Kentucky Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-05

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t j , | KENTUCKY TURF NOTES T * LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 4. John Walters arrived from George M. Hendries Springside Farm, near Lexington, with a number of the Hendrie horses. He obtained stabling at the Downs. The shipment included the three-year-olds Apopka and Clearing and seven two-year-olds bred by Hendrie. Jockey F. Maguire, who rode with some success on the Kentucky tracks last year, will ride this year for the stable of Ion Jones. I* V. Bellew, Jr.. arrived here from New Orleans with Galloping Shoes and a two-year-old. He announced that his father had shipped fourteen horses from Miami to La-tonia. Roy Slomer arrived from New Orleans. He stated that his plater Mib McGee will reach here today with the horses that L.. H. Sewell will bring from Jefferson Park. Sam CL Xuckols, who serves as steward at Churchill Downs and I.atonia, and who officiated in the stewards stand at the recent Havana meeting, is among the recent arrivals. Thomas F. Garner, father of Guy, Mack and I ¬Ľonard Garner, arrived from his home in Centerville, Iowa, for an extended visit. John K. Madden, Americas leading breeder, has entirely recovered from a recent illness and was a visitor at Churchill Downs last week to see his I erby candidate Young Prince, which "Chuck" Walker is training. Osmand and Kiev, the Widener Derby hopes. worked Saturday, each going a full mile, Osmand in 1 :45s and Kiev in 1:40%. J. E. Maddens Young Prince, which is showing steady improvement in his training, was sent a mile Saturday in 1 :48. He stepped the quarter in :26. the half in :52, five-eighths in 1 :07 and three-quarters in 1 :21. The work was satisfactory to trainer "Chuck" Walker. Bobhy Bowers, recently business agent for I-. T. Coopers Island Farm Stable, accompanied Mose Goldblatt here. He acted in a similar capacity for the- Cincinnati horseman for years, and it is said that he will resume his old position this year. Joseph Hubbard, of this city, has sold at private terms the imported three-year-old Thaney to Courtney Forsythe. IJ. S. Mitchell, trainer of the Green Briar Stable, has arrived from Tijuana. His horses preceded him here. They are quartered at Churchill Downs. Trainer D. T. Miller, will ship ten of the J. J. Coughlin horses to Lexington next week. They will be raced at that meeting. The Coughlin horses that Dick Heffernan is handling at New Orleans are due here today.


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