Good Band In Trainer Brooks Care.: Umensetter Horses Going to Lexington--Cudgel Works a Good Mile., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-04


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GOOD BAND IN TRAINER BROOKS CARE. Umem.ettcr Hor„es Going to Lexington— Cudgel Works a Good Mile. By C A r.ergin. Louisville. Ky.. April :? B. P. Itrooks. well-known local trainer, has in his barn at Chnr-hill Down; a atari aroatisiag bead of berate, priori - dally tWO»] ear olds that are owned by various residents of LoaisviUe. The star of the stable is PleetabeUe, a five-year old mare by Handsel Mowitaka, which will this year, as usual, carry the Colon of .1. Qreeae, a local business man. The mare has only recently arrived bete from New Orteaas, at which track she wen two raeea. Sin-is la splendid condition, and will be fit and ready to fill her many stake engagements on the Kestuckj tracks t J » I — spring and eext sunnier. King Belle, a maiden three year-. dd by King Olympi in eliding Belle, is the property ef trainer Brooks. She baa beea working fast ami should aaaex qalte a few parses this year. The liest of the two year olds are War Horse. a bay gelding by Bearcatcher Lizzie Gibaaa, which is also award by Brooke; Miss Agaes, rhestnat flBj by Barathea Natalie d.. the property of .i. v I.ell: Daddy Hoibert. lay roll by Little Batch Ilanst i.. and a brown colt by lb Imet Whats Left, whioi uill ran in th" colon of T. R. Sharp ■■ Wks, :•; 1 .til of service, is one of the oldest trainers at the Downs, lb- started in tiie ha loess ■way bark in 18N, .nil far sereateea years trained He- stable ef W. P. Sohuite. foroier presid-nt o the Sew Leabtrille Jockey Club. He has trained sack bora as Baits, wiaaer of the Clark Uaadl cap, Zi a. hi. v. oner of the Clipselta and other stakes, Hiding Hollo, King Olympian aud ether freqaeat wiaa !•;. lease ConaoUy, the former colored rider, who rode wiih eoaaiderabie success teas than tea yean ago. w lo n he was kii-.wn a- "Long Shot Cuinolly." owing to his trick for bringing Lome in front 1 ng-priced horsi s. is now employed as exercfa • bov with the stable of Dick Williams. He gallops Howard Oofs* English bred Derby tligible, AtweB, in all of hi-, work-oats. TJir.encetter Hor-cs for Lexington Racing. Joe ITaaeaaetter has decided to ship his entire stable now in training ken to Lexington for tie sprlag meeting at that place. The consignment will i "a, arise Crover Hughes. Paariaatxag, Billy Joe. Trappeid ami arrenj two year-olds. Geo. . Len . he Derby candidate that Imcnsetter is training for Peatce and Henry, will also be taken along for the aarpaaa of giving him a race or two prior to hla start in the Derby. "Babe" Hard, tin- etd-tbae calowa jockey, who first aihievcd fame the day he rede Apollo to victory in the Kentucky Derby of 1ssi . is stili living aid hale and hearty. At present he is training a small stable at th- Downs. Cudgel, one of .1. W. S.iiorrs Derby cligihlos. was sent a mile .vesterday on a nnvldv trick at Doug las Park, and pulled up at the end without taking i long breath. lb- orered the dtetaaea in 1.-17. and ran as though he relished the going. Terry OMalley, tin Chicago turfman, arrived today from Hot Springs, and will remain until it is Gate to go to Lei lag lea. At present he dan a t own bones, although he is in the market lor a oopie of two year-olds. W..K r .lenning;. in charge of the A. K. Ma comber stable, now at Chart* stun. S. C. has noti-ried general m.inagir Matt .1. Winn that the stable would reach CharcbBI Dowas tiie latt r part of the p.vs.nt week.

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