Churchill Downs Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-18


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1 CHURCHILL DOWNS NOTES 1 # • Roscoe Goose is shipping seventeen to Chicago for the Washington Park and Lincoln Fields spring meetings. For Laffoon and Yeiser he will take Shepherd Boy, Field Goal, Desert Call, Flying Cadet, Sweet Talk, Signal Light, Home Rule, Weaver Bird, Miss Flip, Border Patrol. Plight and Broadcaster. The veteran handicap star, Spanish Play, is among the eight horses C. H. Knebelkamp will race through the Chicago season, beginning at Washington Park, which ope,ns next Monday. He also has Thundertone, Spanish Way, Newgro, Dick Morris and other useful ones. The stable of Edward Haughton has registered for the Washington Park meeting, includes nine owned by H. P. Gardner, a like number Haughtons property, and one each owned by C. A. Kenny and V. B. Young. J. T. Taylor is preparing the crack three-year-old Charley O. and others owned by the R. M. Eastman estate, and also W. E. Charles Sun Gros and four that race under the Taylor colors for the overnight trip to Washington Park. Charley O. is in preparation for the American Derby, to be run on June 3. H. Chinn, who rode his first winning race on Our Mary at Sportsmans Park last May 12, concluded his apprenticeship Saturday. He is under contract to D. Lehan. C. C. Van Meter has selected eight horses for the Washington Park meeting and will send Full Sail and Upwind to the farm. Red Whisk, Cotton Club, Mr. James, Long Bit and Fallen are among those going to the Homewood track. The R. C. Thatcher stable, in charge of W. Sims, is scheduled to leave Saturday for Washington Park. Gaillardia, Ikard. Beaver, Reverberate, Tejon, Nepesta, Huerfano and Minnequa comprise the stable. W. D. Covington, with his own Side Step and four two-year-olds, owned by Mrs. George B. Cox of Cincinnati, has reserved stalls at Washington Park. The Cox two-year-olds are Cactus Rose, Whare, Starda and Hiyou. From Douglas Park W. J. Hirsch is shipping eight to Washington Park. Four are owned by Morris Vehon of Chicago and the others by Hirschs father. Warren Wrights Calumet Farm Stable will be represented by the three-year-olds Warren Jr. and Lucille Wright and fifteen two-year-olds at Washington Park, Lincoln Fields. Arlington Park and Hawthorne this season. A

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