Churchill Downs: Items Of Interest From Famed Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-14

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CHURCHILL DOWNS ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM FAMED KENTUCKY TRACK LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 13. Fair View and Novelty will run in the colors of O, P. Holloway. Boo Boo, Require and Winnie OWynn have been placed on the schooling list. Dave Vititoe arrived Tuesday morning from New Orleans and stated that a special train would be run from that city for the Derby. Delay in bringing Widgeon to the paddock in the opening race cost trainer M. Lowen-stein 5, the amount he was fined by the stewards. Thomas C. Bradley, general manager of the Iexington track, was among the visitors this afternoon. He is regaining his health slowly but steadily. Stake blanks for the Raceland meeting, which opens July 10 and rung to August 2, have been received and distributed among the horsemen. Kntries close May 24. Lloyd Gentry has arrived with three horses at Douglas Park. The list comprises Macbeth, By Gosh, and Invasion, a two-year-old filly by Colonel Vennie — Amazon. Word was received Tuesday from trainer Alec Cordon that he would ship Nellie Morse, the Preakness winner, to Churchill Downs to fill her engagement in the Kentucky Oaks. The license committee approved the license of George Kllis, apprentice jockey, under contract to O. A. Hartwell, and the application of Lloyd Gentry as authorized agent for J. B. Respess. D. T. Matlack, well known breeder and owner of Winchester, Ky., is among the early arrivals for the Derby. W. II. White-house, Cincinnati jeweler and owner of a stable in charge of I,on Johnson, is also a recent arrival for the Derby. Guest of Honor, which suffered an infection to one of his legs in the Camden Handicap at Iexington, is recovering rapidly from the ailment and trainer Jack Melher-son is hopeful of having him ready to start in the rich Grainger Memorial Handicap, to be run May 24. The first of the eastern notable turfmen to arrive consisted of Messrs. Gocrge H. Bull, secretary of the Saratoga Pacing Association : comptroller Flemming, Thomas Cos-tiRan, Kdward Adams, William Stafford and Charles Terriet They came in their private car and will remain for a few days after the Derby running. Jockey Mack Garner, who went to Pim-lico to ride Wise Counsellor in the Preak-■flca Stakes, returned here Tuesday morning. He had a chance to get another mount in the race whin Wise Counsellor was withdrawn, but declined the invitation. Garner said that Wise Counsellor was probably knocked out by his last trial of a half mile in :46. and lost much weight in the two following days. Garner said that the colt had been sent to Aqueduct to rejoin the other horses of the Ward stable.

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