Timely Gossip From Kentucky.: Horses Continue to Arrive at Louisville from Various Points--Kentucky Endurance Nominations Due., Daily Racing Form, 1913-09-02


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TIMELY GOSSIP FROM KENTUCKY Horses Continue to Arrive at Louisville from Various Points Kentucky Endurance Nominations Due Louisville Ky September 1 Little Nephew fresh from his brilliant victories at Saratoga In the Adirondack Handicap and the Sanford Memorial Stakes is expected to arrive here for the local fall racing season early this week The gelding would be on the scene now but for the fact that his trainer Elza Jones having in charge only two horses has been waiting to get accommodations in one of the cars in which another owner will ship On Saturday however M B Grulier owner of Little Nephew wired Jones to wait no longer but to come at once onceManager Manager John Hachineister of Douglas Park has received application for stable room at that track for F D Weirs big band of racers in which is included H C Applegates great juvenile Old Rose liud The Weir string will arrive this week and before many days this pair of Juvenile cracks will be stabled at hurthill Downs and Douglas Park In readiness for the meeting which will open at Douglas Park on Tuesday September 2 and con ¬ tinue for eleven racing days until Saturday OetolKr I to be followed with a tendays meeting at the I towns beginning on Wednesday October S SJohn John McClernandV racers Higher Up Miss Barn HarlKU and Brandoline have sjrrived from Mineral Springs at Porter Iml They are vt Churchill Downs McClernund said that the dilliculty In get ¬ ting cars is delaying horsemen in shipping here from the Indiana course He expects some 100 horses to be sent from Porter PorterIf If Gabric a fouryearold maiden in the stable of James Grillin at Douglas Park proves as good as he promises lie will have a most interesting history 1or the last two years lie has boon In service as a plow horse at the Illinois farm of J S MeCullough ills breeder Gritlin had him in training as a twoyearold but the gelding met with several mishaps at that age and was turned out He Is now of Ixtter than average appearance He is a black In color and no better bred performer is in training here GabrlC is by Nasturtium Obscurity by Kingston while his granddam is the dam of that successful sire and noted racer Peep oDay Gritlin not only thinks that he is sure to win but he has hopes that he will be a topnotch selling plater Gabrtcs work with the plow evidently was beneficial ta hbv legs and feet j Two of the vearlings that traliior George Ham has In charge for William Gerst at Churchill Downs are Tennesseebrvd One a bay colt is out of the great race mare Colloquy and is her lirst foal He Is by Ivan the Terrible sire of Little Father Hodge and other good performers The other is a chestnut colt by Yoric Gowaner by Ormicant The colt out of Colloquy is a bit undersized but seems to have considerable quality qualityDr Dr C Can 11 has been working on Pinhookers teeth and like trainer C W Carroll who has Steimb Hofgersangs geldftig in charge thinks that this sevenyearold performer may IK a factor in the 15000 Kentucky Endurance Stakes four miles to IK run on the opening day of the fall meeting at Churchill Downs on October S Except for mouth trouble Pinhooker is doing well wellC C B Held famous as the trainer of The Picket winner of the American Derby and Brooklyn Handi ¬ cap has applied to Secretary Lyman H Davis for stall room for two horses He will ship here the threeyearold maiden Santander a bay gelding by Santon out of Cappodocia by St George The other member of the Held stable will be a yearling colt by that good race horse Ben Trovato and tla first of that performers get getM M J Whin now manager of more race tracks than any man in America being at the head of the Laurel track in Maryland Churchill Downs here and the Jockey Club Juarez In Mexico will be hero tomorrow to look after the fall meeting at the Downs Manager Hachmeister of Douglas Park and Latonla will also arrive tomorrow and open the track otlice at Douglas Park His assistant Frank Bruen will likewise be here early this week Secretary Maginn will be on hand at Douglas Park by next Saturday SaturdayNaming Naming of the entries for the 15000 Kentucky Lndurance Stakes will close September 15 Kacli of the twenty subscribers lias the right to name three horses only one of which can start A number of the subscrilxTS have already named their en ¬ tries but several of them doubtless will add a horse to the list some so far having named only one and others two horses As soon as these en ¬ tries are in the New Louisville Jockey Club will issue the program l ook for the coming meeting Proof has been read nixm the Douglas Park book and that pamphlet will be ready for distribution early next week weekMose Mose Goldblatt has applied at Douglas Park for stable room for J Livingstons big string of horses which include such performers as Prince Eugene Foundation Iron Mask Princess Callaway Locomotion Iron wood Florin Ballyshe Joe Nolan and Ilyki Among the maiden twoyearolds in the Livington string are three youngsters bred by A B Cella and raised on the farm of C F Crowley at Allentown Mo They are by Miu tour out of the noted race mares Miss Strome Hustle and La Sor ciere Livingston now ranks as a representative in the turf world from Cincinnati as did the late Charles Fleischmann In his day and the theatrical manager II M Ziegler in more recent years His investment in a racing stable so far totals close to 100000 All of the horses he owns have been acquired since he purchased Ballyshe from E It springThere Bradley at Churchill Downs last spring There will be quite a program of running races In connection with the Kentucky State Fair this fall during the week of September 1520 preceding the Douglas Ptrk meeting Each day there will be one running race with the exception of Friday and Saturday when two will be run Some of the purses carry 125 values The feature race is the Gentlemens Cup to be decided on Saturday the final day The rider of the winner will receive a beautiful silver trophy trophyTrainer Trainer C W Carroll who has charge of A B Spreckels big racing establishment at Churchill Downs will let jockey C Klrsriibainn go to Lex ¬ ington for the fall meeting which Iteglns there Sep ¬ tember 11 Kirschbauni has been resting since the summer meeting at Latonla LatonlaM M B Grnbcrs crack yearling by McGec Gun Hod by Mirthful was the only horse breezed In fast time at the local trucks on Sunday He went a quarter In 25 running the first sixteenth in 0t the eighth In 112 and threesixteenths in 1S4 He was under double wraps all through the trial trialA A number of horses worked impressively at Doug ¬ las Park Saturday the most talkedabout irinls being bv Lew Marions Prince Heniils and Weber Wards Solar Star both of which are eligibles to the t500 Douglas Park Inaugural Handicap Prince Hermls went threequarters handily In 117 running the first half in 50f while Solar Star went the same distance in 1174 and a mile in 145 pulled up Both acted as If they could have run much faster The fastest work of the day at Douglas Park was done by Verona a stable companion of Prince Her ¬ mls which threey earold went live furlongs In 102 Boston Belle and Chattermlss maiden twoyearolds worked together a half in 0 running the first three furlongs in 5 f fMany Many horses were breezed at Churchill Downs but most of them were held in by their riders to a limit a twominute clip The fastest work of the morning was by the twoyeargld Colfax owned bv Continued on second page

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