Churchill Downs: Items of Interest from Famed Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-24


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w 1 1 CHURCHILL DOWNS" ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM FAMED KENTUCKY TRACK LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 23. Leopardess, Paris Maid, Biskra and Dusta-bout have been added to the schooling list. Jockey F. Merimee has been granted a license by the Kentucky State Racing Commission. Jockey R. Hoffman, who formerly rode on the Kentucky tracks, has joined the local riding colony. He had the mount on Macbeth in the first race. The entries to the Raceland and Fort Erie Stakes close Saturday, May 24, and Julius Reeder says that he already is in receipt of a large number of nominations to both tracks. Jim Everman, who formely trained for I. Weil, Chicago owner, is again in charge of that stable, which includes Tip Toe Inn, The Runt, Elusive and a two-year-old by Colonel Vennie. Knobbie, Huon Pine and the two others that J. A. Coburn brought here from New York for Jefferson Livingston, have been turned over to be trained by A. L. Kirby and will be raced in Kentucky until the close of Latonia, when they will be shipped East. Coburn returns to New York tomorrow.

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