Devereaux to Louisville, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-05


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DEVEREAUX TO LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON, Ky., April 4. Tommy Devereaux, a part of whose racing stable has already been transferred from Hot Springs to Louisville, packed up this morning and moved there with the horses he has been wintering at the Kentucky Association track here. He has been assigned stalls at Douglas Park. The Devereaux horses, which were raced at Hot Springs, were Brustigert, Graceful Lad, Axtel, Biddy, Conastanto and Alltoi. Those which were sent from here this morning were: Pokey Girl, Captain Karo, Rolling Home and three two-year-olds. One of the youngsters is called Rapparee, Irish equivalent for robbery, according to Devereaux. This one is a chestnut gelding by Waygood from Jane C. The other two-year-olds are owned by Memphis sportsmen. Just Frank, a chestnut gelding by Justice F. Baby Face-, is the property of J. J. Far-rell. Cal Far, a chestnut gelding by Peter Hastings Tennessee Gal, Is owned by T. F. Calhoun. ;

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