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


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, . ; , , I CHURCHILL DOWNS NOTES ] 3 Jockey C. E. Allen hopes to resume riding Thursday. An arm injury, sustained Monday, kept him out of the saddle two days. C. R. Valentine is shipping the three he raced here back to Lexington where he has four others in light training at the Kentucky Association track. He will ship to Latonia for the summer meeting there. The J. G. Chinn horses also go back to Lexington and along with I Pass, Noelwood and Dodiodo, which Chinn left at the Kentucky Association, will be prepared for racing at Arlington Park. The Three Ds Stock Farm horses, in charge of R. N. Vestal, got away for Washington Park. The older Quatre Bras II., Texas Knight, Trinchera and Strideaway, head the stable. Trinchera is eligible for the Washington Park Handicap to be run Monday and Strideaway may fill his engagement in the American Derby at that track on June 3. Wm. E. Phillips, racing official, will celebrate his seventy-sixth birthday Thursday. He has been a member of the Churchill Downs and Latonia staffs for a number of years. Mrs. Payne Whitneys Dynastic, son of Supremus and Chacolet, probably will fill his engagement in the American Derby, according to advices received here. A mild illness forced the Greentree Stables star out of training several weeks ago. A division of the Shandon Farm Stable, comprising twelve head, was among the many shipmerits to Washington Park Wednesday night. Three others, including the stables Kentucky Oaks candidate At Top, were shipped Sunday. Illness was reported as the cause for the withdrawal of Her Hero and Leaflet from the fifth race Wednesday. Her Hero had a temperature of 105 early Wednesday, according to Phil Reuter. Reuter cancelled stalls at Washington Park and will ship to Lincoln Fields as soon as Her Hero can be moved. The A. B. Gallaher stable will include Back Log, Oswego Princess, Whirling, Indian Blood, Swift Sport, Indian Red and Peggy Gal. Harry Halwin will be in charge. B. S. Michell is shipping Mighty Atom, Baggage Express, Catchon and Banal Girl to Washington Park. Friday, numerous departures for Washington Park will include the F. M. Grabner-J. Lowenstein stable. The Grabner division includes Single Stripe, Our Justice, Slick Fingers, White Legs, Grey Kitty, Dutchy and Our Zen, while Lowenstein is taking Doris Jean, Over Shady, Gertrude L., Alad-dins Dream, Rusty and Bicolor. The H. P. Headley stable, held here until after the Kentucky Oaks, in which it will be represented by Technique, will make the trip to Washington Park Sunday night. In addition to Technique, the division going from here embraces Big Beau, Parting Shot, Double Date, Aryouthere, Mr. Boss, Baby Stare. Pharamaid and Panorama. J. H. Downing is shipping three horses to Bainbridge Park. The four head F. A. Wehle has here will campaign next at Washington Park. Col. Edward R. Bradley plans to spend a few days at his Idle Hour Farm before proceeding to New York for the Belmont Park meeting in which he will be represented by as strong a stable as H. J. Thompson has taken East for him in several years.

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