E. R. Bradley Stable: Master of Idle Hour Farm to Have Formidable Aggregation, Daily Racing Form, 1924-02-20


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E. R. BRADLEY STABLE Master of Idle Hour Farm to Have. Formidable Aggregation. Beau Butler a Derby Candidate Fine Band of Promising Two-Year-Olds. LEXINGTON, Ky., Feb. 19. One of th most successful of Kentucky turfmen is E, R. Bradley, master of Idle Hour Stock Farm, where the good horses that carry the silks oC that popular sportsman are bred and raised-j Last year the Bradley stable finished seventh on the list of winning owners in this country with a total of thirty-four races and 04,-C66 in stakes and purses to its credit. lit 1922 the Idle Hour Stock Farm was eightlt on the list with a record of twenty-nine races won and 4,218 in stable earnings. Tho best record of the Bradley establishment was made in 1921, when it finished fourth witli 37,629 to its credit. That was the year that the master of Idle Hour Stock Farm realized the lifelong aspiration of every Kentucky breeder and owner when his two fine colts. Behave Yourself and Black Servant swept home first and second in the Kentucky Derby. The 1923 Idle Hour Stock Farm stable waa a large one, numbering some thirty-six: horses, . the majority -of which were young and promising racers. Black Servant, a real high-class horse, raced but a few times last year and is now in the stud, together with North Star III., Behave Yourself and Black Toney. The old stars are gone, but new ones are sparkling in the Bradley firmament and with the new crop of young racers from Idle Hour Stock Farm there is no reason, why this Kentucky establishment should not figure prominently in the racing of 1924. Beau Butlers easy victory in the rich rimlico Futurity, worth 4,030 to the winner, in which he beat fifteen high-class two-year-olds and ran the mile in 1:395, stamps this son of Black Toney as a likely candidate for the Kentucky Derby and presumably he will be the main dependence of the Bradley stable, though there are several other three-year-olds in the establishment that are expected to improve on their two-year-old showing. From Idle Hour comes word that the 1921 baby racers that will carry tho Bradley silkn this year, are an unusually promising baivl of young horses, near relatives of Busy Signal, Brotherly Love, Bet Mosie, Beau Butler,, Miss Jemima and others. Manager Barry Shannon has sent in tlia-list of the names of the juveniles and, as. heretofore, all the names begin with tha letter B. Here is the list: Blue -Warbler, ch. f, liy North Star III. May Bird. Bandana Days, cli. f, by North Star III. Love-not. Boones Knoll, br. c, by Brown Prince II. Macaroon-Buttin In. b. e, by Helmet Acutissima. Broken Toy, b. f, by Black Toney Badoura II. Benedict Vow, ch. c, by North Star III. Believe Mo; Boys. Blended, b. f, by Helmet Killanna. Boo IIoo, br. f, by McKinley Fribble. Bounder, eh. c, by North Star III. Blushing Beauty.. Bill Strap, b. c, by North Star III. Serelia. By IMay, ch. c, by All Gold or Fair Ilay Bed of ltoses. Beauty Slave, br. f, by Black Toney radula. Bee Line, b. f, by North Star III. Santa Anna H.. Broadcast, b. c, by Brown Prince II. Sweet Alice-Broadway Jones, b. e, by Black Toney Vaila. Buoyant, b. f. by Mont dOr II. Busy Joe. Buckwheat Cake, ch. I, by North Star III. Batterr Cake. Booster, br. c, by Black Toney Bulldoze. Babbling Brook, b. f, by Black Uouey Lakelet. Betelgucuc, ch. e, by North Star III. Tranid.

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