Louisville Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-05-02


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~$ I LousviLlrrmRnft LOUISVILLE. Ky., May 1. A. A. Kaiser, owner of Bonivan, was at Churchill Downs Sunday mcrning, and he announced that his Derby oolt would be returned to the local track next Wednesday. On the same day trainer Danny Miller will move the J. J. Coughlin pair of intended Derby siste:s, D. F. Kelly and Two Dans, from Douglas Park, to Churchill Downs. J. Oliver Keene, master of K eneland Farm, was a visitor at Churchill Downs and announced that a short time ago a colt by Light Brigade — Alice Blue Gown just foaled was smothered to death by the mare when she got cast in the stall. Alice Blue Gown will be bred to Epinard. Trainer Bob McOarvey of the Stuyvesant Peabody stable, was advised that his cm-poyer is at St. Lukes Hospital in Chicago recovering from a minor operation performed about a week ago. B. B. Jones, owner of the Audl.-y Farm, arrived from Oklahoma and was a visitor at Churchill Downs this morning to inspect his big stable, in charge of trainer Kay Spence. Ho was accompanied by L. A. Mosely, ownei of the RJverriew Stock Farm, near ." opkins-villc, Ky. Mr. Jones expects to leave Tuesday for his Audley Farm, near Berryville, Va. Dan Lehan reported that Margaret Winsor, his Latonia Derby and Oaks winner, had foaled a nice looking bay colt by Chatter-ton at his farm, near J jffersontown, Ky,

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