Reserves Thirty Stalls: Three Ds Stable Sending Big String to Churchill Downs, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-10


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RESERVES THIRTY STALLS Three Ds Stable Sending Big String to Churchill Downs. Tom Sanf ord Reaches Louisville Track With Brown and Collins Horses Congratulate Schaefer. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 9. Johnny Schorr has applied to track superintendent Tom Young for thirty stalls for the horses of the Three Ds Stable, which will be shipped to Churchill Downs at the conclusion of the meeting at the Fair Grounds, New Orleans. Included in the Three Ds Stable shipment this year are three or four Derby candidates. Of course, the chief one is Liberty Limited. That son of Sir Gallahad III. will be the main dependence of the Waggoners for Kentucky Derby honors. Other three-year-olds are Texas Knight, Sir Melton, Lady Teddy and Pietro. The older horses, Pansy Walker, Quatre Bras II., Canfli, Maverick and Rowdy Boy, are also in the menage, as well as seventeen two-year-olds, the produce of the Three Ds Stock Farm at Arlington Downs, Texas. Tom Sanford, veteran trainer, is at Churchill Downs with a big string this year. In addition to five he will train for Graham Brown, including Sambo Brown, Sis Agnes and others, he will educate and train twelve two-year-olds for George Collins. Sanford arrived at the Downs a few days ago and all his stock looks a bit rough at present. The two-year-olds owned by Mr. Collins are racy looking individuals and are the product of his breeding farm near Frankfort, Ky. Frank "Red" Swain, who has campaigned a small stable of horses for years on his own account, has asked Mr. Young for stable room for fourteen horses, most of them the property of F. Grabner of Chicago. He will be at Churchill Downs with his charges about February 10. Jake Lowenstein, who formerly trained the horses of Mr. Grabner and Morris Vehon, will give his attention this year to the thoroughbreds owned by Albert Sabath of Chicago, as well as a number of his own. Five of the Lowenstein horses are at the Downs now in charge of H. Sells. Jeff ONeil, who bred the bay gelding Jeff ONeil and Flo ONeill, two of the shining lights of winter racing, has engaged Eddie Kaiser to train his stable this year. Kaiser has trained the horses of Baylor Hickman for the past several years and is considered one of the best of the local trainers. Mr. ONeil has a half-dozen or more in action at Churchill Downs at present, most of them the products of his Walnut Hills Stock farm, near Jeff ersonville, Ind. In the ONeil menage are the two three-year-old maidens. Star Title, a bay colt by Continued on twenty-second page. RESERVES THIRTY STALLS Continued from first page. Title Chaste Star, and the brown gelding Noel McD., by Noel Nannie McD. His two-year-olds are Open Shut, a chestnut colt by King Gorin Chaste Star; Jo Jean, bay filly, by Great Jaz Solimente; brown filly by Bubbling Over Menthol; chestnut colt by Bagenbaggage Cassidys Pride; bay filly by King Gorin Finery, and a black filly by Anhihilator. B. H. Shaefer, who bred Jaz Age, which has developed into one of the most consistent and fleetest sprinters racing at the Miami tracks this season, is being congratulated by all his friends here. Mr. Shaefer owns a breeding farm near Louisville and several years ago installed Great Jaz thereon. To the court of Elga, by Free Lance, a mare bred by the late George J. Long, came the fast horse Jaz Age. It is recalled that Great Jaz was a very speedy racer when he was in the stable of Carl Weide-mann at the time In Memoriam was "cutting up." Jaz Age has won the last five starts out of six and has beaten several of the very fastest sprinters in training at Miami.

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