Goes to Lexington Soon: Old Rosebud, Kentucky Derby Favorite to Travel Next Week, Daily Racing Form, 1914-04-17


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GOES TO LEXINGTON SOON OLD ROSEBUD. KENTUCKY DERBY FAVORITE. TO TRAVEL NEXT WEEK. Trainer Weir Will Transfer His Entire Establish- ■ nicnt from Louisville and Will Return to Churchill Downs for Final Derby Preparation. 1 Lnnisvill.-. K.v.. April UC II. C. Applegate ft C©., upon Ike advice of trainer r. D. Webr, have decided lu ship the Kentucky Derby favorite, old Bosebod, u l.cvingion early la the coming week. The gro.it geMing vii be taken there in order thai be may en _. . In .i race before be faces the barrier for the run Herb here at Churchill Dowm, on Saturday, Ma. 8. T rubier Veii ban noi as yet decided as to Martins yhl Bosebod in the Bine Grass Stakes, in wuidi he i eugaged at Lexington Bad which i- to be run ua Saturday, May 2. Me rather thinks al present thai be will art ask « » ■« I Roxebnd to go a aiUe and an t i larbtli ;i early an the date of thai Make, Inn thai be will inn him once or twice in shorter race* elm lug the Lexington meeting. Trainer Weir hna deckled in ship nioal of ins siring i.i Lexington lor tin meeting Hun- Mini iiii- i- another reason wky Ohl Kosehud will be taken to that teorac, a- hi-. 1 1 ; . 1 1 ■ • • i- desires io be on band whenever the gelding worked and this lie can only do by keeping Old k-.~i bud with the horses he is racing. I in- sun ot I ml has si. Car nut every re |iilreaienl in Lis Derby ■raining and both his owner.- and trainer do not donbl his ability l i win the Derby this season. The ai Ioohi i iighlrni r pervades the ohl Kosebnd stable, in spite "i the prestige i mck other great candidates .i- Ha. ph. Hodge, Bradleys Choice, Brlnghurst and si i prising, li i- trainer Weirs present calculation tu reran to Uraisville with Old Baeebnd about .May i anil fhre him hi- iiit.il trial lor the Derby over ih t i.iii-riiil; Down* coarse. Trainer Pete Coyne recently had George J. Longs Derb i andidatc. Ralph, imdrr the standard ami iho ■mtl coll una-und -iw.en hands one inch and a itnartet high. He is larger in every way, including betgbl and weight, than Sir lluon. the perforniei with which Mi. Long won the Kentucky Derby of IUn:. ,-... ■;, iiy Lyman II. Davis, of the New Louisville Jockey Club, received a telegram yesterday from 15. I. Carman stating thai be would at once snip ten oi his staid, to Churchill h was and requested thai ial|s be bedded down for thai number of horses l h pesl of the string will go to Lexingtaa to rake pai ; in the lines there. The names and breeding "i the ten promising two v ai olds in the sialde of John V. Schorr at Doogtas Talk arc as follows: Aaai Jaete, i.. f. by Ogden- OUiae. Cddie Delltag, ch. e, m Peter Quince -Tcboupe lollhl-. : Crump, ch. .-. by Peep oDay -Bvaline. Gee. Itoesch, ch. c. by Star Shoot -OHve Pant. lioldcioi Hoy. hi. c. by Ilaiidit I.dlv Prim. Coldcrenl Girl. h. f. by Oaden— Mi s Graavlile. I. imii nth.il. b. g. bj Star Shoot — Lyndail. Mara Caasldy, i lk. g, by i ird«ii — Ivory Bells. PleasnrovUle, br. r, by Ilamlii— Involved. Star Shooter, eh. -. hy Star Shoot — 04ga Nether sole. Mars a-sidy is ■ half brother to Old Rosebud and Ooldcresi :irl is a half sister to Little Nephew. Mr. Schorrs Breeders Pararity candidates are Ed Cramp ami Linden that Bd Cramp, Eddie Delllng, i;.o. Boesch and Ooldcresi Boy are eUgfltk* to the Bashford MaTior Stakes. The same four, together with Mars Cassldy, are entered in the Juvenile Makes. Aunt Josi. and Ooldcresi ;iri are engaged in the Debutante stake-. ■ l of which areata are to , he run at Churchill Dowas this spring. Ed Cramp , ami Linden thai are entered for the Idle Hour rami stake- at Lexington, and what is tfaoaghl to Ik the pick of the colic. lion liavi heen entered for the Spring Trial Stakes at Douglas Park. OoDeetively and iudiviiiuall the Schorr two year-olds about more promise this season taaa lid his yoaagstera last ..car. one of the most promising of the strins for • all around Future prospects is Eddie Delllng. a son of r. ie: cjuince. thai i- ■ ball brother to those u.«»i I performers. Hector and Ifeitoa street. Hodge has the nnhue distinction of having won 1 races over more tracks than any other entry in the . Keiiiinkv l eii, of the forty seven eligiWea to that, area race ;iii- siuit;r. Hi baa also the remarkable . hi nrd ol ha viu;.- won a race on every track he ever ran over. He also has the distinction of having won 1 seventeen races before the hrsl ol May of his three leal i.!d l . til. The CloSCSl a|ipioaell to this le.i.lcl I bj aaj three-year-old thai ever won the Kentucky lierlc was in Doaaas case, honaii had a record of -i i -i wbtalag races before he started and won the . Ki alack Derly of 1910. Jockey . II. Shilling has been nidiusr trainer ■ Khtio Browa by taking the mount on Sain MeMeekln, M. It. Gmbers promisug two-year-old celt, in the ■ education of thai son of McGee in breakutg away i.i.in He barrier. .rubers stable Jockey, Y. Trench, has the mount mi Little Strlag in tbeae . niais. and whenever he Beta tiiar call away from 1 the Icirriet in front of SbUHag on Sam McMeekin. Browa givea bin an extra piece of money. So far ■ Preach has laid up little m tin- way. as Shillini; appears p. |«. alert as ever when the barrier goes i up. Both youngsters promise to go to the post, at I I.i xinuion tor ibelr stake engagements as well I schooled as was CI t tie Nephew, in this same stable, ia-t spring. v.in. el .latins McMaaes1 his strins will he leal [ in Lexington to race ihis spring, tboagh be has several engagements wrtfa his hones in stakes there. Trainer W. E. Phillips ins also decided not to ship , anything to Lexington, though he has his three-year-old filly. Isabella ITalle, engaged In the Ashland 1 Oaks. James Crirhn will -•■ml a horse or two to , Lexington and will start Stiles Knob in the Dreed-■ . iV futurity. B. «. Taylor has a promisins twoye.ir-old filly in t training at Cbarchlll Downs, by Baaaster -Fading • Ught. which in a recent trial had speed eaoogfa lo , k.-ip wltbln striking distance i.r the Derby and Oaks ■ candidate, Bronaewing, in i trial of three farloags. Tajrwc has aamed the fitly Sunburst. i*. .1. Mil.- baa brought Mud sill here from Lexington and that horse is now taking his work with 1 the real of the Mile- string at the Downs, lilies . has quite a hand of selling platen Ihis spring.

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