Cathop at Louisville, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-11


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CATHOP AT LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 10 J. T. Taylor arrived with the horses of Mrs. E. L. Swikard of Chicago, which he raced in Florida, and they are stabled at Churchill Downs. Cathop, the Kentucky Derby candidate of R. M. Eastman, which ran second in the Florida Derby to George D. Wideners filly Evening, is one of the group. Cathop will receive his Derby "prep" over the Downs course. The older horses in the Swikard stable are Duelist, Sunfire and Hamilton. Mr. Eastman has the two-year-olds Dusky Lass, bay filly by Pharamond Nut Brown Maid; Polly Cracker, bay filly by Pharamond Easter Pageant; Bellemond, bay filly by PharaYnond Belle Alliance; a bay colt by Pharamond Heloise, and a colt named Charlie O., full brother to Mike Hall. Taylor received the three-year-old filly Bobs Luck, by Supremus Mazda, and a two-year-old bay colt, Wayward Lad, by Su-premus-rPattie Victoria, from the Headley farm. These were included in the string of Mrs. Swikard. ;

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