Churchill Downs: Items Of Interest From Famed Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-13


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| I • I CHURCHILL DOWNS ! ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM FAMED KENTUCKY TRACK LOriSVII.LK Ky.. May 12. Jockey Tvan Parke will be kept in the Kast until Wednesday and report here Thursday. May Bird foaled a colt Saturday at Little Hour Farm. The sire of the colt is Black Toney. Black Cold was worked a half mile Monday morning in :."»4%. The work was over a very ditlictilt track. It has been decided that scratch time on Derby day shall be at S oclock, an hour earlier than on other days. Zahra. bv Mazasran — My Beauty, foaled a celt to Atheling II.. at I,eona farm. The mare will be bred to Luke McLuke. Frank J. Bru n. general manager of the Oriental Park track in Havana, accompanied by Nat Kvans, will arrive here Wednesday. A meeting of the Thoroughbred H.rse As-I sociation will be held at the leather room of the Seelbach Hotel Thursday, May 15, at ! 8 p. BV Jockey O. Pernia. who crime from Havana. liba. yesterday, will ride for Frederick Johnson. He rode with success in Havana during the winter. Bialto will be shipped here from Jamaica to be raced and trained by C. Phillips. Jockey J- Corcoran is also to come here to ride for the Qreeatree Stable. Medina, a three-year-old filly, owned by Allie W. Young, will be out of raring for some time, due to an injury to one of her legs, sustained when she struck herself in her stall. Word came this afternoon that Sam C Hildreth would ship .Mail IMay and Bracadale from Pimlico tomorrow ami the colts would airive the following day. Sande and Fator will come with the horses. The following notice has b»en posted in the racing secretarys office: "Horses for racing will not be admitted to the paddoek unless their attendants have the white admission slips, which can be procured at the racing secretarys office." According to railroad officials here, prep-atationa are tinder way to park 194 private cars that will travel over two of the rail-reads leading into here. Other railroads will also handle many private cars in addition to their regular pullman toadies. Finding that Peter Maloney has not shown enough to warrant him being named as a I erby starter, owner Ben Block has decided to send Thoradale West to carry his colors in the big haee. The colt is due to reach h« re Wednesday in charge of Fred Bwlew, I who Inlaw d Morvich for his winning Derby engagement. Derby visitors have already started to crowd this -ity. Among Mondays arrivals was It. A. Fairbairn. Ic -presid- nt of the National Biscuit Ccmpan . of .Vw York, and i who owns a number of high grade two yesr- |oMa being trained by Jack Mcpherson. Mr. Fairbairn only recently embarked in the i business of racing. Mrs. Payne Whitneys Wild Aster is the I first of the Hesters derby invaders to report here. The Strapping son of lltimus an I j Plume detrained late Buada night, having I come in charge of Scott Harlan. Jockey 1". , liilctti. who will ride the gelding in his I i:gagements here, got in on the same train. I Trainer Harlan had Wild Aster on the track this morning and galloped him around the | Course a couple of times. The gliding appeared to be fit and ready.

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