati Trophy. The son of 1 Ultimas is alllicto.l with splints. II. I. Wilson, manager of the P.utte and A11a.on.la a race tracks in Montana, has c nrar.1 d Dr. . Cann u I- otliciale as paddock Judge at the Montana ., courses. W. S. Ilcith. who sold his good three -year-old, I, Othello, in a recent paddock sale at Churchill II Downs, has for the time Iwdmr retired from the lurf to promote an autoinohile patent in which he ,. has an intere-l.