News and Notes From Churchill Downs, Daily Racing Form, 1941-05-10


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News and Notes From Churchill Downs LOUISVILLE Ky May 9 D E Bryant who wintered his stable in Kentucky is shipping six head to Fairmount Park the latter part of next week weekJ J J Flanigan returned Valdina Farms Viscounty to Churchill Downs Thursday The horse was shipped oaet for the Dixie Handicap Jockey Kenneth McCombs who had the mount on Viscounty in the stake also returned here today todayM M B Goff and his son Hugh returned to Briar Hill Farm after witnessing the i Derby renewal and inspecting the horses they have in training here under the super ¬ vision of J W Murphy MurphyKirby Kirby Ramsey announced that he would ship his public stable to Lincoln Fields im ¬ mediately after the close of the Churchill Downs meeting meetingRoger Roger Sullivan horsemens bookkeeper at the Downs is still confined to his home with a severe cold coldW W E Garn Des Moines Iowa patron plans to acquire several horses here for rac ¬ ing at the Omaha Neb cpring meeting meetingDanny Danny McAulif fe former rider and trainer is a daily visitor and expects to get back into action with a public stable during the Illinois season seasonJack Jack Hanover conditioner for the Fried berg Axton stable announced that the unit will be campaigned at Lincoln Fields FieldsC C Whitney Moore will ship his stable to Detroit following the Churchill Downs meet ¬ ing ingJohn John Goode will ship his stable to Lincoln Fields and Jack Goode will take twelve horses to Detroit The latter unit will be shipped from Keeneland KeenelandCliff Cliff Barnett will accompany jockey Earl Pool and apprentice Neil Boyce to Lincoln Fields and handle the engagement books of both riders ridersCarroll Carroll Allen who has had several horses here since the Churchill Downs meeting opened brought Deneb Abogoda Del Dur ¬ ban Distant Rumble Jack K Sue F Wise Sky and Call Us Too from Lexington LexingtonJack Jack Skirvin has changed plans for the A C Ernst stable and the horses will be shipped to Delaware Park at the close of this meeting meetingCongo Congo Maid a twoyearold daughter of Fair Rochester which has never been to the post was turned out at Golden Maxim Farm Thursday morning by Nick Burger The juvenile will be returned to training during the Churchill Downs fall season seasonGeorge George B McCamey who has been here since the early part of the meeting left for his home at Arlington Texas TexasTrainer Trainer Kirtley Cleveland was fined 25 for being late in the paddock with Meadow Money in the first race Wednesday WednesdayGeorge George S Howell one of the leading own ¬ ers and trainers at the last three meetings held at Fairmount Park expects to return to the southern Illinois grounds for the meeting which begins May 30 Howell has eight head at the present time and hopes to add four others to the outfit he intends cam ¬ paigning at the Collinsville course courseOlin Olin Johnson has made arrangements to ship the J C Ellis establishment to Detroit after the close ofthe local session sessionThe The Mrs R J Murphy and Miss Susan E Kellogg stables in charge of Odie Clelland probably will be divided into two divisions after the close at Churchill Downs One division will go to Fairmount Park while Clelland will direct the other unit which will be sent either to Detroit or Lincoln Fields FieldsRay Ray Byrum Milltown Ind horseman will ship his twelvehorse stable to Detroit after the close of the Churchill Downs session The shipment will include Boss Hoss claimed by Byrum Wednesday WednesdayApprentice Apprentice Benny Cruickshank inactive since the Oaklawn Park meeting because of an arm injury accepted his first mount today since the accident accidentLittle Little Beans and Mine the property of Mrs Louise Palladino and Blue Lily Star weista and PariErnest will be shipped to Suffolk Downs Saturday SaturdayIn In failing to break from the gate with his field Thursday Kermay became the first horse of the current meeting to be placed on starter Ruby Whites schooling list listOlin Olin Johnson trainer for the James C Ellis stable announced he would take eighteen horses belonging to that establish ¬ ment to Detroit at the close of the local meeting meetingThe The Joe Thomas stable will get away for Fairmount Park May 25 25Harry Harry Trotsek plans to ship his tenhorse public stable to Detroit May 18

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