Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-27


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF John F Schorr trainer of the E B McLean stable has written from Baltimore to Louisville asking that fifteen stalls be reserved at Churchill Downs for tiie horses that lie will ship to that track April 2 2Claude Claude Jluut who formerly rode for Kay Spence but who has been out of the saddle for some time expects to resume riding this spring He is now in the employ of Joe Imensctter and will probably ride for that trainer trainerJockey Jockey Joe Kederis who has been employed gal ¬ loping horses all winter for Miller Henderson and who was to ride for that owner during the coming season has left Hendersons employ and is seeking another engagement Henderson is on the lookout for another rider riderMoneymaker Moneymaker now a sixyearold and Redlita V a fouryearold which were turned put at Lou Jones farm all winter have been taken up and put into training at Churchill Downs as a pnrt of the stable of W F Knebelkamp Moneymaker is jointly owned by Kiiekelkamp and Kay Spence while the latter is the sole owner of Redlita V VAfter After an absence of four years from an English race course LieutenantColonel C J Coventry was present at Lingfield Park in February where he would have acted is starter if the meeting had not been postponed When serving with the Worcestershire Yeomanry LieutenantColonel Coy entry was taken prisoner and returned to England in January Rallys Magazine MagazineThe The stable of G A Marshall in charge of his brother Louis is a recent arrival at Churchill Downs from Xew Orleans The stable comprises eight horses including Courtship and Marie Miller both good winners on the Crescent City track Lot ¬ tery Lady Longfellow Passing Fancy John Hurie Leicester and Dioscoride The stable lost Lottery in u claiming race but recovered the horse by the same route routeGeneral General manager Robert L Maker of the Lexing ¬ ton track has announced that he has been instructed by the Kentucky Jockey Club to make a number of minor improvements at the Lexington track but that the question of constructing a couple of new stables has been put aside until after the spring meeting It will be the program to give preference in the matter of stable room to owners who have stake engagements

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