Mud Runners At Lexington: Grover Hughes Wins Brewers Stakes In Good Time.; Back Bay an Easy Winner--Robert Bradleys Improvement Under Investigation--Notes and Gossip of the Days Racing., Daily Racing Form, 1915-05-04


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MUD RUNNERS AT LEXINGTON GROVEE HUGHES WINS BREWERS STAKES IN GOOD TIME Back Bay an Easy Winner Robert Bradlcys Im ¬ provement Under Investigation Notes and Gossip of tbo Bays Racing Lexington Ky May 3 The Brewers StaUes at one mile under selling conditions and worth 1217 to tlie winner of which flUUO was added by the association held the palcc of honor on todayB card of seven races and it furnished a victory for Grover Hughes over Stout Heart and Linden thai The winner was suited by the soft going and drew out from his opposition during the stretch racing racingFollowing Following last nights hard rain the track was a bit heavy and the changed going accounted for the many withdrawals The handicap at six fur ¬ longs suffered particularly by the absence of Iron Mask and Manager Wuite The Livingston crack was to have made Ills appearance for the lirst time since contracting an ailment after Ills winning performance here hist spring but trainer Brandt refused to risk him over the track and secured the stewards permission to withdraw him Back Bay easily proved best over liars and Stars WHhlt remaining to make the contest and the order of the liuish was maintained from the start Favorites again had a difficult road Birka upset calculations in the opener but Mary II made good in the second Bcttertons success in the fifth profited hi connec ¬ tions while the public lost heavily by Ploasurc villes failure Jockey Butwell scored his lirst victory when lie brought Marshon home in clever fashion after that horse appeared hopelessly beaten The rider was given a big ovation on his return to the stand standFollowing Following Thonghtreadors victory in the closing dash trainer Herman Brandt acting for Jeffer ¬ son Livingston bid him up SGOO over his entered price of 400 but failed to get him The bidding was in retaliation for Erbs claiming Sosius re ¬ cently centlyThe The Quincy Stable horses were shipped to Louis ¬ ville yesterday Jack Atlkins left this morning for Churchill Downs with the I J Mackenzie horses Charles H Hughes will ship the John II Slemper Jr string of four tomorrow In the same car will go Mose Goldblatts string Lew Marions Oda May and a couple from W J Youngs stable The re ¬ mainder of the Young horses will go Wednesday The E R Bradley stable is to lie shipped to morrow G Yin like and P M Civill have engaged cars for Wednesday T C McDowell and lallaher Bros will go over Thursday The John V Schorr horses arc booked to leave Friday but they may be nbje to get out Thursday The atn applies to W L Lewis T C McDowell today announced that he will lave no starter in the Kentucky Derby Manager Waito is not ready for such a race He will he pointed howeverMo for the Latonla Derby however Mo e Goldblatt this morning bought from Martin loyle of Paris the twoyearold chestnut gelding Ball Band by Orimar Lulu M dam of Gold Dust DustThe The judges are looking into the running of Robert Bradley at this meeting His race on Saturday In the Camdcn Handicap was much f f an improvement over his previous efforts Laek roses inconsistencies are also said to bo a subject of inquiryP inquiry P M Civill has arranged to turn out Robert Kay at Walter Paynes farm farmFred Fred Goods Orgetorlx Is sick sickJack Jack Ellis ran up Mary II 200 after tlie second race but John Huffman retained her for 505 505Jockey Jockey Lilley is the latest to join the riding colony colonyAccording According to jockey Butwell Andrew Miller Js desirous of obtaining the colt George Smith and has made a big offer for him himTrainers Trainers were enabled to give their charges useful workouts Sunday morning on a fast track but hard rains which fell at night caused a whole ¬ sale suspension of training operations tills morn ¬ ing on account of the muddy going Those horses which did work were forced to run around tue dogs Among the best trials of Sunday were wereAfrican African Beau Mile in 153 Baylierry 153Baylierry Candle Threequarters in 122 Baby 122Baby Gil Threeeighths in T Beach TBeach Comber Half in 53 Coppertown 53Coppertown Mile in 147 Conning 147Conning Tower Milo in 141 Charmeuse 141Charmeuse 51Bark Half mile in 51 Bark Flower Mile In 143 Edith 121First W Threequarters in 121 First 52Fiunlee Degree Half mile in 52 37Hocnlr Fiunlee Threeeighths In 37 51Helen Hocnlr Half mile in 51 Helen Barhec Threemariers in 11S 11SKato Kato K Fiveeighths in 110 110Leo Leo Skolny Mile in 144 Liberator 144Liberator Mile in 140 140Miss Miss 30Othello Krntcr Threeeighths in 30 Othello 40Oroen Half mile in 40 Oroen Half mile In 52 52Phosphor Phosphor Mile and an eighth in 204 Presumption Half mile in 50 Sprndel Throequarters in 118 Sea Shell Threequarters in 113 113The The 122Waterblossom Norman Threequarters in 122 Waterblossom Mile In 151 151Wllhite Wllhite Half mile in 49 49Workouts Workouts over this mornings muddy track and around the dogs were 42Buck Big Dipper Threeeighths in 42 Buck Kienon Mile in 150 150Emerson Emerson 5Fort Coohran Half mile in 5 Fort Sum ter Threeeighths in 44 Gipsev 44Gipsev George Fiveeighths in 104 George 104George D Five and a half furlongs In 114 Hawthorn 114Hawthorn Half mile in 53 53Korfhage Korfhage Threeeighths in 45 45Kilday Kilday Threequarters in 125 125Liberator Liberator Mth and an eighth in 204 Manager 204Manager Walte Mile and a quarter In 223 Sharpshooter 223Sharpshooter Half mile In 2 2The The Grader Half mile in 52 52Tillios 25Transit Tillios Nightmare Onequarter in 25 Transit Threeeighths in 40

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