Seeking Third Straight: Bazaar Carries Hopes of Bradley in Derby--Idle Hour Farms Numerous Records., Daily Racing Form, 1934-05-05


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SEEKING THIRD STRAIGHT Bazaar Carries Hopes of Bradley in inDerby Derby Idle Hour Farms FarmsNumerous Numerous Records LOUISVILLE Ky May 4 The Kentucky Derby apparently never loses its zest for Col Edward R Bradley master of Idle Hour Farm despite the multitude of records he and his horses have broken or set in Louisvilles great turf prize prizeFurnishing Furnishing the winner four times first and second in two years winner in succes ¬ sive years breeder of four Derby winners owner of a sire of two Derby winners owner of a Derby winner that sired a Derby winner and owner of a maiden winner are just a few of the things this tall genial gentleman has to his credit in the archives of this most coveted of American races Despite all this as said above this race of American races remains one of the objec ¬ tives of the Bradley horses each year yearOne One of the few records yet to fall before the onslaught of the bearers of the green and white is the late John E Maddens feat of breeding five Derby winners If Bazaar is successful tomorrow Bradley can merely tie that record for the daughter of Tetra tema despite her British parentage was bred by Idle Hour Farm FarmOther Other records Bazaar can give the Brad ¬ ley colors is the credit of being the first to duplicate Regrets feat a filly winner of the race and also credit for the only owner to furnish three straight winners winnersA A fourth and a fifth record which just about completes the list as far as Bradley is concerned would be to have Bazaar lower Twenty Grands time for the mile and a quarter in the race while the fifth record which belongs to Donerail and in view of the Bradley Derby record may never be overcome is that of the longest priced winner winnerBehave Behave Yourself was the first Bradley Derby winner He defeated his own stable mate Black Servant in 1921 Five years later Bubbling Over duplicated Behave Your selfs feat and defeated his stablemate Bag enbaggage In 1932 Burgoo King a son of Bubbling Over the 1926 winner was vic ¬ torious and last year Brokers Tip grad ¬ uated from the maiden ranks by defeating Head Play in the memorable jockey battle between Donald Meade and Fisher

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