Timely Gossip from Kentucky, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-29


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TIMELY GOSSIP FROM KENTUCKY. Cincinnati, O., October 2$. Col. Milton Young, former chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and one of the original members of this turf-governing body, who lias been at Latonia for several days, on departing for his home, announced that he would return here from Lexington for the running of the Latonia Cup, two miles aud a quarter, on Saturday, .November 7. Col. Young, who is one of the most widely known of American breeders, has always been an advocate of long distance racing and an event like the Latonia Cup strongly appeals to him. He stated that he ix-pected to bring some guests with him to see the big race and Manager John Haclnneister will see to it that Col. Young and his party from central Kentucky are properly entertained. Several of tiie Louisville delegation which were here last Saturday will not only be ou hand again at L-atonia on the day of the cup race, but will be here next Saturday for the Autumn Stakes and the other interesting events which Secretary E. W. Maginu has carded for that afternoon. There has never been a uieetiug at Latonia that has been patronized by so many promiueut people from Kentucky as the present autumn meeting at this course. E. It. Bradley has twelve yearlings in training to carry his colors in the important two-year-bid stakes of 1013. He regards this band of five colts and seven fillies as collectively the finest he has ever raised at Idle Hour Farm. The chestnut colt by Cuuard Izeyl, by Hindoo, is the youngster that won the blue ribbon at the Lexington Fair. He is a half brother to Mazuma, a horse that raced well teveral years ago, and upon one occasion ran a mile in 1:39. The other eleven head are: Brown colt by Sain Wayward Lass, by Sir Dixon. Black colt by Sain Eonic, by Eon. Bay colt by Sain Love Not, by Voter. Chestnut colt by Cunard Ella Smith, by Norfolk. Chestnut lilly by Cuuard Sweet Alice, by Flying Dutchman. Black filly by Sain Bandello. by Kingston. Chestnut lilly by Cuuard Sister Caroline, by St. Floriue. Bay lilly by Cunard Follies Bergeres, by Illmyar. Chestnut ally by Voter Busy Lass, by Meddler. Brown filly by Helmet Miss Ringlets, by Handsome. Bay filly by Helmet Stumpy, by Handsome. The colt but of Wayward Lass is a half brother to Bachelor Girl.. Eonic, the dam of the black colt by Sain, won the Burns Handicap of 1102 and is the dam of Peuu and Bell Horse. The colt out of Ella Smith is a brother to Brig and Brigs Brother and a half brother to Brigs Sister, while the Sweet Alice filly is a sister to Bradleys Choice and half sister to Briar Path aud Bobby Buyer. Baudello, the dam of the black lilly by Sam, is a half sister fo Celt and is the dam of Bac and Col. Tom Green. The filly out of Follies Bergeres is closely related to the great horse Frog- i lugs and is a half sister to Bracktowu Belle aud Bars and Stars, while thy filly out of Busy Lass is a half sister to Korfhage and Meulo Park. Miss Riuglets, the dam of the filly by Helmet, has produced Bushv Head and Gold Blade, which was taken to France after being sold for 5,000. The other Helmet filly is out of Stumpy, a mare that was a good stake winner, is a half sister to the high class two-year-old stake winner of this season, Sir Edgar. Mr. Bradley has sold two yearliugs this season. For one Ed. McBrlde paid him ,800. this youngster being a chestnut colt by Cuuard Melton Mowbray, by the English Derby winner Melton. This lilly Is therefore si half sister to Clubs. Insurance Man and Bed of Roses. He has also sold to .1. E. Madden the bay colt by Jack Atkiu Tower of Caudles, by Candlemass. tnat niare being the daiii of the California Derby winner, Turret, Baybcrry Candle and Little Pal. Mr. Bradley also recently sold to Mr. Madden a half Interest in Pastorella, dam of the unbeaten Colin, and her wcnuling chestnut colt, by Voter. Pastorella is now believed to be In foal to Ogdeu. There are sixteen weauliugs this season, aside from this coit. at Idle Hour Farm, including six colts aud ten fillies. Mr. Bradley now has thirty-three broodmares, but he intends to dispose of six of these, including lied of Roses, at the fall sales at Lexington. He means to gradually reduce his mares so as to keep only twenty of : the best. His young horse Helmet look like :i great stud prospect, and Mr. Bradley will give him every chance to prove his merits as a sire. This son of Disguise Is a half brother to Knight Errant, sire of that great three-year-old of 1914, Roanier. A follower of the races who, after some rather rough experience, has fiually reached home from Germany, is now here. Tie saw much racing In that country before the war broke out and said that the greatest hit made there by any jockey this season was scored by George Archibald, wlm was and is under contract to Baron Oppenheimor. He staled that Archibalds skill in the saddle was the talk of the German turf. This far western jockey has now been abroad for several years. His success there affords no surprise to turfmen here, as he rode brilliantly in this country. The hint season he rode here, in 1011, lie won the Kcn-ine!7 TV0J on tUerJdjap.,

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