Churchill Downs: Latest Turf News of Kentuckys Famous Race Course, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-11


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• ■ _ • j Churchill Downs Latest Turf News of Kentucky* s Famous Race Courxi A ■ -» LEXINGTON. Ky.. May 10. W. C. Weants imported mare Bachelors Blend dropped twin foals by Ohatterton at his farm near this city a few days affo. one a colt and the other a filly. The latter was deformed and was destroyed. The colt, however, is normal and doinp well. Bachelors Blend will be sent to Epinard. The once pood handicap horse T,ee O. Cot-ner, which was bred this sprinp to eighteen mares at lon Jones National Stock Farm, will in a few days be brought to Churchill Downs to resume his racing career. As he has been in training at the farm it is believed the horse will be ready to race during the current meeting. R. S. Eddy, Jr., general manager of the Jefferson Park track, Robert Maestri. Placid Frigerio and P. EL Courtin. comprised a party from New Orleans that arrived Tuesday morning. They will remain to witness the Derby. G. F. Croissant, accompanied by Mrs. Croissant and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Determan, arrived from Chicago for the Derby. Edward Cebrian was another arrival. He came direct from his home in California. Thistle Boy. Thistle Flo and Thistle Mood, all In the stable of George Collins, have been fired and sent to Col. J. S. Taylors Scotland Place Farm. They will be returned to training next fall. T. E. Mueller, local sportsman, suffered the loss of a colt foal from Bab at his Shady Brook Farm near here yesterday. The colt was sired by Hilarious, and Bab is to be bred to Sarmatian. Al Smitha shipped seven horses to Akron, Ohio, this morning. Judge John T. Ireland has returned from Columbus with the report that the Beulah Park meeting was the best in every respect in the history of the half mile track at Grove City. — ♦ .

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