Bladleys Racing Plans: Eleven Horses Will Comprise the Eastern Division-Black Servant Again in Training, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-21


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BLADLEYS RACING PLAINS Eleven Horses Will Comprise the Eastern Division — Black Servant Again in Training. NEW YORK, N. Y.. April 20.— R R. Bradley, master of Idle Hour Stock Farm, is an arrival here for a weeks visit. Kleven of the Bradley horses will be campaigned at Havre de Grace by William Hurley. These will remain in the East throughout the season and will constitute the second division of the stable. Blue Monday, which was in the Havre de Grace consignment, was stricken with pneumonia en route and was taken from the car at Cincinnati. He later succumbed to the illness. Lawrence Lyke will do the stable riding in the Last. It is Mr. Bradleys intention to campaign the main division of his stable in Kentucky as usual this year. The Kentucky division will be made up of twenty-five horses and will include Blossom Time, the filly that won a division of the Pimlieo Futurity for the Bradley establishment last fall. Blossom Time, it has been practically decided, will be the chief dependence of the Bradley stable for the Kentucky Derby. The other candidates in the stable, it seems, have hardly shown enough in their early preparation to justify serious consideration for the big race. Another star in the Bradley stable is Black Servant, which is going soundly again in his training after being absent from racing since 1921. At his best. Black Servant, is a high-class handicap horse and great things are expected of him this year if he trains on. Mr. Bradley reports that Padua has given birth to the first foal by the Kentucky Derby winner Behave Yourself at Idle Hour Farm. . . _#

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