Exodus on to the North: Thoroughbreds Leave New Orleans for Bowie, Lexington and Churchill Downs, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-22


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EXODUS ON TO THE NORTH Thoroughbreds Leave New Orleans for Bowie, Lexington and Churchill Downs. NEW ORLEANS, La., March 21. The sw odus of thoroughbreds for various Northern; racing points was in full swing at the Fair; Grounds and Jefferson Park today. A dozen; carloads of horses were transferred from that two courses, a majority going to Bowie,-while Churchill Downs, Louisville, and Lex-" ington drew their share of stables. Half ot the shipments were started Northward Sunday night and the remainder loaded early, Monday to be attached to fast trains going North. It is likely that some of the shipments may be delayed for several days. At the Fair Grounds some horsemen were advised of cold weather North and decided to await a break in climatic conditions. The shipments to Bowie included fourteen head that William Irvine raced here fot. S. W. Labrot, the Colgate Stable "and Ri Nicholas taking another car; E. B. Carpenter, E. K. Bryson and R. P. Watts banding together in a car, while W. C. Clancy and, C. Middleton took the fifth. J. B. Theall,, with six head, owned by the Lone Star Stable, filled the sixth. The early shipments to Lexington included the stables of J. T. Looney, Young Brothers and Gorham Brothers; G. Watts, O. A. Bi-anchi, J McPherson, with the horses owned by R. A. Fairbairn; H. T. Fleming, and the public stable that "Heinie" Cavanaugh handled here for various owners. Shipments to Louisville were the horses of J. J. Coughlin, C. D. Ponamsky, F. Swain,, R. T. Runnels and a car belonging to C. V. -Whitney and Mose Goldblatt. Phil Reuter included ten horses belonging to John Marsch, the destination being Churchill Downs.

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