Louisville Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-26


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1 LOUISVILLE TURF NOTES 4 8 Divisions of the Imperial Farms and Odessa Farms Stable which raced at Hot Springs and Arlington Downs returned to Churchill Downs. J. H. Johnson and C. H. Smith arc the trainers. In addition to his own Battling Girl, Susan Black and the two-year-old Crimson, George Henze is training Impatient and Anne Louise, juvenile daughters of Lee O. Cotner and King Nadi for C. W. Black. R. E. Miller, with Dunsprite, Injustice, Memory Expert, Charlotte W., Max Way and Owen Martinez, and E. E. White with Blondsure, Hour Lady, Smooth and King Tea are at Douglas Park. The division of the H. Oots, C. E. Hamilton, D. B. Midkiff and William Kilduff stable at the Downs under Howard Wells is made up of eight two-year-olds and four three-year-olds. The older four are Tearout, Polly Rita, Sarahmond and Panalong. Jockey Willie Hanka is with the stable. Older horses in the H. C. Hatch stable, one of the largest at Douglas Park, are Back Ground, Beefsteak, Bygone, Bitter Bark, Black Hose, Brides Cake, Broadcaster, Church Call, Happy Message, Inherit, Laurel Wreath, Lawsuit, Our Trouble, Projectile, Responsible, Shepherd Boy, Speed Girl and Uppermost. The Blue Ridge Stock Farm, owned by William OToole, Chicago alderman, is another of the larger establishments at Douglas Park. It is made up of the following: Dusky Devil, Weelukie, B. Baron, Understand, Red Flyer, Transfun, El Balarino, Jolyon, Judge Bolton, Picinella and Donna Bettina. Jockeys F. Fernandez, who reported to Keene Daingerfield and Bob Montgomery, who will ride free lance, checked in Wednesday. They came from Texas.

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