Latest Turf Gossip from New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-28


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LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM NEW ORLEANS i NEW ORLEANS, La.. Nov. 27. L. F. Holmes arrived from Lexington with 1 nine horses, all in good condition. The list included Dreamer, Meddling Mattic, Lubeclc, Mount Pleasant, Miss Meddling, Son of Fortune, Nans Fcrtune and a yearling filly by Swiftfoot II. Meddling Miss, which has been named Meddling Mattic. T. F. Devereaux, Lexington horseman, brought only seven horses for the winters campaign. The stable is headed by the veteran Escarpolette and the others include Mit, Brother John, Amir, Little Gypsy and a couple of good looking yearlings, one of which is by Under Fire and the other by Light Brigade. William Mulholland arrived from Louisville with the horses Six Pence, Patrick Sarsfield and Royal Sweep, the property of James Green. Louisville merchant. Ed Mcore. veteran Tennessee trainer and owner, after an absence of two years, is back at the Fair Grounds with a small, but select string, that includes Grace Mayers, Phil Mayers. Miss Nancy, Sarah Brown, a couple of two-year-olds and three yearlings by the good stallion, Malamont Moore raced on the Canadian and Ohio trades during the year with marked success. Starter William Hamilton and his assistants will he at the Fair Grounds every morning at 10 oclock for the purpose of schooling horses to the barrier. Pat Gallaher, who is in charge of the jockeys rooms on all the Kentucky tracks, arrived Thursday for the winter. He will make the riding engagements of jockey Earl Pool, who is expected here within the course of a few days. Jockey F. Rcilly arrived Thursday with the stable of George Boyle. Jockey R. Zucchini, who was in sucn splendid condition at the Lexington meeting, arrived Thursday and will be seen in the saddle frequently during the meeting. He is a native of St. Louis and is under contract to Clarence Lawrence, owner of a small stable. The license committee has issued the following jockey licenses: R. Holloway, C. E. Allen, J. Mcrimec. F. Reilly, F. Robbins, R. McCrann, W. Kelly, L. Partington, T. Brothers. Ted Barker, D. Hum, R. Zucchini and L. McDermott. The application of J. C. Studebaker of Muskogee, Okla., for a trainers license was denied by the stewards. He has the horses Red Cloud and Evelyn Brown and the entry of both was ordered refused by the stewards. Joseph A. Murphy departed on a private business mission for Chicago and will be absent from the Fair Grounds for a week. F. Swenke claimed Elemental from G. W. .Foreman, following the running of the. second race, for ,500. The stable that Will Perkins unloaded at the Fair Grounds from the Lexington special contained eight highly regarded yearlings and seventeen more mature horses. Among tho latter was J. L. Knights Little Visitor, which raced so well in Kentucky. Perkins did not bring Frederick Grabners good two-year-old Step Alon. The colt has been turned out at Carr and Piatts farm. Perkins will command the services of R. Harrington and Tommy Brothers as riders this winter. Heinie Cavanaugh, trainer for the Portsmouth Stable, reported that Belpre and a yearling belonging to the stable which arrived from Kentucky suffering with fever, were both on the road to recovery. Jockey J. D. Mooney, who rode Black Gold in all of his races as a three-year-old, has affiliated himself with the Greentree Stable at the Fair Grounds, which is in charge of trainer Clyde Phillips. Mooney, who is a New Orleans boy, believes he will be able to get down to riding weight. C. T. Worthington, who has not raced any horses for over a year, is back at the Fair Grounds with a stable of fifteen, all yearlings that he purchased during the summer and fall season. The youngsters arrived recently from Kentucky and are in an advanced state of training. F. A. Gailor is a recent arrival from Lexington with the plater Huon Pine and another horse belonging to the Valentino Inn Stable. Jack Weaver, who has not raced any horses during the winter for a number of years, is at the Fair Grounds with the two-year-old Sincere and a yearling by Colonel Vennie. II. T. Batchler, well-known Texas horseman, is at Jefferson Park with a stable of six horses that include Waukena, Chickama, Queen Agnes, Eleanor W., Miss Washington and a yearling by Rickety. Mr. Batchler came here from Dallas, where he raced at the state fair. C. S. Wilson is at Jefferson Park with the horses Martha Moore, Red Squirrel, Honest Mose, Doc McMahon, Helen G. and Woodland Queen. He reported that Little Andy and Victor M. were out of training, having been sent to the IL Cross farm near Taylors-ville. 111. The only horsos that Lon Johnson brought here from Kentucky were Queen Charming, Elsass and Georgie. Queen Charming has raced most consistently since she left here last spring. She started in Kentucky seventeen times and was out of the money on only one occasion and that was the time she was left at the post R. L. Rogers was an unexpected arrival from Lexington. He had intended shipping Miss Marse, Cheer Leader and Tulalip to Tijuana, but decided at the last moment to bring the trio of racers to the Fair Grounds. Jockey E. Blind, one of the Idle Hour Farms riders, did not come here. Instead, he went to the farm, where he will be engaged exercising the yearlings. Mose Goldblatt is handling one of the biggest stables in training at the Fair Grounds and included in the list are some good handicap horses. The list embraces King Tut, Blue Nose, Baedalbane, Broomster, Waukulla, Bankrupt. Atomin, Uproar, The Count, Bridesmaid, Barrage, Sakah, Privilege, Revenge, Corinth, Atta Boy II., Mary Johnston and a number of well-bred yearlings. A. S. Woodliffe, who campaigned a good stable Here last winter, is back with a greatly increased string. The list includes Prince of Umbria, Saddle and Boots, Caligula. Dorothy R. Sims, Sunny Girl, Antonio, Dean II., Monastery, Alex Woodliffe and Episode. The officials at Jefferson Park are as follows: Stewards C. W. Hay, presiding steward, John T. Ireland, R. G. Leigh. Judges J. B. Campbell, J. G. Reeder. Racing secretary J. B. Campbell. Starter William Hamilton.

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