Sickness Puts Another Prominent Candidate Out Of The Kentucky Derby, Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-06


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SICKNESS PUTS ANOTHER PROMINENT CANDIDATE OUT OF THE THEKENTUCKY KENTUCKY DERBY Louisville Ky May 5 The racing stable of II C HailenlKCk lu charge of trainer Fmnk Tay lor arrived yesterday at Churchill Downs for the local meetings All shipped well with the exception of the Kontuckj Derby candidate Frederick L Trainer Taylor thinks the sickness of tjie colt is a kind of car fever His temperature after being taken cut of the ear was 10i Later on he im ¬ proved ami his temperature became normal Trainer Taylor says Frederick L lotiks as if he bad lost 101 pounds He sees no chance of sending him to the post in the Derby for the reason that even if Frederick L is tit in tho next two days to give him a trinl for that race ho would not think ot setting him down until the eolt had entirely recovered lie says that Frederick L would have to undergo a hard workout this week to tit him for Saturitays race Therefore Frederick L nrist not lie regarded as a probable starter in tin Derby In addition to Frederick L trainer Taylor brought the following racers Adams Express candidate for the Clark and Kentucky IlariUriijjs llcbuob Sir Marion Sir Denrah Kccouipcuc Prince Gal Hulling Stone Hedge Azyiadc Housemaid llliie Thistle and Iay thorn The latter is a brother to C F Huschomoy ers Hawthorn There are no twoyearolds in the Hallenbeck string but trainer Taylor says that the New York Turfman is in the market for two or three highclass youngsters f such can be bought during the spring racing season here at a fairly reasonable price With tho stable tamo the noted rider 1hil Mrsgrave who will have tho mount on the Hallfiiiieck cracks in nil of their important en ¬ gagements Tranor Taylor will have in addition to the otheis named when ClJff Hamilton livings K K Rradlevs racers from Lexington next Friday the wellknown performer Fanntkioy which has been turned our at Idle Hoar Farm since he vt nt lame last spring at the Downs Trainer Mammon in ¬ formed Taylor that the son of Little Saint appeared to be in tine condition and in lilir opinion will train soundly this season seasonThis This morning found Ten Point much refreshed after his long trip from Havre do Grace but he was permitted to rest In his stall at Douglas Park during most of the day He will IK breezed tomorrow and if weather conditions are favorable he will be set down Wednesday for his final Derby trial The ap ¬ pearance of Ten Point indicates that all of the good things that have been said about him are justified He looks all over the highclass throoyciirold A L Astc owner of Tori PoTnt the Derby fa ¬ vorite sbipiHd seven other horses with tho son of Tack Point Three are twoyearolds and the others are Mirjorio A Phyllis Antoinette Eye ¬ brow and Goldio GoldioPrince Prince Ilermis and Sam Ilirsch Lew Marions Derl y eligibles were the only racers breezed today at the Downs They were sent a half mile In 5o pulling up 15oth probably will lie set down for linai Derby trials tomorrow or Wednesday The best mile of tho day at the Downs or Douglas Park was scored by Melton Street which horse went the route in 145 Oilier workouts included Rattling Nelson Half mile in 54 breezing Calash Half mile in 50 first threeeighths In Dr Jackson Fiveeighths in 10 first half in Henry Ititto Fiveeighths in 103 tirst half halfin in 10 10Husky Husky Lad Threequarters In 117 Irish Gentleman Seveneighths in 12 Lal old Mile in 140 in hand all the way Lavinia Half mile in OT Santander Threequarters in l20f August Itelmoiit wired this morning that be would attend the Derby and requested that a box be reserved for his party The chairman of the Jockey Club will be accompanied by several mem ¬ bers of that organization and others of distinction He will arrive Friday night from New York John K Madden of Lexington kindly volunteered to sur ¬ render his box to Mr Relmont but Messrs Grainger and Wlnu of the New Louisville Jockey Club after thanking Mr Madden said they would be abb to provide for Mr Itelmont ItelmontPhil Phil Hyams is hero from Havre de Grace with Granite Dorlon Ronnie KIolsc Sepulveda Mary Ann K Servicence Itoyil Meteor and Nello His horses shipped well Granite lias been training in good shape lie has always raced well over the Louisville tracks one of his successes l elng achieved in the Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs last spring when with 110 pounds up he defeated Little Father T M Green and other fast sprinters run ¬ ning the six furlongs in l which Is a fifth of a second slower than Prince Ahmeds track record at the Downs for the distance distanceCharles Charles II Hughes arrived from Lexington with William Linkers Sebago Mr Hughes favors Foundation for the Derby and thinks that Ten Point will have to be a wonder if lie defeats tho MeKenna colt Hughes opinion is entitled to consideration as lio trained Lieutenant Gibson when that groat performer won the Kentucky Derby in 100 in the then record time of 20 V for the race This time has only l een once beaten In the race bv Meridian In 1011 2J 5 Lieutenant Gibson is tho only colt that ever won a big Derby without any contention he walking over for the Latonia Derby that season Jockey Kddie Taplin was engaged today to ride D W Scotts Flying Ton In the Kentucky Derby and that son of Handsel is a sure starter Flying Tom won at Lexington recently He was winner of four races last season as a twoyearold In twelve starts He was then trained by James S Kverman He is now in the hands of John Stevens a son of the late T II Stevens That good performer Tom Holland is one horse of note which young Stevens developed developedII II It Prandt arrived from Lexington with Cash on Delivery The Reach and Treadllghtly With him came Grofer te Renders Kentucky Derby and Oaks candidate Floral Park ami the twoyearold Art Pick M 11 Grubors Little Nephew winner of the Idle Hour Stakes at Lexington in which he defeated Old Kosebud and a filly by Yankee also owned by Gruber as well as Moso Goldblatts two yearold T Nolan were also in this shipment Lit ¬ tle Nephew looks good and probably will start In the twoyearold colt and gelding allowance race at four and a half furlongs to be run at the Downs as dayW the fifth race on Derby day W M Wallaces stable with his Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks eligible Tho Widow Moon Is expected to arrive here early tomorrow morning LexingtonThe from Lexington The crack Derby candidate Foundation winner of the nine Grass Stakes Is also expected to arrive tomorrow with the others of trainer Will McDaniols string stringJohn John W Schorr of Memphis was at Douglas Park today to look over the big string of horses ho has quartered there in charge of Ids sou trainer John F Schorr He was pleased with their superb ap ¬ pearance especially as to his Derbv candidate Leochares and his Kentucky Handicap eligible Froglegs antepost favorlte for that rich stake Mr Schorr motored this evening to Lexington LexingtonTrainer Trainer Jack Adkins turned out today until next fall at the Argyle farm of W F Schulto the two yearolds Superiority Maid of Norfolk and Humps HumpsA A D Steele was called to Lexington to attend the funeral of his mother the grandmother of jockey K Steele SteeleH H C Ilhlleiibeck with a party of New York friends will see the Kentucky Derby lie is keenly disappointed that his colt Frederick L was taken sick and cannot start Mr Hallenbeck is expected to come by way of Lexington where be will likely stop FuturityTrainer over to see the Rrieders Futurity Trainer John Lowo arrived yesterday from Lex ¬ ington to look after the horses he has at Churchill Downs He says that with several other trainers he timed Foundation in the Blue Grass Stakes on Saturday and not one of these horsemen caught the mile and a quarter slower than 204 He himself timed the great colt In 201 T P Hayes Ken ¬ tucky Derby candidate Donerail he says ran a good race In tho Blue Grass Stakes although Foun ¬ dation easily defeated him Lowe understands from Hayes that Donerail needed such a nice and is sure to njake a good showing in the Derby next Satur ¬ day All of the horsemen from Lexington who visited here today say that if the track is fast for the Derby Ten Point will be one of the wonders of the generation if he beats Foundation Lowes time for Foundations mile and a quarter Is threefifths of a second faster than the Kentucky Derby has been run since the distance has been a mile and a quarter Meritllan performance in 200 hi 1011 being the record for the race Trainer raceTrainer Cliff Hamilton came over from Lexington yesterday to try out several twoyearolds In the Dradley hand that remained here They will appear for the first time under colors at Churchill Downs and Douglas Park Of these Black Tony and Roots anil Saddle worked a half in 4S running tho first threeeighths in 30 Rack and Rushy Head went the same distance in 4 running the first three eighths in These moves were good The youngsters did ihe work as if they bad something to spare Hainmon also worked liohby Royer that has not raced for about a year threequarters in 1153 1153Doerhoofer Doerhoofer Wests Derby candidate Jimmie Gill worked a mile trial Saturday afternoon In 141 lie showed dazzling speed in the early part of tho performance going the first liveeighths in 100 This son of Fatherless appears much improved as a threeyearold lie is a sure starter in the Ken ¬ tucky Derby and will have the maiden allowance his weight will be 110 pounds poundsLew Lew Marions threeyearold maiden colt Henry Hitto showed good speed yesterday morning at the Downs He worked a half in 4t running the first quarter in 24Jfr and Ihree furlongs In 3V This son of Herons was not raced as a twoyearold lie never had any serious aflltetion but was qllipg sufficiently to keep him from the post Henry Hltld is now training as well as any threeyearold here Other workouts at the Downs yesterday were wereHarry Harry L Half mile in 50 first threeeighths in inIligh Iligh Class Half mile in 51 first threeeighths in Ivan 50Uoina Gardner Half mile in 50 Uoina Half mile iu 51 first threeeighths in 7 7Pulsation Pulsation Half mile iu 52 cantering canteringFred Fred W Gerhardy the Canadian racing oflicial was at the Downs and Douglas Park yesterday dis ¬ tributing stake blanks for the Windsor Jockey Club and the Hamilton Jockey Club which closed for entries today George J Long has made entries for the July and August meetings in Canada It is tile first time lie has made entries for any stakes outside of Kentucky since New York racing was suspended 1 W Schorr has named the three supiwsed crack twoyearolds in his stable as follows Luke Mc Luke b c by Ultimus Midge Vandergrift b c by Ren Brush Noonday David Craig ch c by Peep oDay Avon II Those youngsters are eligible to the Spring Trial Stakes to l e run Juno 7 at Douglas Park and the Cincinnati Trophy to lie de ¬ cided at Lulonia on Saturday July 5 Great throngs visited Churchill Downs and Douglas Park yesterday They saw scores of horses in action anil beheld both plants in spick and span condition Tlie Downs is ready to oi en mid It looks as if it had been in the hands of industrious keepers At Douglas Park a large force is still engaged in making improvementsE improvements E Henderson a once famous colored race rider is at the Downs with a fouryearold maiden filly by Sain and a threeyearold maiden gelding by Sir Iluon Henderson now fortynine years old rode Joe Cotton when he won the Kentucky Derby in Capt T T Williams colors in 1SS5 He also won the Tennessee Derby on that noted performer as well as the Coney Island Derby Another Derby winner tiiat he piloted was Gunner which won the Derby at the Chicago Driving Park later known as Garlield Park in the early SOs Some time ago an elaborate story was written as to what had become of the riders of Kentucky Derby winners In this article It was stated that Hendersons whereabouts were unknown Ills arrival at the Downs is the first time he has appeared around the race courses in many years He is not much heavier than vhon he piloted Joe Cotton nearly thirty years ago and is frequently now to bo seen in the saddle exercising the horses he has In training He is probably tho only colored rider of the old days besides 11 Col ¬ ston and W Walker who ever rode in the Derby and is still alive aliveT T C McDowell has engaged stall room at Churchill Downs for eighteen horses and is ex ¬ pected to arrive here within fortyeight houps with ids string including the Konttickv Derby candidate McCorkle McCorkleK K Taplin who will ride D W Scotts Flying Tom in the Derby has had some winning experi ¬ ences in such races He won the California Derby in 1010 on Turret and won the Cocur dAleno Derby last season with Vanir In 10 he was second on The Peer in the Latonia Derby and the great Plate Glass finished behind him Ho has had but one mount in the Kentucky Derby and that also was in 1900 unplacedThe when he finished unplaced The withdrawal of C F Uuschemeyers Hawthorn from the Derby leaves jockey Loftus op n to ac ¬ cept another mount in that event In case Grefer t Render start Floral Park C Peak will not be able lo ride Foundation as that rider was engaged long since to ride Floral 1ark in all her en ¬ gagements If Floral Park starts Peak will ride her and Loftus probably will have the mount on Foundation

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