Racing Gossip From Louisville., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-21


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RACING GOSSIP FROM LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLELouisville Louisville Ky May 20 Trainer Al Luzader started the veteran gelding High Private in the sixfurlongs allowance race at Churchill Downs Mon ¬ day because the track was soft and he was anxious to give the son of Oddfellow a race preliminary to his engagement in the 15000 Kentucky Hahdl cap to be decided at Douglas Park on the opening day of the spring meeting at that point Monday May 2i High Private lias been training soundly for the last three weeks and has shown less soreness than ever before iu the spring of the year since he has been a member of J It Wainwrlghts stable Trainer Luzader thinks he will give a good account of himself in the big race as lie has always raced well over the Doiiglas Park track trackRudolfo Rudolfo another Kentucky Handicap candidate was worked half a mile n 51 at the Downs yester ¬ day morhlng Trainer Truvey entered Captain Em moiis good colt in the Churchill Downs Handicap today with the idea of tightening him up for his Kentucky Handicap engagement Many engagementMany of the other performers of note engaged In the big race such as Ten Point the Kentucky Derby winner Donenlil Foundation and Adams Ex ¬ press were breezed yesterday morning Ruckhorn and Froglegs were also on the track and appeared to IIIITC come out of their Clark Handicap race of Saturday iu good condition Four fillies Gowell Christmas Star The Widow Moon and Floral Park are among the probable starters in this race iu spite of the fact that they will all probably go to the post in the Kentucky Oaks at the Downs next Saturday They seem to be fillies that are remarkably hearty and exceptionally good doers for their age ageCatesby Catesby Wood ford also has in mind starting So nada in tho Kentucky Handicap This son of Star Shoot has been going promisingly in his trials and lie may be the dark horse in the race as he will undoubtedly get in with a big pull In weights as compared with the cracks engaged In the race raceThe The Kentucky Handicap from present prospects bids fair to be all tliat Manager John Hachmeister and his associates expected that mile and a quarter race to be when they hung up the princely sum of 10000 in added money moneyWillie Willie Goose a brother of the successful riders Roscoc loose and Carl Ganz has joined the list of jockeys Yesterday Lon Jones secured a threeyear contract on the boy and took out a jockey license for him Goose was first connected with Jones when he began to ride Willie Goose is a lad of fifteen years and can ride as light as 90 pounds Both his brothers regard him as a bright riding prospect Ganz will soon be forced to quit riding as he has difficulty in making 111 pounds and he is not disposed to risk his health by any great attempt at further re ¬ ducing Of course he could go abroad in another year should be so desire but be likes this country andi having saved part of his earnings is independ ¬ ent now W nowW W Dardeu received word from his Tennessee breeding farm that his noted race mare Miss Crawford by Tcimy had just foaled n fine colt by Ivan the Terrible the sire of Little Father Miss Crawford will be remated with Ivan the Terrible this spring Until this season Dartlen has had bad luck in a breeding way with this good mare as three seasons she failed to produce after being mated with prominent sires The colt now ut her side is her first foal Dr C Cairn has gelded for Darden two of his twoyearolds by Ivan the Terrible and all the juvenile members of his stable are now geldings The brother to Little Father was gelded as a year ¬ ling lingII II C Hallonbecks Azyiade and James Mac Manns Prcsuniption came out of the Tobacco Stakes at the Downs badly cut up Azyiade seems ta have got the worst of the mlxup In the race Uresump tiou may be able to race again shortly but it will be some time before trainer Frank Taylor can scud Azyiade to the post postThi Thi explanation for Prince Ilermis having run out so much In his winning race last Saturday according to trainer Lew Marion is because tbe colts month was sore following a job done on his teetli a few days before Marion says under ordinary conditions there is no truer running performer racing than this good threeyearold and that he will so prove as disappearsJockey soon as the soreness in his moiinth disappears Jockey Dave NicOl has reduced so that he can take mounts as light as 111 pounds Nicol has not as yet tied up with any stable for this season He has had several fair offers from stables whose strings are mostly composed o youngsters youngstersBusy Busy came out of his winning race last Saturday decidedly lame and may not bo able to race again for a month or more He showed much lameness on Sunday after Ids nice but nowhere near as much as ho showed yesterday yesterdayBonanza Bonanza T S Harrisons useful gelding came out of his winning race last week extremely lame lameJockey Jockey R Goose with C II Shilling enjoys the distinction of having won both the Kentucky Derby and the Clark Handicap on different horses in the same season Goose has just won the Derby n Doneruil and the Clark Handicap on Buokhorn Last year Shilling rode Worth to victory in the Ken ¬ tucky Derby and Adams Express in the Clark Han ¬ dicap Vincent Powers won these two races but In different years Powers won the Clark Handicap of 190S with Polly Prim and the Derby of 1001 with Wintergrecn W Sinlms also won the two races in the same year with Ren Brush in the Derby and Ren Eder in the Clark Handicap Jockey Kunz won the Derby with Lookout and the Clark witli Boundless Rut when Simms and Kunz rode these races both events were for threeyearolds The same horse has won both races seven times and upon each occasion they were ridden by the same jockey James McLaughlln rode Hindoo Isaac Murphy Buchanan and Riley Tom Kllev Spokane A Clayton Azra S Perkins Halma and J Roland Lieutenant Gibson

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