Churchill Downs: Items of Interest from Famed Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-20


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I | j j j i I I : I I I | I j ; j I I CHURCHILL DOWNS ; _z = = ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM FAMED KENTUCKY TRACK Flyatit and Evelyn have been added to the schooling list. The license of X. Brenner as authorized agent for M. McFadyen has been revoked. Fred Musante has sent his gocd mare My Dear to P. T. Chinns Himyard Stud to be bred. The eastern horses which started in the Derby were shipped from Louisville on Sunday, Beau Butler will be sent East scon to fill his engagement in the 0,000 Belmont Stakes. Jim Everman on Sunday transferred his stable of thirteen horses from Douglas Park to Churchill Downs. The stable of Frederick Johnson, together with that of John Lowe, was shipped Sunday morning to Belmont Park. Julius G. Recder is in receipt of quite a number of entries to the Windsor Jockey Club Stakes, which close Tuesday. The stables of T. C. McDowell and H. P. Gardner, in charge of Jack Howard, arrived at the Downs Sunday morning from Lexing-I ton. Thomas Loher, well-known animal painter, has been commissioned to paint a picture of Black Gold by J. D. Mooney, who has ridden the colt in all of his races this year. The stewards have directed that no further entries be received of horses owned by M. McFadyen until he establishes to the satisfaction of the stewards the ownership of such horses. Prior to his departure for Xew York Frank J. Bruen made the announcement that the Havana meeting would positively open next Thanksgiving Day, to run for the usual 100 or more days. J. J. Troxell received word that Hidden Talent had foaled a brown colt by Star Hawk last Friday at Wiggins Military Stock Farm. The mare will be bred back to the same stallion. Mr. Mutt and Diogenes, two of the eastern colts that invaded Kentucky in a fruitless quest for Derby honors, were placed aboard a car Monday morning and transferred to Belmont Park, to rejoin their respective :;.ables. Trainer Alex Cordon was in charge of Mr. Mutt, while Bob Smith, who arrived in the morning from Lexington, where he had silent Sunday at the Jeffords farm, directed the shipment of Diogenes. Prior to -leaving Mr. Cordon stated that Nellie Morse would be sent here to lill her engagement in the Kentucky Oaks to he run the closing day of the meeting. It is Cordons intention to start the winner of the Preakness Stakes in the Indies Stakes at Belmont Turk, and ship her here Wednesday, May 28.

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