Churchill Downs: Items of Interest from Famed Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-27


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CHURCHILL DOWNS ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM FAMED KENTUCKY TRACK LOUIS VTLLE, Ky.. May 26. W. H. Hall has sold a half interest in Blue Stone to H. H. Kinker. It is probable that trainer Hirsch will send Fluvanna to start in the Kentucky Oaks. Acting for the Greentree Stable, Mose Gold-blat sold Links to G. K. Allen at private terms. Patrician, a four-year-old gelding, by The Manager — Affable, owned by Mose Goldblatt, died this morning. F. Merimee, recently granted a jockey license, had his first mounts Monday when he rode Try Again and Compact Upon the report of the patrol judge jockey W. Fronk was suspended for the remainder of the meeting for sharply cutting across the field shortly after the start in the second race. Altawood has fully recovered from his slight ailment following his Derby start. He will be prepared with a view to filling his engagement in the Latonia Derby, which will mark his next racing appearance. Andahon, bay mare, six years old, by imported Square Deal II., dam Louise Grice, by Bryn Mawr, has a colt foal by War Cloud at Leona Farm. War Cloud died in 1923. He was by Polymelus, dam Dreaming, by Persimmon, and was imported from England by A. K. Macomber. Charles F. Price received a telegram from Hamilton, Ont, announcing the death of Colonel William Hendrie, president of the Ontario Jockey Club, and for many years a prominent figure on the Canadian turf. He is a brother of George M. Hendrie, president of the Windsor Jockey Club. Sir John Hendrie was another brother who died about a year ago. *

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