Latest Louisville Turf Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-05


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LATEST LOUISVILLE TURF GOSSIP LOUISVILLE Ky April 4 Horses moved along in midseason form at Churchill Downs and Douglas Park this morning and conditions for training could not have been improved upon as the two courses were fast and sunimerlike weather prevailed There were not as many out for exercise as usual because of the large number which indulged in trials yesterday yesterdayA A number of the stables at Douglas Park plan to move over to the Downs within the next few days Mose Lowenstein transferred his outfit yes ¬ terday while the James Esterman and F J Kelley establishments will change tomorrow Lloyd Gentry and John Sward also propose moving as soon as arrangements can be perfected perfectedA A letter was received today from trainer Charles Hughes who has a number of twoyearolds of the Xalapa Farm stable at Saratoga in which he stated that he had changed his plans and will take the youngsters direct to Latonia instead of bringing them here and will ship those down from the Milldale track which are to run in stakes at the Downs He will stop over here to take up two horses which have been in the public training stable of Ahern and Boyle all winter winterW W Feuehter whose horses raced all winter at Havana and are now at Douglas Park has taken up Skiles Knob for training The horse spent the winter at a nearby farm farmGeorge George J Long has taken second call on the services of jockey Lee Canficld for the Kentucky season Dan Lehan has the first firstSherley Sherley Cuniff local civil engineer lias joined the ranks of thoroughbred owners by purchasin Gallant Lad Tills horse 1ms been turned out for fourteen months but he gives indications of stand ¬ ing training again againK K J Farris was an arrival from Havana and he took up Buckboard which wintered at Douglas Park under the care of J L Paul PaulT T Doyle shipped his small stable to Wheeling W Va and several other owners here plan to send their horses to the same place In the near future futureFormer Former jockey Ted Koeruer was an arrival from Los Angeles where he spent the winter winterJudge Judge Charles F Price who spent the winter in Florida will return to his home in this city April 14 according to advices received here today

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