Louisville Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-26


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LOUISVILLE NOTES LOUISVILLE Ky May 25 25Oh Oh Min a threeyearold filly owned by F M Grabner on Saturday night succumbed to sickness which she had gamely combatted for more than a week weekC C H Knebelkamp has decided to cam ¬ paign his stable at Washington Park Lin ¬ coln Fields and Hawthorne Jockey M Mc Gonigle will do the riding ridingThe The stable of Robert McGarvey departed for Lincoln Fields This establishment in ¬ cludes the horses of Stuyvesnnt Peabody and the Leona Farm maintained by Mrs John D Hertz HertzCharles Charles Nolte track superintendent at La ¬ tonia came down from the Covington course today for a final visit He also accepted a number of applications for stabling room at the Milldale track He reports the track in splendid condition and much improved as the result of the application of a new top soil soilThe The twoyearold colt Less K was found with a slight fever this morning the illness being responsible for his withdrawal from the Kenton Hotel Purse PurseJockey Jockey O Clelland who drew a suspension of ten days for rough riding on May 11 re ¬ turned to the sadde Tuesday TuesdayJockey Jockey R Barnett resumed riding Monday i after an absence from the saddle of one week occasioned by illness illnessJockey Jockey Earl Pool this morning declined to give H P Headley a contract on his services in favor of J S Taylor for whom he has been riding Both owners were negotiating for the rider for several days Following the close of the Churchill Downs meeting Pool will go to Washington Park to ride for the Taylor establishment F M Grabner has obtained second call on Pools services for the Chicago meeting meetingJockey Jockey W Crump reported 511 this morning and was excused from riding this afternoon afternoonH H Saladin assistant trainer to Clyde Van Duscn today shipped twelve of the Apple gateGardnerVan Dusen horses to Washing ¬ ton Park Van Dusen will send fourteen more from Lexington the latter part of the week weekJ J Peters a former jockey in the employ of M Lowonstein was married last night to I Miss Dorothy Christenas of 31S Camp Street Louisville Ky KyTrainer Trainer A G Woodman this morning can ¬ celed arrangements for the shipping of the Coventry Stables Cotlogomor to Woodbine Park for the Toronto Handicap He will be reserved for Kentucky campaigning j Robert S Shelley who serves as a placing judge clerk of scales and entry clerk at Fairmount Park left lost night for tlit Col liriavile tnick tnickJ J M Chinn Jrs twoyearold By Ginny which has been scn undor cilcrs during the meeting has been geldetl and ta ncd out at Shadybrock Farm FarmFred Fred Dcterman business rgent for the Crescent Stable of Mrs G F Cnissant is among the late arrivals at Churchill Downs

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