Kentucky Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1949-05-02


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Kentucky Notes CHURCHILL DOWNS, LPmWhmt, Ky April 30. Jockey James McCoy will be active dur-bag the meeting and do the riding for Um large stable trained by Phil Reut*r. McCoy ; is entering hi3 thirtieth yandr in the pro-j fession and recalls riding for MR OWNRCIll employer 23 years a«jo. * Local horsemen are high in the ptnSM of the condition of the Downs racing strip. General super: DtCBdent Tom Young bail the track in the best condition in it* :...-tory and creditable times have been recorded daily by the numerou- mjgtotwea during their napeettfC MalluWl period... Trainer John Milton Goode, vtUM ht*ltl is steadily improving bOowiat a leiagUif iilr.e-;:. reccired four horses owned by Lucas B. Combs from the Keer.eiand track. Theodore Mueller, owner of the exten-sive unit which race-: under the nom de ! course of the Shady Brook Farm atatMc arrived this from New York. Mueher hajj a .zaoie BOOttnajcnt eUTTOlttf quartered here under the super".--:. or. of trainer Harold V.h: : and announced the addition of a fh brother to Cleveiander and a sister to Karr.era recently foaled at his nearby Shady Erook Farm. Dr. Edward M. Lang, local ve*.erinaria.n fired the horses Pretty Bof B-.r ajajd] Petroleum. Tr.r- former ls condiuooed by DttfC Shaw, whereas the latter has been under; , the care of Carl nOljl iWOal. Fred W. Hooper, his family and sereral Derby guests are expected to arnve from Florida next Wednesday, BOOPOT, of the present Derby favorite, Olympia v..:; r :rnh.:r in the FalLi City unllJ rftff Um running of thi;. pajajfal Lr.amor.d MbflM dition of the coveted "Run for the RenMOw" Expected to arrive within the next several day-; from their home in Chicago are Dan Rice and hi* wife, Ada L. Rice owner of the Kentucky Lx-.rvy cor. tender Model CMet The Rices will rernajn s:... after the Derby prior to returning to the w -;•• City. A division of the extensive Brown H Stable, which enjoyed a rr.ot .. •.. campaign o ...-.;; the K«-ene land rr;«-et.r. arrived under the •. .; -:•...•.... -. of trainer A C. Long Go Jeep Go flee*, two-year-old who is one of the more hsghly candidate* for *.h..-: years . the Pa-.s.ord Manor Stakea be*ade4 t.oe eoa-t . r. g e r. * F L Sever. a and Glen Sol berg * : " -tentative* of the -..-.-•-; ;-,.-.- BORM are .:. .s.-ge of the local tavocing -:-taff .-. -..- ;x„:_ ■i--- •..-... v. r.s-.e charges have not as yet ,:. lergone * are reo .- ted to attend . matter .rr- mediate.y. ■ ■ ■■ ..■£ «...;;-. t.s "...*■ ... ; :-".;;: -•••er -r-; :*-.. -. -. - -v;ay, May 5 it m open for three-yeaur-ckis udA ujmani.

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