Wants a Kentucky Derby Candidate.: Madden May Provide the One Desired-a Missouri Breeders Racing Outfit, Daily Racing Form, 1917-03-24


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WANTS A KENTUCKY DEREY CANDIDATE. Madden May Frovide the One Desired — A Missouri Breeders Racing Outfit. By Charles A. I.ergin. Louisville. Ky.. March 2Sv— W. B. Riddle, a wealthy Philadelphia sportsman and proprietor of the Glen Kiddle Farm stabh-. is anxious to have a representative in this years renewal of the Kentucky Derby and. with that laudable object in vie W, he- has e-omiai -sinned his trainer. W. II. Karrie -k. to secure, if possible, sue or more of the eligibles to the big Churchill Downs race. In epic st of promising candidates. Karrick arrived here this morning from New York and met J. K. Madden by appointment at the Downs. The queathm of the purchase of Maddeni pair of eligibles— Milkman ami Defence — was discussed and. after Karrick hud Inspected them, the colts were- cantered for his benefit. While he- was much imprcss-d by their appearance, .Mr. Karrick would not commit nimm If to any definite statement regarding the parens -of the; colts, or the price- asked by their owner. It is understood he- will make a favorable report to Mr. Iti-clle. upon his return e-ast. Karrick was even more favorably inipre- s--d with the- looks of tin- four-year old Hendrie, also in the Madden barn. He expressed a de-sire- to purchase him. but the- price aske-el by Mr. Mailden. it was said, was altogether too high to pel mil of further negotiations. Madden is reported to nave re fus.-el a big offer for this colt at Saratoga last summer. He- is n chestnut colt, by Star Shoot — •range and Bine, nnd was bred by Clay Brothers. Madden bought him as a yearling and values him highly. Mr. Karrick already has one Darby candidate that he is training feu- II. K. Knapp, a member of In- Joe ke-y Club. This celt is The- Knocker, which i- u.w at Belmont Park, together with forty -five other horses that Karrick has in charge-. In addition to the establishments of Messrs. Kbl-elle anil Knapp. Karriek is caring for the horse, of Schnyh r L. Parsons. Tie- filly Koh i Near, new in training for the Derby at tie- Downs in charge of Jack o.ildsborough. L Mr. Pnraoua candidate for tic- Derby. Sin- was turned over to her pieec.nl trainer several weeks ago by Mr. Karriek. In the event Dial Mr. Kiddle succeeds in purchasing a Dstfap eed:. n is Hi, igithn liUi-iy that Beldsbsr ougli v. ill be placed ill charge of his training. During his short stay he-re. Mr. Karrick toe.k occasion to compliment local trainers tiver the- favorable conditions at both local eeuenea. In caenpar bag these to Belmont Lark he eleclareel that it would take the latter track over three- weeks to git into the pn seni splendid condition of the- local tracks. Training operattona here- arc- fully a month ahead of those in tin- cast, according to Mr. Karriek. who believea the Kentucky trainers will bnv all tin- best of it in the early spring luxctlnril around New York. Promising Racers from Missouri. . A. Jom-s. the Missouri breeder and owner, is at Douglas Iark with ten of the- best young horses quartered at tiiat track. All of them are the produce of the breeding establishment of Mr. Jones. situated near Paiaell, Mo., which was established by the elder Jones something like twenty year* ago. At this place Mr. Jones has no less than thirty -eight mares and a dozen useful stallions, including such as Ilarrigan. Waldo. Blues, Rapid Water ami Beth, Among the mares are Princess Tnlane, dam of Julia L. : Mae Krwin. dam of Bob Hensley; Bevenfull ami Top Note-. As a rule- Mr. Jones, who is probably the youngest breeder in the country, diepoaea of his colts nnd fillies in preferi nee- to racing them. Heretofore, when he has campaigned a stable- it has been a -mill one-, but this year be intends to enlarge the-•cope of his racing operatic na and he is already on paring for a busy scas-m on the Kentucky track-, ami afterwards on the Metropolitan courses. His establishment at present rumpriees a couple of three-year-olds and eight two-year-olds. Tin-best of them lire probably Walter Bant, a colt by Ilarrigan Willie- T.. a Waldo filly that has been named Alphia Kay and ;: roan filly by Ilarrigan for whii-h the nam ■ Carrie Margaret has be in selected. Mr. Jones believes these three are in tin- first flight af western bred two-year-otda nnd baa entered them in all if the Kentucky juvenile stakes. Following is t!ie c plate list of the stables youngsters : Adeline I,.. eh. f. : . by Rapid Water- Mae Krwia. Tangling, b. f. 3, by Harrigin Dandy Dancer. Alphia Bay, b. f. l by Waldo BevenfuU, Uveas, ch. e-. 2, by Bra -s Budora. Carrie Margaret, in. f, L by Ilarrigan — Bottie Fuller. Frances Louise, ch. f, ~, by Ilarrigan — T nder Bloom. New Orleans, b. f. ". by Waldo Orh-an. reaper, Ch. C, -. by Ilarrigan Day Fee p. Saye-th. c!i. c. i. by Beth -Mnttie Kenan Walter Beat, ch, e. g, by Harrigaa— Willie T.

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