Kentucky News and Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-13


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Kentucky News and Notes CHURCHILL DOWNS Louisville Ky May 12 12Jockey Jockey Freddie A Smith who begins a 30day suspension Wednesday starred in the saddle during his final day of action accounting for three victories Tuesday Two of his winning mounts were in the silks of William Causey whose stable is to be shipped to Chicago R B Tucker master of Green Acres Farm near Fort Worth Texas leaves for his nursery on Thursday Tucker is ship ¬ ping the horse Big League to the Lone Star State and plans to breed several mares to the son of Display DisplayA A F Lloyd announced that nine members of his public stable are to be transferred to Fairmount Park immediately after the close of the Churchill Downs meeting on Saturday SaturdayLarry Larry Bogenschutz member of the offi ¬ cial staff at Churchill Downs is to leave for Chicago on Saturday night and he will resume his duties with the Lincoln Fields organization at Hawthorne E E Minor Railway Express agency offi ¬ cial plans to remain at Churchill Downs another ten days assisting horsemen with shipping arrangements to other racing points pointsClaude Claude Hawkins former jockey and as ¬ sistant to trainer Roscoe Goose reported to his local draft board for physical exami ¬ nation William H Shelley racing secretary and handicapper at Churchill Downs leaves for Chicago on Friday to assume similar duties at Lincoln Fields A E Silver trainer for the E A Ander ¬ son stable completed arrangements for shipping his charges to Hawthorne Burnt Cork heads the shipment v t John Zoeller manager of Alsab Farm came over from Lexington on Wednesday to complete plans for shipping four horses the property of Mrs Zoeller Joe Coombs member of the front office staff at Churchill Downs is to leave for Chicago after the close here Roy Waldrons Milky Way Farm ship ¬ ment left Louisville for the Detroit Fair Grounds early Wednesday WednesdayJ J Price Sallee trainer for the Thomas Piafrt stable is to ship his charges to Chicago on Thursday E C A Berger and L H Silver made up another car for transfer to the Detroit Fair Grounds GroundsJack Jack Skirvin supervised the loading of the A C Ernst horses and the contingent left for Hawthorne

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