Arrivals at the Louisville Tracks: Horses from Hot Springs Reach Churchill Downs and Douglas Park-Frach to Ride for J. Stearns, Daily Racing Form, 1918-04-06


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ARRIVALS AT THE LOUISVILLE TRACKS Horses from Hot Springs Reach Churchill Downs and Douglas Park — Frach to Ride for J. Stearns. Louisville, Ky., April 5. — The tide from the winter tracks toward this city is largely coining in and fresh arrivals of horses are being unloaded each day. Yesterday witnessed the arrival of a apeak*] horse train from Hot Springs, consisting of six carloads, four of which continued on their way to Lexington. The horses unloaded here comprised the stables of John Lowe. H. J. Seideneck. F. S. Fogg. G. M. Van Gorden. L. F. Marshall. Miller Henderson and K. Pitt. Emil Herz Kentucky Derby candidate. High Cost, was also among the consignment. He arrived in good condition and is now under the care of trainer Jack Flauigan. The Marshall consignment consisted of ten horses, embracing Marie Miller, Courtship, Lottery, Leicester. Lady Longfellow, Passing Fancy, John Hurie. Merry Twinkle, Precision and Lord Byron. The stables jockey. Mulcahy. arrived at the same time. The Seideneck and Fogg list included Thornwood. Turco. Flapper. John Hyner and Gaffney Girl. The shipment was in charge of trainer E. C. Crockett, as owner Seideneck decided to go to his home in Chicago. The only horses that K. Pitt brought were Daddy Holhcrt and Kilkenny. Mr. Van Gorden brought three, including Marian Roberts and Janice Roberts, both three-year-olds, and a two-year-old chestnut colt by General Roberts — Rose Cherry, which has been named Silvery Light. These horses were all bred at the Van Gorden stud in California and are all by General Roberts. Mr. Van Gorden. who is one of the oldest horsemen in this country, will attend to the training of his youngsters. The Miller Henderson bnnd consisted of Grundy, winner of two races at Hot Springs, Beaverkill and a couple of two-year-olds. One of these is a bay filly by Cock o the- Walk — Kerr and has been named First Pullet. The other is a chestnut colt by Jack Atkin— Anna Kay. The horses that Henderson took to Hot Springs for Frederick Johnson were turned over to William Martin previous to Hendersons leaving there. Among the horsemen to get in from Hot Springs were Willie Goose, who campaigned Parrish successfully, onlv to lose the colt in a selling race. R. J. Powers is another recent arrival from Hot Springs. Joseph Stern, who recently purchased a number of two-year-olds from Willis Shnrpe Kilmer, with the idea of re-entering racing as an owner, lias engaged jockey J. Frach to ride for him. The jockey-is due here in a few days.

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