Louisville Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-23


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LOUISVILLE NOTES LOUISVILLE Ky May 21 The Idle Hour Farm Stables Barabbas this morning was found with a slight temperature and was withdrawn from the fourth race today todayJ J T Looney this morning purchased the twoyearold Joseph Sabbath from J J Coughlin and L B Draun obtained the two yearold Charles Robinson from Mrs K Ramsey Both transactions were private privateRoscoe Roscoe Goose trainer of a division of the J N Camden staule is confined at his home in South Louisville with an attack of ptomaine poisoning poisoningCharles Charles Bachrach New Orleans business man and owner of the Southland Stable left this evening for Lexington where he will inspect his stallion and mares that are at Cannland Farm His stock there includes the stallion Blotter and seven brood mares maresJohn John T Ireland was at Churchill Downs today after a hurried trip to Texas He will depart next week for Chicago to be on hand for the opening of the meeting at Washington Park where he will serve as one of the stewards stewardsC C E Durnell trainer of the Three Ds Farm Stable of E P Waggoner has obtained stabling room at Washington Park and will transfer the horses under his care to that track at the end of the Downs meeting meetingThe The big stable of Harned Bros Louisville turfmen will again be campaigned at Fair mount Park and the stable will depart for that track next Tuesday morning The Fair mount meeting opens on May 28 28Ralph Ralph Gillette who has been here for more than a week with a party of friends departed Friday night by automobile for Chi ¬ cago He contemplates entering the ranks of owners and is in quest of some good horses to campaign on Chicago tracks tracksJ J C Milam sold privately this morning the threeyearold Mr Kirkwood to the Sa nola Stock Farm Stable The colt will be shipped to Chicago Monday MondayS S W Grants and J C Ferris Fred Jr which ran a fine race in the Kentucky Derby is slated for shipment to Fairmount Park next week He will fill his engagement in the Derby there and later go to Washington Park for the American Derby

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