More Rain At Louisville: Yung Ching a Sick Horse When Taken Off Cars from New Orleans., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-13


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j MORE RAIN AT LOUISVILLE Yung Ching a Sick Horse When Taken Off Cars from New Orleans LOUISVILLE Ky March I Another heavy rain visited this section last night and as a result the two local nice tracks were deep in mud this morning There was no letup in training operations at Douglas Park despite the adverse conditions the usual large number of horses being out for exercise gallops but at Churchill Downs only a few were on the track trackArrivals Arrivals from Shroveport IJL today included former jockey lark Hanover with Madras Ging ¬ ham owned by Milton Hciser of this city Dave Nicol with Sclinn and Carrie Maker belonging to Uoscoe Goose and John Huffman with his three yearold filly Mary Fonso and K Tiny Wil ¬ liams also a former rider Joined the Douglas Park colony with three horses yesterday yesterdayYung Yung Ching the best of the M J Lowenstein horses was taken off the cars in a bad way after his journey from New Orleans and he has had a high temperature since his arrival The attend ¬ ing veterinarian said that lie expected the crisis in the horses condition to be passed today Mose Lowcnstcin will send to Lexington the first part of the coming week for Paul Weidel and Mleniished which were wintered by John O Whitlow and they will be put in active training at Dougbis Park ParkJockey Jockey Kddie Martin has become affiliated with the division of the Harry Payne Whitney stable in charge of Thomas P Hayes at Lexington LexingtonThomas Thomas M Murphy reports the arrival of two foals at his farm just outside this city One is a chestnut colt by Golden Maxim Mary Modine and the oilier a bay filly by the same sire dam Green Dawn Murphy has sixteen mares yet to foal nine of which were mated with Golden Maxim and the other seven with Moots and Saddle SaddleJockeys Jockeys George Stack andF Smith came in from New Orleans while Newton Itarrctt is an arrival from his home in Lexington LexingtonKay Kay Spence is training the threeyearold Itrncc Dudley for W F Jvhcbclkniup owner of the Louisville Paseball Club pending the arrival of the hitters regular trainer W II Fjnnogan from Havana This Is dim of the largest horses of lils nil inthft jioiinlry Jockey lub has chosen the nume Commander McMeeliii Cir one of his twoyearold colts by Peter Quince Fallal in compliment to Sam 11 McMeekiii wellknown local sporting editor anil coininaitdpr of Jefferson Post American Legion in this city Jockey W J OMrlen who has IRCII here for a month or tfiore plans to ride at Mowle and llavri de Grace returning to Kentucky for the Church ¬ ill Downs amlLatonla meetings He will ride free lance this year J W May has only one horse in training here i twoyearold which he wintered at Douglas Park May has been engaged in the laundry business in this city since last autumn and liis venture is proving a success He expects to in ¬ crease his thoroughbred holdings in the neai future however howeverFlags Flags Lloyd Gentrys good pprinter which was very unruly last year is again evincing a sour disposition in his preliminary training and at times even refuses to move when an effort is made to gallop him himSherman Sherman Goodpastcr secretary and treasurer of the Kentucky Jockey Club was an arrival today from his home in Frankfort Ky

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