Churchill Downs Meeting: Nineteen Days Racing Successful Despite Unfavorable Weather.; Bradley Carries Off Two Coveted Stakes, Kentucky Derby With Brokers Tip, and Oaks With Barn Swallow., Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-23


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I CHURCHILL DOWNS MEETING * Nineteen Days Racing* Successful Despite Unfavorable Weather. » Bradley Carries Off Two Coveted Stakes, Kentucky Derby With Brokers Tip, and Oaks With Barn SwaUow. ♦ LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 22.— Despite a bad spell of weather, which caused undesirable track conditions toward the end of the Churchill Downs meeting, the management was much gratified at the outcome of the nineteen-day session, as it finished on the right side of the ledger. Featuring the sport at the Downs this spring was the unprecedented performance of the E. R. Bradley stable, which won the Derby with Brokers Tip and the Oaks with Barn Swallow, the first time in the history of Churchill Downs that one owner had been able to annex both stakes in one season. The capture of these two stakes put the master of Idle Hour Farm out in the clear as the largest money winning owner of the meeting, regardless of other purses picked up by his stable. Kentuckys governor, Ruby Laffoon, done the honors on Saturday of presenting Kentuckys most famous sportsman with the trophy presented by the management of the Downs with an appropriate speech. While the majority of the racing stables got away from the Downs on Saturday and Sunday, quite a number remained behind to allow some of their racing stock to recover from coughing spells that developed among the thoroughbreds about the middle of the meeting. Among the latter are the stables of R. W. Collins, Tom B. Young, Southland Stable and Wod F. Axton, al« though the Axton horses will be shipped the early part of the week to Chicago and Tom B. Young has plans to send his ten head to Lexington to rest up until the Latonia meeting. Among the stables shipping to Chicago on Sunday night were those of R. C. Thatcher with eight head, A. B. Letellier with five in the same car, Kirby Ramsey with Birthday Gift and Kuvera, H. Massey with three head including Representative, which came out of his race Saturday with a cut on his right hind leg. C. H. Trotter, who shipped the horses of the Jersey Stable to Chicago, took along jockey Charles Edwards. R. W. Collins sent Hunter Lyon and Eddie Lee back to the farm at Lexington to be turned out and received the horse Lee Gold, from the farm. He will take Judge Judy, owned by W. E. Hupp, to Chicago when his horses are able to be shipped. R. L. Stivers, with two horses of his own, R. D. Riddles Sue Terry, G. O. Brown, with two horses and J. P. Keezick with a like number are shipping on Monday to Kansas City. George Collins will send five head of his stable to Bainbridge on Monday and the remainder of his stable is to be sent to the farm at Frankfort. Louis Ewald will send Main Plate and Onaday to Latonia, while the horses of W. H. Whitehouse, numbering eight, H. H. Temples three head, the W. E. Smith stable and the charges of William Reed will be sent to Latonia. Among the racing stables that will lay up at the Downs until just before the opening of the Covington track are F. P. Letellier, George V. Barnes, the Shady Brook Farm Stable of Theo. E. Mueller, part of the Lon Jones and Sons stable, Dan Lehan, A. G. Woodman, Irvin Kort, R. P. Brooks and R. L. Woodard. John P. Jones, who puts in the summer breaking yearlings for many wealthy patrons has disposed of all his horses but one and a stable pony, and will go back to Douglas Park for the rest of the year. Dr. C. C. Cann will go to Kansas City in a few days after administering the horses he has been treating for colds. C. R. Valentine is taking three head and Harry Weiner two head to Lexington to await the opening of Latonia. D. Dubois will cast his lot with the jockeys riding at Kansas City. R. D. Riddle has turned Chum, which was cut down in a race recently at the Downs, out at the farm of Will Adams, near Jef-fersonville, Indiana, and hopes to be able to take him up next year and put him back in training. The Hal Price Headley stable of twelve head, including the Oaks filly, Technique are due to ship Monday for Chicago and F. J. Wehle, with Journeys End and two others are to go to the Windy City on that day.

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