Ten Point Due At Louisville Today.: Aste Colt Has Displaced Hawthorn as Kentucky Derby Favorite--Shipments from East., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-03


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TEN POINT DUE AT LOUISVILLE TODAY Aste Colt Has Displaced Hawthorn as Kentucky Derby Favorite Shipments from East I Louisville Ky May 2 Ten Point A L Astes crack candidate for the Kentucky Derby Kentucky Handicap iml Latonia Derby is due here at nooi tomorrow from Havre tie Grace Tho sou of Jack Point will be quartered at Douglas Park Stalls were bedded down there this evening for him and seven other horses that his owner A L Aste will ship to this city The fast filly Marjfrie A is in the consignment The brilliant form shown by Ten Point this spring in the east has caused his odds to contract in the future books until he Is now a slight choice over the winter favorite Hawthorn Ten Point will start in the Kentucky Handicap and Latonia Derby as well as in the Kentucky Derby it is announced announcedArchie Archie Zlnuner arrived today from Havre de Grace with Caugh Hill Ancou Chus Cannell Scars dale Preston Lynn and Gardenia Mr Zinnner went stringDr t Douglas Park with his string Dr G M Miller arrived here with Luther and Little linker Luther is eligible to the Kentucky Handicap DerbyManager and Latonia Derby Manager John Hachnnister of Douglas Park and Latonia has received application from Havre de Grace for stable loom for the horses iif T F Sheedy and A G Plakeley There will be ten horses in this shipment including Rounder Pro ¬ gressive Yenghee and Towton Field This will be Mr Sheedys initial appearance in Kentucky His gelding I Sounder is an eligible to the Kentucky 1 handicap handicapF F J Pons1 has ordered stable room at Douglas Park for twentyfour horses which he is bringing hero from Havre de Grace These include among others John Furlong anl the threeyearolds lac Kellogg and Judge Wright The latter unbeaten as yet is eligible to the Kentucky and Latonia Derby races and to the Kentucky Handicap lie has recovered from the ailment that kept him from being prepared for the Kentucky Derby but it Is thought he will be ready and will run in the Ken ¬ tucky DerbyFrank Handicap and Latonia Derby Frank Drown is coming from Havre de Grace with Grover Hughes Merry Lad Oarlton Club and his highly tried twoyearold Brownstonc BrownstoncW W J Spiers reached Churchill Downs todiy from Latonia with Lalxdd Patruehe C II Patton Crow Ilobb Laird of Langden Lavena and Mary Pick ford Labold wintered well and ij lusty Laird of Langden is a halfbrother to Lad of Langden and Bruce Rice and is acandidate fujihe Spring Trial Stakes at Douglas Park and the Cincinnati Trophy at Latoula John List shipped the noted old per ¬ formers Foxy Mary and Markie M In the same car In which Spiers and Frank Gerlng brought Contain Heck and the once noted colored rider Monk Over ton also brought one horse The latter four horsos were stabled at Douglas Park ParkFew Few horse worked at Churchill Downs or Douglas Park today at anything like racing speed The fast ¬ est work recorded at Douglas Park Was by a two yearold in George Hams stable which none of the railbirds seem to know It was understood to be a colt by Ort Wells The best work at Churchill Downs was by Busy an eligible to the Kentucky Handicap Ho went threequarters in 118 going the first eighth In 13 the quarter in 24 three eighths in 54f the half In 50 and fiveeighths in 102 White Wool went fiveeighths in 10 ° Weutworth threequarters in 115 and Sheriff Nolle liveeighths in 100 pulled up None of the Derby candidates did any work except slow canter ¬ ing ingThe The Churchill Downs racing oulcials this spring are Stewards Charles F Price Charles F Grain ¬ ger and 31 J Winn Charles F Grainger is named as the steward representing the Kentucky State Racing Commission Placing judges W II Shelley H F Broivogel and K Jasper Starter Mars Cas sidy Paddock judge Dr C Cann Timer George Lindenberger Track physician Dr J A 0 Bren non nonEntries Entries for each day will close at tho track as usual at 100 a in the day before the race The entries for Derby day of course will close on Fri ¬ day Mav The hour set for tho races to begin is 230 p m mFrnnk Frnnk Brnen Manager Ilachmelsters assistant at Douglas Park and Latonia Is here and Is keeping the track otlice open at that plant 3Iany Improve inents in a small way are now In progress at Doug las Park The ground has all been resodded about the timers stand and the field Is fast growing green and bids fair to present a beautiful aspect by the opening of the spring meeting there on Mon ¬ day 3Iay 2i 2iFrank Frank Howard starter Mars Cassldys assistant who is here for tho purpose of schooling horses has set up a barrier at the first quarter post at the Downs and will devote every morning to the work Jockey C Irvin who broke n leg and was other ¬ wise injured in a recent race at Tulsn Okla was under contract to come hero this spring nnd ride for the stable of K J ilackenzlo Several days ago trainer Jack Adkins received word from the rider that he was coming via his home in Knoxvillo Teiiu from Oklahoma and Adkins was surprised when he heard of the boys Injury as ho expected him to bo in Knoxvillo instead of Tulsa at this time Irvin is a promising rider and trainer Adkins thinks In his hands the boy would have developed into a skilful jockey According to the reports of Irvius injury at the host he cannot expect to ride again for several months monthsHarry Harry Hordel is training Irish Gentleman with great care for the rich Kentucky Handicap in view and he believes that this son of 3IcGee will have a royal chance in that event even though such crack fouryearolds as Froglegs The Manager and Buck horn go to the post Herdcl deeply regrets that Vanir broke down last season when such a rich stake as this event Is now on the program nt Doug las Park He things the Co ur dAlene Derby win ¬ ner was the best horso he ever trained Horde also thinks Irish Gentleman will continue to improve this season and expects him to hold his own in the best handicap company in Kentucky this spring No horso in training hero outlooks Irish Gentleman so far as condition goes The goesThe great Free Lance is now going along satisfac ¬ torily In his preliminary work for hard training at Churchill Downs Trainer Pete Coyne Is Indulging tho Latonia Derby winner of 1912 to a marked de ¬ gree and Is taking no chances with him If he con ¬ tinues to improve this spring he will bo ripe for good racing in midsummer which Is the object of his careful training as his owner George J Long has in view tho winning of the rich Kentucky Kn diiranco Stakes four miles next fall His per ¬ formances as a threeyearold warrant the belief that tho son of Alvescot on a track to suit can beat any horso alive in such a race Free Lance is not a picture horse but a close scrutiny of him shows marked muscular development which clearly accounts for his wonderful power His action is like i piece of welloiled machinery

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