Churchill Downs: Items of Interest from Famed Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-29


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s I ■ : . | ! j ■j i i I , : I i • •i ! j ■ j li i i] CHURCHILL DOWNS ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM FAMED KENTUCKY TRACK * LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 28. Trainer J. F. Schorr was notified today by jockey C. Kummer that he would ride Modest in the Belmont Stakes. Cameron Morrison, governor of North Carolina, was among Wednesdays visitors. He was the guest of the Jockey Club. Trainer Clyde Phillips announced that the Greentree Stables mare Amity Claim will b3 sent to the H. 1*. Whitney farm near Lex-i, ington to be bred. Trainer Lon Jones announced that Lee O. Cotner would not be able to start in the Bashford Manor Stakes. The colt pulled up very sore in his last workout. Barney Drey fuss, president of the Pitts-i burgh National League baseball club, was among the visitors, coming over from Pitts-ij burgh to witness the racing for a few days. Keene Brothers have sold to N. A. Michel- ! son, owner of the Cincinnati Stable, three i two-year-olds. They are Headache, bay filly by Thunderer — Champagne ; Outcast, bay filly by Thunderer — Waif, and an unnamed ! chestnut filly by Dick Kinnell — Machette. Anthony Barrett, of Chicago, who intends i to gather a good stable of horses, has pur-f chased from E. R. Hradley the three-year-i old Hoys Believe Me. He is negotiating for the purchase of some other horses from Mr. . 1 Bradley.

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